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is this normal for 600mhz??? look at this pics... i'm using gigabyte 890gx
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I don't understand the question. You are running the ram at 1333 speed at specified timings. They should also run at 1600 speed.
 

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yeah. actually i'm a noob at ram timing.
 

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let me try it.. be back quick gonna reboot
 

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i cant find a Dram freq
 

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Actually DRAM voltage should be at 1.5v. RAM speed at 1600Mhz, timings at 9-9-9-24-40-2T.
 

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allright brb again lol gonna go to bio now
 

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CPU-Z doesn't always give the proper voltage for the ram. I believe that it always says 1.5 for DDR3. Use the specifications given by the manufacturer.

M.I.T. Page 39 of the manual tells you how to set the memory clock.
 

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here is the pic. i cant find 40 as you say..
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ohhh allright
 

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I have the same mobo and ram. 9-9-9-24-33-1T @ 1.5V is the best setting for me as mentioned in G-skill forum.

I tried to lower the timings: 7-7-7-20-27 and 8-8-8-22-30 but didn't benefit at all. Maybe I'm doing something wrong. But I would keep an eye on this thread to find the best timing as well.

Oh by the way... use the white ram slots, dude. It's more stable.
 

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@jpyumul, are you saying that you got those timings at 1600 speed? I would say to go with what it says on the SPD page first just to see if the ram is stable at 1600 speed and then go for the tightened timings.
 

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Originally Posted by coonmanx View Post
@jpyumul, are you saying that you got those timings at 1600 speed? I would say to go with what it says on the SPD page first just to see if the ram is stable at 1600 speed and then go for the tightened timings.
not with 1600 of course. I have to step down to 1333. I almost got 7-7-7-20 stable but it fails me after 5 hours of Prime.
 

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i dont see 25 just 24...i'm using blue slot. in future i will get more same ram for 8gb.
 

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and i'm using the laptop to to get all help from you guys to get it right on my pc lol
 
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