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4x 8GB @ 2400 MHz

That's some good stuff, not sure the IMC wll push 32 gb to 2400mhz though, that's a tall order.

2x8 should be a lead pipe cinch though. Do you need all that ram for what you do with your rig?

I had the best luck running docp and slightly loosening the timings from their spd settings for 2400mhz running 4x4gb.

My set really didn't gain anything by going beyond 1.65 volts to the ram , and I usually ran 1.4 volts to the cpu/nb with a slght boost from llc.
2x4gb I ran a little over 2600 mhz as a daily clock for about a year before swapping cpu's and starting over on an overclock for it.


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That's some good stuff, not sure the IMC wll push 32 gb to 2400mhz though, that's a tall order.

2x8 should be a lead pipe cinch though. Do you need all that ram for what you do with your rig?

I had the best luck running docp and slightly loosening the timings from their spd settings for 2400mhz running 4x4gb.

My set really didn't gain anything by going beyond 1.65 volts to the ram , and I usually ran 1.4 volts to the cpu/nb with a slght boost from llc.
2x4gb I ran a little over 2600 mhz as a daily clock for about a year before swapping cpu's and starting over on an overclock for it.
Would much rather have 32GB @ 1866MHz than 16GB @ 2400MHz, so we're not too worried if it doesn't work out. My O/H is really into Cities Skylines and easily uses up the 32GB.

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Would much rather have 32GB @ 1866MHz than 16GB @ 2400MHz, so we're not too worried if it doesn't work out. My O/H is really into Cities Skylines and easily uses up the 32GB.
Ah I see, it's all about what you need for what you do. I used that machine for a long time before I needed more than 8 gb for what I was doing, but that was a different era when i first owned it.

You've got a great platform for having fun - good luck wringing it out. Hope you post updates on your successes


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