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I`ll start in the subworld of REAL OC`ing on wednesday when i get my new M4A89GTD PRO/USB3.0 Asus



I`v just bought 2 brad new Corsairs sticks, and my old Markvision have different timings as you can see here: (Both are CAS9)




Will i have trouble?

And when pushing FB, with Ddr3 1333 whats a safe number?
Edited by Carlos Hilgert Ferrari - 3/15/11 at 5:33am
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You will be hit between 235- 265. Remember to set the memory speed to the lowest settings possible.
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1. 1055T + generic RAM (= hold back; 1600Mhz is a must with a 1055T if you plan to reach 4Ghz due to memory multi options at 286-300Mhz bus clock)
2. 1055T + 870-G45 (extremely dangerous due to the VRM design... begin undervolting, not overclocking!)

Sorry, but no can do for the overclock for these primary two reasons. You will need both a new motherboard and new RAM to be able to support a good OC.
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1. 1055T + generic RAM (= hold back; 1600Mhz is a must with a 1055T if you plan to reach 4Ghz due to memory multi options at 286-300Mhz bus clock)
2. 1055T + 870-G45 (extremely dangerous due to the VRM design... begin undervolting, not overclocking!)

Sorry, but no can do for the overclock for these primary two reasons. You will need both a new motherboard and new RAM to be able to support a good OC.
I bought a M4A89GTD it arrives today or tomorrow.. (i say this on topic)

I expect at least 3.8ghz
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Ah, that's good. Mixing generic RAM is no problem, but the fact that it's generic will hold you back.
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dont undervolt, less voltage = more amperage draw = fire.
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dont undervolt, less voltage = more amperage draw = fire.
Interesting theory actually, but isn't upping the voltage something that actually sends more power and heat through and vice versa?

I would consider this very fire-prone at stock... lower would probably be better as it is
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