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Just wondering, I have my 2, 8 GB Trident sticks running fine at 10 10 12 28, 1.65 volts with 1.00000 VCCSA.They are in slot 2 and 4 in my asus sabertooth z77 mb. I hope I put them in the right slots.Anyway,my cpu is a I5 3570K oc to 4.5 with 1.216 volts.What I am trying to do is to get the memory to run cas 9 instead of 10.Does anyone know what I should fiddle with to see if I can run cas 9.Eg, volts, vccsa,ect.
 

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1.75 volts is too much for 24-7 use, is it not.
 

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Yeah 1.75V is more than I'd run through my kit daily. But, that's about all you can do for overclocking. Otherwise, it's just a matter of working the speed/timing combinations to see what gives you the best numbers. If you can't get CL9 at your current speed, then back off on the RAM speed (maybe try 2200 MHz, for example) and try again. Good luck with it!
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