Originally Posted by Cmoney
I am going to use this as a guide to see if I can get some better timings out of my RAM (I have the same sticks), I haven't tried taking them above 1600 yet. +REP
Originally Posted by dixson01974
You need NB frquency of 3000 to fully use the speed of the memory. If you are run anything lower than 3000 than you are bottleneck the memory.
The ratio is x3 the base speed of the memory.
Ram speed(base speed) = NB speed
1333(667) = 2000
1600(800) = 2400
1800(900) = 2700
2000(1000) = 3000
i use 1,6vOriginally Posted by Cmoney;13136090
I didn't see in the SS what voltage you are using on for those speeds/timings? I am going to be playing around with mine and I am just curious.
No it's not. Your cpu/nb at 3000 is perfectly fine. You do realize it's on the cpu and not the motherboard?Originally Posted by reisya;13136040
i know that theory
but too risky for my motherboard use 3000Mhz on NB Freq for daily >,<
now i just run at 800Mhz for daily