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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 08-13-2019, 11:46 AM - Thread Starter
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I went out and purchased Patriot Viper DDR4 DRAM 3000MHz RAM to replace my old 2133MHz RAM. The first thing I did was OC it to about 3200, but didn't try to go even higher on it. I was always under the impression that OCing it much higher much not even yield noticeable results outside of just benchmarks. Has anyone had any luck with going higher with this RAM? Is it really worth it to even try? The RAM I am talking about is this: https://www.amazon.com/Patriot-Viper.../dp/B07CX9ZV3C

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knowing 0 information about your rig other than your RAM makes it kind of impossible to answer, but if you don't take your secondaries/tertiaries off auto and set them manually/correctly and all you're doing is bringing up frequency you're probably going to get little to no realworld benefit.

your subs on auto are set super loose to increase compatibility (and XMP only sets primaries) and they are just going to get increasingly looser the higher you bring the frequency. take every sub timing off auto and set things correctly/manually or don't bother.

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Well, shoot. I thought my build was beneath me! It must have been deleted. It's an i5 9600k, RTX 2070 GPU, Gigabyte z390 M motherboard, 910 watt psu, and of course the ram mentioned before. I did just shoot up the frequency and kept the timings on auto thinking that would change it for me. But maybe I need to look a little further into it.

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