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Looks OK for DDR3.
 

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looks fine... what speed they running at ?
 

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1066 I do believe
yea thats fine... anything in the 1600mhz range usually runs at around 9-9-9-24 stock and with overvolting them you can snag 8-8-8-24 sometimes...

for 1066 ddr those timings are fine... tbh if you even could tighten them up a bit you wouldnt notice any difference. You might see a few % increase in latency on a benchmark...
 

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Which Crucials are you using? If they are 7-7-7-20 recommended timings then that's great @1333 but you can get them lower if your only using 1066. Try 7-6-6-20, if that works try, 6-6-6-20, then 6-5-5-20, then 5-5-5-20, then 5-5-5-18, then 5-5-5-15. Also at 1066 (and these tighter timings) you can decrease your volts too.
Good luck.
 

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1333mhz at 7-7-7-21-28-1T..

can i get more lower timing than this..?? and what suitable voltage for this timing..??
 

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What kind of Kingstons do you have?
The lowest CAS I see is 7-7-7 for HyperX Kingstons so that's the best you'll get @1333 if you have HyperX. You'll have to under clock to 1066 to get tighter timings then that. You won't need a voltage increase @1066 with tighter timings.
 

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i just use value ram from kingston.. but on additional heat spreader..

i also use that timing for now. and it pass 5 hour on prime 95 blend test..
 

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That's great for the value sticks. I see they're 9-9-9 @1333 so if your running them @1333 7-7-7-21 that's a lot lower then they're designed for. So good luck and keep them there, don't even try to go any lower.
 

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yea thats fine... anything in the 1600mhz range usually runs at around 9-9-9-24 stock and with overvolting them you can snag 8-8-8-24 sometimes...

You can have preety overclock running your ram with 1600 or higher speed and a little bit tighter timings


Here -->
http://www.overclock.net/amd-motherb...ml#post8667453

 

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That's great for the value sticks. I see they're 9-9-9 @1333 so if your running them @1333 7-7-7-21 that's a lot lower then they're designed for. So good luck and keep them there, don't even try to go any lower.

i'm planning to add more ram on my system... i'm now looking for OCZ platinum edition.. 2x2GB at 1333mhz on 7-7-7-20.. it was stock timing.. can i get it lowered..??

http://www.ocztechnology.com/product...e_dual_channel

and

http://www.ocztechnology.com/product...atinum_edition
 

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No stay with the same Kingstons you have and get 2X1GB more or go with 2X2 for 6GB total. Your system seems to like them with timings like that. And they're cheaper. The platinums are bad OCers. Stay away from OCZ.

Unless you want to sell your Kingstons and get 4X2GB of different RAM.
If so I'd go with one of these.

1600MHz

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...2526967&name=6

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820226103

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820148334

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145264

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231259

1333MHz

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820148340

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820148327
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is it your mean that platinum series are not suitable for oc..?? isn't it..??

Yes. Stay away from them.
 

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how about if i plus my kingston value ram with that OCZ ram..?? and let the OCZ ram on stock timing..?? is it will be ok..??
 

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I don't think those OCZ will run at 1333mhz on 7-7-7-20. Why do you want to buy those? Cheap or used? I just looked and the price is about the same for the OCZ and Kingston. $105 for 2X2GB.
That would work if the OCZ will run at 1333mhz 7-7-7-20 but you know the cheap Kingstons will so...
 

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they are cheap and i think they are one of performance memory.. and they was included with heat spreader.. so i don't have to think about buying heat spreader anymore.. and their timing was at 7-7-7-20 on stock..

which one should i take..??
 

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they are cheap and i think they are one of performance memory.. and they was included with heat spreader.. so i don't have to think about buying heat spreader anymore.. and their timing was at 7-7-7-20 on stock..

which one should i take..??
 

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they are cheap and i think they are one of performance memory.. and they was included with heat spreader.. so i don't have to think about buying heat spreader anymore.. and their timing was at 7-7-7-20 on stock..

which one should i take..??

anyone have idea..??
 
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