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Kingston Hyper X 1800mhz... on the label of the ddr3 it says 1.7vto1.9? i thought 1.5-1.6 haha. I am needing a good thread on overclocking ram and what some good timings are from 9-9-9-24-88 2T here are some screenshots Please help with OC RAM as I am ignorant on this subject?
    
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That's not a very good thing for LGA1366 (the 1.7-1.9V rating); LGA1366 has a 1.65V memory limit
Your best bet would be to see how far you can go on around 1.65V... maybe 1.7 with a VTT increase to compensate
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Wow, yeah those voltages are pretty high..... Basically for the timings, work on getting 1T, because you definatly want 1T. After you get that work on lowering your specific timings 1 by 1. Run a test for stability after every number you lower.... remember, the numbers wont always be equal. For example, look at my sig rig.

Edit: you may have to lower your speeds of your ram... you wont notice much of a difference at all from 1800mhz to 1600mhz.....
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im not running at 1.7 or 1.9 guys just FYI but it says that on the barcode label ON the stick.. but anyways so.. it says 2T how do i change that to 1 T and leave it 9-9-9-24-88 and is overclocking the ddr3 ram with a 4.2 ghz overclock going to be much difference? im getting 59 G flops and running my vcore at 1.24
    
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im not running at 1.7 or 1.9 guys just FYI but it says that on the barcode label ON the stick.. but anyways so.. it says 2T how do i change that to 1 T and leave it 9-9-9-24-88 and is overclocking the ddr3 ram with a 4.2 ghz overclock going to be much difference? im getting 59 G flops and running my vcore at 1.24

You should be able to do that in the bios. I haven't overclocked on an Intel for awhile. But 1T should be obtainable at stock volks/clocks. Might be able to squeeze some tighter timings. I'm top Intel does best under higher frequencies rather then timings. Focus on that.
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im not running at 1.7 or 1.9 guys just FYI but it says that on the barcode label ON the stick.. but anyways so.. it says 2T how do i change that to 1 T and leave it 9-9-9-24-88 and is overclocking the ddr3 ram with a 4.2 ghz overclock going to be much difference? im getting 59 G flops and running my vcore at 1.24

You should be able to change it in your BIOS from 2T to 1T, if you cant you might have to try and lower your ram speeds. If you lower your speeds, that also gives you a chance to lower your timings as well. Ide rather have 1600mhz at 1T than 1800mhz at 2T because the 1T difference makes a difference. If you really dont want to overclock your ram then just raise the voltage a little bit, like a very little bit and see what you can get out of it...
    
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i see but what would it say in the bios here is exactly my bios all in attacthment i have no idea what im doing when it comes to RAM
    
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i see but what would it say in the bios here is exactly my bios all in attacthment i have no idea what im doing when it comes to RAM

Its going to be in the RAM timings area, I think.... i think its going to be the one about cas to cas delay or something... the value was set at auto but on the left it was 0. Im not really sure though, so I cant really help you with that... you could try and lower your dram frequency to lower your speed and your 1T/2T will probably automatically set it from 2T to 1T.
    
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When voltages display in red,that means they are at an extreme level.
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Its going to be in the RAM timings area, I think.... i think its going to be the one about cas to cas delay or something... the value was set at auto but on the left it was 0. Im not really sure though, so I cant really help you with that... you could try and lower your dram frequency to lower your speed and your 1T/2T will probably automatically set it from 2T to 1T.

CAS to CAS BACK TO BACK delay??!?! being the "2N" that is 0 and is currently in auto?! ^^^ BIOS screen shots are in 1st comment back to back CAS delay should be off auto and on 1?
    
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