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post #1131 of 1653 (permalink) Old 08-22-2012, 09:57 PM
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nothing dude... no boot at all...

ah bummer, still you got a very nice score there

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The best timings Ive found on the ripjaws z, I have is 9/10/9 27 35 you could try that smile.gif also run maxxmem 3 times staright off without shutting it the second run is usually best
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Ok well I found 1.99 maybe it will work better. MaxxMEM2 1.99.zip 1129k .zip file
I also have 1.95 if you want that.

Managed to get it to work after, I had to go into my BIOS and set the voltages to manual instead of offset, it's no problem though lol, got my old score back though biggrin.gif
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nothing dude... no boot at all...

Try Write Recovery time to 14, different settings might help, try 1.7 on the RAM also, and 1.35V with CPU-NB

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Hoping to get better. New vertex 4 ssd seemed to improve results and consistency of results.

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The best timings Ive found on the ripjaws z, I have is 9/10/9 27 35 you could try that smile.gif also run maxxmem 3 times staright off without shutting it the second run is usually best
I have the same mem and the best i've found, 2000mhz or under, is the 8-10-9-26-39-1t. My mobo shows that as an option in bios as well as 9-11-10-28-39-1t

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I have the same mem and the best i've found, 2000mhz or under, is the 8-10-9-26-39-1t. My mobo shows that as an option in bios as well as 9-11-10-28-39-1t

i suppose that we have the same kit... the blue ripjaws x rams... 2133 cas9... i've managed 2000mhz with 8-8-8-24... but right now, im sticking with 2190mhz with 9-11-10-24 1T... good readings... try them out...
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i suppose that we have the same kit... the blue ripjaws x rams... 2133 cas9... i've managed 2000mhz with 8-8-8-24... but right now, im sticking with 2190mhz with 9-11-10-24 1T... good readings... try them out...
Thanks, I'll give them a try. I've also tried 8-8-8-24, but it's not stable at 2000mhz on my 1100T. Those timings seem consistent with 1866 or 1600mhz rams.

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Thanks, I'll give them a try. I've also tried 8-8-8-24, but it's not stable at 2000mhz on my 1100T. Those timings seem consistent with 1866 or 1600mhz rams.

thubans get REALLY unstable with +1866 ram... specially with corsair... i had a pair of vengeance 1866 cas9 and boy they were a NIGHTMARE... default ram timings were 9-10-9-27 2T... i had to adjust them to 9-11-9-27 2T @1866mhz for complete stability
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thubans get REALLY unstable with +1866 ram... specially with corsair... i had a pair of vengeance 1866 cas9 and boy they were a NIGHTMARE... default ram timings were 9-10-9-27 2T... i had to adjust them to 9-11-9-27 2T @1866mhz for complete stability

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