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post #1201 of 1230 (permalink) Old 01-14-2015, 09:22 PM
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How can i find out if they will work for my mobo or cpu? I plan to do very light overclocking
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There are QVL qualified vendors lists on mobo and cpu websites. You can also send RipJaws or whomever an e-mail with your specs, mobo model will need to be mentioned probably.

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go to the gskill site and find the ram you are interested in. gskill lists all motherboards they are compatible with

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go to the gskill site and find the ram you are interested in. gskill lists all motherboards they are compatible with

Gskill, wow I said Ripjaws, my bad. Yeah gskill as far as I know, make really nice dimms, usually cheap, perform well, and are compatible with a lot of boards.

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So, I was gonna start a thread asking for the best 16gb (DDR3) set for under $150 with good timings (or capable of getting good timings)..etc. But posting the question here since so many people are in this club.

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^^^The problem is that the kits are not the same. Hence they have different specs, thus enabling the motherboard not to function/set properly.

One suggestion is to sell your older kit, and then buy the same kit you will be currently using for your rig. That way you shouldn't encounter any problems.

The other alternative is run at the minimum speed and timing settings both can use in common. My roommate has 3 x 2 GB Muskhin + 3 x 2 GB OCZ, both DDR3-1600. They're running at 8-8-8-24, circa 1650 MHz or so, and all is fine.
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G.Skill Ripjaws X 2x 8Gb, stock settings were 1600Mhz 9-9-9-24 2T 1.5v

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Whoa, DDR3-2133? Nice work getting up that high! smile.gif

I had to up it to 1.6v to get the timings down, I'm still fiddling with it smile.gif but thank you.

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The other alternative is run at the minimum speed and timing settings both can use in common. My roommate has 3 x 2 GB Muskhin + 3 x 2 GB OCZ, both DDR3-1600. They're running at 8-8-8-24, circa 1650 MHz or so, and all is fine.

That could work, but wouldn't that hinder performance though?? Curious, were both kits the same timings? I find it a bit of surprise.

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