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So my ram model, OCZ3G1600LV6GK, has wrong defaults in the bios, online documentation on all of the defaults it should have is lacking, and it can't get stable to matter it seems.

I cannot believe a well known company like OCZ would ever ship ram with wrong defaults and not bother to document it, and googling it does find me the CAS, but that's not enough to get it stable, and it seems everyone with this kit can't get it's recommended speed stable.

My last attempt of fixing this before I just buy new ram: I just found it it's command value should be 2T and not 1T, and TRFC should be 88 not 60. If this still doesn't fix it, I'm buying new ram, can anyone suggest a ram kit that will work out of the box like a product is supposed to? Specs in sig.
 

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for my i7 930 Corsair Dominator seems to work the best, im running the Dominator GT 2000mhz CL8 3 channel kit and it works great, does 2000mhz CL7 stable at 1.7v.

however it is a pretty pricey kit at $350, maybe some of their cheaper kits like the 1600mhz CL9 kits or something. other than that i use G.Skill with everything else.
 

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That kit would be good, thats a great price. Also Intel Burn test isnt a good way to test memory. I think your issue might have to do with your voltages. If you would could you try upping your cpu vcore 2 steps and put CPU VTT up 50mv and try testing then
 

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That kit would be good, thats a great price. Also Intel Burn test isnt a good way to test memory. I think your issue might have to do with your voltages. If you would could you try upping your cpu vcore 2 steps and put CPU VTT up 50mv and try testing then
Wel memtest had failed too.
 
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