freakysqeeky Quickshot to see if i could do it, first time with ram at rated specs (above rated specs) with cpu oc this far. Now its time to play!
Destroyer77 OMG that guide is an absolute GODSEND! Thank you so much for posting it. I think that guide will single handedly solve my stability problem!
linuxrouter freakysqeeky Quickshot to see if i could do it, first time with ram at rated specs (above rated specs) with cpu oc this far. Now its time to play! Nice work. It looks like you were able to get a decent OC out of your GT kit.
freakysqeeky I did thank you but now i'm not sure what to do. Since the memory has gone up so has my vtt and that turns into more heat. So i had to bring down my cpu oc to 4.2. So do i use 4.3Ghz Cpu with memory @ 1640Mhz or do i use 4.2 cpu with memory @ 2000Mhz. I never thought i would be wondering about that
linuxrouter freakysqeeky I did thank you but now i'm not sure what to do. Since the memory has gone up so has my vtt and that turns into more heat. So i had to bring down my cpu oc to 4.2. So do i use 4.3Ghz Cpu with memory @ 1640Mhz or do i use 4.2 cpu with memory @ 2000Mhz. I never thought i would be wondering about that The higher Uncore frequency of 4000 MHz will drive up the temps some and will probably drive up your VReg temps as well. You can try and benchmark both configurations, but I think the 4.3 GHz configuration will probably give you the best performance. If you have Vantage, try running both configurations and see what the scores come out to.
YerBuddy Thanks for bringing this over Linux!
freakysqeeky I just ran vantage and i got a driver not responding with the 2000mhz ram. This usually occurs when my oc is to high on my video card, and i left that where i normally would run vantage at with no problems. My guess is the 2000mhz ram is having an effect on the video card some how? I'll lower my OC on the video card alittle and see if i can make it all the way threw. Its stable with prime so its not unstable.
extremely classified Nice post!
Foellarbear thanks for bringing this over to the new forums!
vlad01 awesome. I lowered my QPI voltage to 1.258 (measured)and raised vcore to 1.25 in bios (1.93v measured) and had every thing else already as the guide states and now look at it awesome 1866MHz still yet to do the timing. lol at my temps, well it is 37oC in my room
pjay714 Thanks a lot for sharing this. I am learning a lot and I really want to learn how to overclock. Anyway, I have a 1600 Mhz 6GB (3x2) RAM, I just don't know the rated timings are. Is it what is shown in the default setting of the bios which is 8-8-8-24(not sure of the last number)? or is there a program that I can run to determine that? E-Leet is showing me different values. Thanks.
pjay714 Thanks for the fast response. I can't see it on the label on the memory sticks and unfortunately the package is not with me anymore. I am using a Super Talent memory and the sticks only show W1600UX6GV DDR3 - 1600 CL9 Value. Right after the bar code it says RoHS and I don't know if that make sense. Is there a way that I could find the rated timings for my memory? Thanks.
sirnagrom This is what I have been looking for...now if I can find someone that can decipher it into English.
rochi12 Great for the noobs like me thanks!
Snakeyes Awesome help. Thanks