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I have yet to see an OCZ RAM owners club here, well here it is
Post your what OCZ RAM you got and it's overclocked speeds/timings. If you have a problem with your OCZ RAM post so here and we will try to help you
Allow me to start us off..

Type: 2x2GB kit PC-6400 Vista Performance Platinum
Volts: 2.1v with 2.2v EVP
Timings: 5-5-5-15, 5-4-4-15 is stock
Speed: 973Mhz
 

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hmm i had the same exact ram as yours, but its in my HTPC now.
Type: 2x2GB PC2-6400 Vista Upgrade Platium
Volts: 2.1v with 2.2v EVP
Timings, 5-5-5-15, 5-4-4-15 stock
Speed: 1030mhz

No overclocking in my HTPC. I bought em for $80 after rebate in January so even now, their still decent for its price.
 

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I also got them for $80, they were on sale at the time. Really great RAM for that price, 4GB of it too
 

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Let us know how they are
 

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i got OCZ Titanium 800Mhz
stock timings are 4-4-4-15 and they`re now running @ 1000Mhz with 5-5-5-18 timings with 2.3V
i love these RAM`s
i`m thinking about getting 2Gb more...but i don`t know if i can just buy some more ram without getting in trouble

can i just buy 2 more sticks of these ram`s and use the same speeds or should i just get completely new sticks?
 

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I got some OCZ ram in a 2x2GB kit. Think it was called SLI ready or something. If I saw some OCZ Titanium I would have got that, Titanium is like my Kryptonite. I love me that stuff.

The ones I have might be these:
http://www.ocztechnology.com/product...module_4gb_kit
 

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I was a bit dubious about OCZ ram initially after using Corsair ram for years and years, however once I had a couple of corsair sticks fail (not OC'ed) I thought I'd have a change. My PC8000 reapers have been no trouble at all and OC pretty good too. Currently the ram is at 1066MHz @ 1.94v.

 

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I use 2x OCZ Titanium Alpha VX2 PC8000 4-4-4-15 with 2x Crucial Ballistix PC8500.

Before I purchased the Crucial I was able to run 1150+ at 5-5-5-18 with the Titanium but I prefer 1:1 ratio. I don't notice the difference between 1:1 and full ram OC.

What I do notice however is the voltage needed for operation. When using only 2x Titanium I was able to run 950Mhz 4-3-4-12-1T 1.85v of course now with 4 sticks I don't run 1T hehe.

Still don't have to push the voltage too high with 4 sticks at 850Mhz 4-4-4-12 1.95v

I would trade my Ballistix PC8500 for more Titanium Alpha VX2 PC8000 any day of the week, of course they don't make those anymore and they are quite a bit more expensive...
 

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OCZ Titanium (EPP) DDR2-800 2x1GB Dual Channel
Overclocked to 1000mhz
2.187v
5-5-5-15 2t
Northbridge needs to be set at 1.393v to ensure stability

***EDIT***
HA! They updated the OCZ site for my memory and the EVP now goes up to 2.3 instead of 2.2! Looks like it's time to gun for 1100 or even 1200mhz!

Who says Elipda chips blow?

***EDIT AGAIN***
Well, I can get them to 1066 but it puts a strange divider into the mix. I can't get to 1100mhz no matter what I try to I'm content to sit at 1000mhz from an 800mhz kit.

***EDIT ONE MORE TIME***
2x2GB SLI sticks running at the same as my Titanium, 960mhz at 5-5-5-15.
 

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I have the OCZ Reaper 8500 2x2 gig kit @ 1066MHz stock

Overclocked I have it up to 1142MHz and I have read plenty of reviews saying that it can go faster.

Any recommendations on a good voltage for this memory?
 

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2.2v no problem for those, I think their stock is 2.1v.
 

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Originally Posted by droby1987
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Any recommendations on a good voltage for this memory?

Check the site and keep it within your EVP limit and there's your answer.
 
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