For anything beyond the broad "guidelines" of memory overclocking, we'll need to know the "Revision" number of your sticks, whichwwilliidentify the IC's in use.
Looking at the timings, I'm fairly certain they'reSamsung, but I have been wrong before (once, in 1997...not my fondest memory...
If so, I have found...
- Voltage is your friend, I would, and have, run as much as 1.75v daily on Samsung IC's
- To reach peak frequency, generally the timings "formula" for these is tRP = tRCD = tCAS + 2 (ie "9-11-11")
- I highly recommend not exceeding the point at which you must sacrifice command rate, from 1 to 2T, in order to clock higher; I generally consider that point minus one mHz to be the optimal speed for 99pct of usage scenarios
- Depending on the exact IC used, you may find that you can run timings like "9-10-12" better