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Windows 7: Memory Voltage in Overclocking


26 Aug 2011   #11

Windows 7 x64
 
 

It's rated specs are 1600, my mojo the asus m4a79xtd evo knocked it back to 1333 its a known issue with the board so I put it back to 1600 but I'm still at 2T and unable to change... thanks for all the responses BTW

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27 Aug 2011   #12

Windows 7 x64
 
 

****HERE'S THE ANSWER****

ok guys i figured it out in case anyone was wondering; it IS because of the motherboards dual channel. i am running 4 2gb sticks.. on the boards 4 ports 2 are blue 2 are grey and they are separate channels so all 4 sticks cant run at 1T but they can at 2T.. i found this out because my friend has the same board and RAM and processor, but he can get 1T, but he's using 2 4gb sticks in the same channel.
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28 Aug 2011   #13

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit sp1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Renzokucant View Post
****HERE'S THE ANSWER****

ok guys i figured it out in case anyone was wondering; it IS because of the motherboards dual channel. i am running 4 2gb sticks.. on the boards 4 ports 2 are blue 2 are grey and they are separate channels so all 4 sticks cant run at 1T but they can at 2T.. i found this out because my friend has the same board and RAM and processor, but he can get 1T, but he's using 2 4gb sticks in the same channel.

If you read my earlier post I said that
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02 Sep 2011   #14

Windows 7 ultimate 32bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Renzokucant View Post
Hello everyone, im trying to overclock my gear and i need a little help... Right now im working on the memory, im just trying to get a little bit extra without damaging anything...

my timings right now are 9 9 9 24 and its 2T... im trying to get it set to 1T for now but when i change it in the bios and try to start up it says overclocking failed and i have to put it back to 2T to get it to start up... i think this may be because my voltage is set at 1.50.... in the bios it says the min is 1.50v and max 2.50v... i would like to know what i should set it as to get it down to 1T....

Ripjaw Gskill 8GB ram DDR3 @1600
EVO 790x AMD motherboard
AMD PhenomII Quad Core 955 Black Edition 3.2Ghz
HD Radeon 6870 Vapor-X
850w PSU

im also going to up the Processor today, but first im going to go buy a new heat sink to make sure i dont damage anything, going to get a Zalmans, anyone have any recommendations for some overclock settings for the CPU as well? its at 3.2 now, im only lookin to moderately boost things...

any recommendations for Overclocking settings?
For CPU , If you have succesfully installed your aftermarket heatsink, watch the temps differences first.After that you can go up to 4GHz with stock CPU voltages ( 1.38 v)without changing bus speed.
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