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to 2000 MHz. I was wondering if I could change my memory to start using some of it as a ram disk. To contact the administrator click here Forum Jump User Control Panel Private Messages Subscriptions Who's Online Search Forums Forums Home Corsair Enthusiasts Section Forum Rules and General Discussion Ask ! http://voipforisp.com/how-to/bought-a-new-computer-what-are-my-first-steps-in-setting-it-up.php
Related Resources solved Memory overclocking XMP solved XMP Memory Option in ASUS Z97-A Overclocking solved memory not over-clocked even after activating XMP profile solved When Activating an XMP Profile, Does the Had a cube server case and moved everything over to my new Cooler Master HAF-932. Thuban CPUs will typically run DDR3 RAM to 1800 MHz. Usually XMP gives better frequency as well as timing. http://www.sevenforums.com/performance-maintenance/252615-bought-new-memory-says-xmp-1334-a.html
How To Get Ram To Run At 1866
It will solve this problem? So how do you narrow them down?The QVL: Generally, any RAM with the right voltages, timings, and capacity that fits in your motherboard will work--in that it will function as RAM jaquithApr 8, 2012, 5:54 AM It's tougher with mix-matching different IC's. Just by chance I checked my system RAM on CPU-Z.
Ask a question and give support. So I figured it out. In one of my notebooks I run BOINC from a SDHC drive. How To Check Ram Speed So if I understand correctly I'm best off just leaving all settings as they are now.
So I was wondering what memory I should go to and if it was worth the effort. I do that on a few systems for that reason. Or would setting all the timings correctly suffice? http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-1711028/1600mhz-ram-running-1333mhz.html I though a ratio of close to 1:1 is usually desired.
Here's the report from Everest: Code: Motherboard Name Asus P7P55D Front Side Bus Properties: Bus Type Intel QPI Real Clock 132 MHz Effective Clock 132 MHz QPI Clock 2393 MHz Memory Cpu Z I have in my system motherboard=asus 6pt x58 ich 10r cpu=i7 920 bloomfield 1366lga memory= ddr3 1024 m bytes pc3-10700h (667 mhz) g.skill f3-10666cl7-1gbpk xmp-1334=667mhz7-7-7-19-31-2t-1.600v jedec #3=666mhz 9-9-9-24-33-1.50v jedec #2=592mhz 8-8-8-22-30-1.50v can be selected by your BIOS when you boot, if the BIOS has this feature. change it in the BIOS.Click to expand...
1866 Ram Running At 1600
The current JEDEC standard is DDR3-1333 CL9 and DDR3-1600 CL11, so this is the maximum value any motherboard can automatically default to without enabling the performance profile. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2025370/ram-running-1334mhz-1600mhz.html Aug 14, 2010 #6 Lightwave TS Rookie Topic Starter red1776 said: ↑ your MB may nativley support 1066 memory and defaulted to that speed, it will run at 1600 as OC'ed. How To Get Ram To Run At 1866 TheL1GHTSiDEFeb 15, 2013, 2:17 AM Recently i was in my BIOS after updating it and noticed that my G.Skill Sniper ram was running at 1600, not 1866 as advertised. How To Enable Xmp Why isn't it running at 1866?Secondly, should i keep it at 1600 or change it to 1866?(My motherboard is using the latest non-beta BIOS)Processor FX-6100 supports 1866 RamMotherboard GA-990FXA-UD5 AM3+ supports
change it in the BIOS. http://voipforisp.com/how-to/memory-ram-need-to-replace.php Get the answer Azn CrackerFeb 15, 2013, 2:33 AM TheL1GHTSiDE said: No, i'm not mixing different ram sticks, i have two 4gb sticks running in dual channel for a total of Then the power flickered, the UPS went into "I don't know what to do" mode and cut power to all the output plugs, and after I found it, I turned the At the very least you should check your motherboard's recommended voltages, timings, and capacity, even if you get RAM that's not on the QVL.Manufacturer: RAM is increasingly commoditized, and there are How To Change Ram Speed In Bios
solved 1600MHz RAM running @ 1333MHz Can't find your answer ? Maybe you have to overclock it to 1.65V? CPUs are designed to use standard RAM such as DDR3-1600, so any higher DRAM frequency will be limited by the CPU. this content In the instance of multiple kits, plural i.e.
For any further questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us directly. Sure enough XMP was off in my BIOS so I turned it on and booted and CPU-Z says it's at 7-7-7-21-2T @667. It goes all the way through it then says it failed and couldn't update the score.
Da what? "setting it to CL7 at 1.65V might not be such a great idea" Q - What exact kit or kits do you have now?I garnered 2 sets of 'some'
Should I send em back and find more compatible sticks? I decided on some Gskill F3-10666-CL7D-8GBXH 2x4GB cuz they were like $102 but $21 off with the coupon code And they're in proper dual channel setup but then I looked at But nope :P At least they're running at the proper 667 (1333) speed. I want my PC for gaming, so; should buy a new pair of DIMMs, or just buy another one like that I have?
Other Info LG BluRay Burner/ Sound system KLipsch-THX/ Asus Router RTN-12 StarTech 5 1/4 ssd/hard drive sata hot swap bay. I don't think it is possible to get 1:1 with this chip. Probably, I'll hang with my mobo one more year (I spend more money that I could imagine with all this stuff); actually, it should be enough for me.Sorry for waste your have a peek at these guys The original packaging and website don't mention the proper values for those other timings.
Anyhow, I'll sort it out. It won't make the service/daemon any faster, but it will save the HDD. Get the answer jaquithApr 8, 2012, 5:12 AM XMP doesn't do what you described, and about the deepest I'm aware is PLL Voltage. Are you saving the BIOS settings before exiting ?
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As far as I know, it's for more aggressive memory settings. for DDR3 RAM. thanks new to the XMP this is the memory i got 6gb worth BL25664TG1337 - 2GB, Ballistix Tracer 240-pin DIMM (with LEDs) , DDR3 PC3-10600 from Crucial.com My System Specs Computer Not quite true...
I have never own out a flash device other than some old EEPROMs. Sorry, I could not make it clear earlier. I have had no failures, but have too often noticed performance issues...