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Ram Tweakers Version DDR3

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  1. sneekypeet

    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    With much respect to theonetruwill and paulieg who helped keep the older DDR and DDR2 RAM Tweakers thread I feel we are in need of a DDR3 compilation of speeds and voltages needed to run said speeds.

    Reasoning:
    I see a lot of users who want to overclock the memory, and I feel a quick view of what we all can do, with voltages, it should make it easier for those looking to achieve similar results. I require only the basics in the image, CPU-z CPU and memory tabs, along with any other info you can muster in windows that might help the next guy;) Other than that I would ask that you post the voltage required for the memory and the Vtt.

    Rules:
    No pissing and moaning. If you feel something is wrong PM me, don't go on a rant here please. Results can be achieved in bios or with windows tools. This thread isn't about stability, its about how far or how tight we can get the memory! Feel free to add multiple shots if you want to try speeds for each CAS level or just want an improved ranking;)

    Submissions:
    I'm going to keep a simple list for now until there is enough people to warrant proper charts. For now, along with the screen, I would love to see them submitted like this...
    User Name | OC speed | memory kit w/OC timings | memory voltage | Vtt | CPU Or...
    sneekypeet | 2400MHz | 4 GB Crucial PC3-17000 8-11-8-27 | 1.74V | 1.48Vtt | i7 860

    Screenshots:
    Would love to see screens with as much of the information as possible;)

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    My 24/7 settings as an example;)

    Now lets get some big numbers going here and see what you can do with DDR3:rockout:
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    Overall Speed
    Hayder_Master | 2496Mhz | 4GB Kingmax PC3 17600 10-11-10-30 | 1.80 | 1.300v| i7 860
    sneekypeet | 2460MHz | 4 GB Trident PC3-16000 9-11-9-27 | 1.80V | 1.48Vtt | i7 860
    cadaveca | 2408Mhz | 4GB Mushkin Redline PC3 12800 8-11-8-27 | 1.725 | 1.351v| i7 870
    sneekypeet | 2400MHz | 4 GB Mushkin Redline PC3-17000 7-11-7-27 | 1.78V | 1.48Vtt | i7 860
    sneekypeet | 2400MHz | 4 GB Crucial PC3-17000 8-11-8-27 | 1.74V | 1.48Vtt | i7 860
    Hayder_Master | 2400Mhz | 4GB Kingmax PC3 17600 10-11-10-30 | 1.76 | 1.25v| i7 860
    MetalRacer | 2204MHz | 6 GB Super Talent PC3-12800 8-8-8-21 | 1.65V | 1.30Vtt | i7 980x
    MetalRacer | 2200MHz | 6 GB Super Talent PC3-12800 8-8-8-21 | 1.65V | 1.30Vtt | i7 980x
    cadaveca | 2156Mhz | 4GB Mushkin Redline PC3 12800 7-10-7-30 | 1.65v | 1.44v| i7 870
    jsfitz54 | 2080mhz | 6GB GSkill Trident F3-16000CL9T 9-9-9-24 2N | 1.31v | 1.4Vtt | i7 950
    MetalRacer | 2010MHz | 6 GB Super Talent PC3-12800 7-7-7-18 | 1.65V | 1.30Vtt | i7 980x
    cadaveca | 2006Mhz | 4GB Mushkin Redline PC3 12800 6-9-6-27 | 1.65 | 1.351v| i7 870
    AthlonX2 | 2000MHz | 6 GB Gskill PC3-16000 6-9-6-24 | 1.7V | 1.42Vtt | Xeon W3520
    Cold Storm | 2000MHz | 4 GB Gskill PC3 17600 6-9-8-21 | 1.65v | 1.45Vtt | I5 750
    SonDa5 | 2000MHz | 6 GB G.Skill Pi Black PC3-12800 7-9-8-21 | 1.825V | 1.44Vtt | i7 930
    SonDa5 | 2000MHz | 6 GB G.Skill Pi Black PC3-12800 7-9-8-24 | 1.72V | 1.42Vtt | i7 930
    Lisburnni | 2000MHz| 6GB Corsair Dominators , PC3 10700 | 8-9-8-25 |1.65v | X.XXVtt | i7 950
    AthlonX2 | 2000MHz | 8 GB Gskill Ripjaws 2000Mhz 8-11-8-24 | 1.68V | 1.27CPU/NB | Phenom II 1090T
    Cold Storm | 2000mhz | 8gb Gskill Ripjaw X 9-10-9-28 | 1.65v | 1.4vtt | i7 870
    BeepBeep2 | 1950MHz | 4 GB SuperTalent Speed Series PC3-17600 7-8-7-20 | 1.73V | 1.54 NB | PII 965
    paulieg | 1930 | 6 GB Geil Ultra 2133 | 8-8-8-24 | 1.65V | 1.41Vtt | i7 920
    Lisburnni | 1910MHz | 6 GB Corsair Dominators PC3-10700 9-9-9-27 | 1.65V | 1.355 Vtt | i7 950
    overclocking101 | 1886MHz | Muskin REDline #996805 | 7-8-7-28-1T | 1.68V |1.35V VTT | i5-655k
    paulieg |1866 | 8 GB (2x4GB) Mushkin Redlines | 8-9-8-24 | 1.625V | 1.087VCCIO | i7 2600K
    BeepBeep2 | 1844MHz | 4 GB SuperTalent Project X PC3-16000 6-6-6-18 | 1.74V | 1.10 NB | PII 965
    cdawall | 1840MHz | 4 GB Crucial PC8500 value (D9JNL) 6-6-6-18 1T | 2.4V | n/a | 955@4.37
    cdawall | 1840MHz | 4 GB Crucial PC8500 value (D9JNL) 7-7-7-21 1T | 2.4V | n/a | 955@3.6
    paulieg |1820 | 6 GB Geil Ultra 2133 | 8-8-8-24 | 1.65V | 1.35Vtt | i7 920
    garyinhere | 1804MHz | 6 GB Gskill PC3-16000 6-8-6-24 | 1.65V | 1.329VTT | Xeon W3520
    cdawall | 1800MHz | 2x1 GB Wintec AMPX PC10666 (HCH9) 6-6-6-18 1T | 1.9V | n/a | 955@3.6
    cdawall | 1800MHz | 2x1 GB Nanya PC8500 OEM 10-10-10-30 1T | 1.7V | n/a | 955@3.6
    cdawall | 1704MHz | 4 GB Crucial PC8500 value (D9JNL) 6-6-6-18 1T | 2.14V | n/a | 955@3.62
    cdawall | 1704MHz | 4x1 GB Samsung PC8500 OEM (HCF8) 8-8-8-24 1T | 2.2V | n/a | 955@3.6
    MetalRacer | 1674MHz | 6 GB Super Talent PC3-12800 6-6-6-18 | 1.65V | 1.30Vtt | i7 980x
    cdawall | 1640mhz | G.Skill Tridents 2000 CL6-7-6-22 | 1.66v | 1.19v | Core i3 560ES
    Arctucas | 1604MHz | 6 GB Mushkin PC3-10700 7-9-7-24 | 1.67V | 1.50Vtt | i7 950
    SonDa5 l 1600mhz l G.Skill Black Pi PC3-12800 5-7-6-24 | 1.63V | 1.42Vtt | i7 930
    cbupdd | 1600MHz | 6 GB OCZ GOLD PC3-16000 5-7-6-18 | 1.62V | 1.27Vtt | i7 920
    Wrigleyvillain | 1600MHz | 4 GB Super Talent PC3-17000 6-6-6-18 | 1.63V | 1.325Vtt | i5 760
    mastrdrver | 1600MHz | 6 GB G.Skill Pi (blue) 1600 | 7-7-7-20 | 1.60V | 1.275Vtt | i7 920
    MoonPig | 1600MHz | 4 GB G-Skill ECO PC3-10700 7-8-7-24 | 1.35V | TBC | i5 760
    3dsage | 1600MHz | 4 GB Gskill Ripjaw X 7-8-7-24 1T | 1.5V | 0.856 VTT | i5 2500K
    Cold Storm | 1600mhz | 8gb Gskill Ripjaw X 7-8-7-24 | 1.6v | 1.4vtt | i7 870
    Erixx | 1600 Mhz | 6GB Kingston HyperX | 8-8-8-20 | 1,65 v | i5 750
    cbupdd | 1000MHz | 6 GB OCZ GOLD PC3-16000 4-7-6-16 | 1.7V | 1.3Vtt | i7 920

    CAS4 Results
    cbupdd | 1000MHz | 6 GB OCZ GOLD PC3-16000 4-7-6-16 | 1.7V | 1.3Vtt | i7 920

    CAS5 Results
    cbupdd | 1600MHz | 6 GB OCZ GOLD PC3-16000 5-7-6-18 | 1.62V | 1.27Vtt | i7 920
    SonDa5 l 1600mhz l G.Skill Black Pi PC3-12800 5-7-6-24 | 1.63V | 1.42Vtt | i7 930

    CAS6 Results
    cadaveca | 2006Mhz | 4GB Mushkin Redline PC3 12800 6-9-6-27 | 1.65 | 1.351v| i7 870
    AthlonX2 | 2000MHz | 6 GB Gskill PC3-16000 6-9-6-24 | 1.7V | 1.42Vtt | Xeon W3520
    Cold Storm | 2000mhz | 4 GB Gskill PC3 17600 6-9-8-21 | 1.65v | 1.45Vtt | I5 750
    BeepBeep2 | 1844MHz | 4 GB SuperTalent Project X PC3-16000 6-6-6-18 | 1.74V | 1.10 NB | PII 965
    cdawall | 1840MHz | 4 GB Crucial PC8500 value (D9JNL) 6-6-6-18 1T | 2.4V | n/a | 955@4.37
    garyinhere | 1804MHz | 6 GB Gskill PC3-16000 6-8-6-24 | 1.65V | 1.329VTT | Xeon W3520
    cdawall | 1800MHz | 2x1 GB Wintec AMPX PC10666 (HCH9) 6-6-6-18 1T | 1.9V | n/a | 955@3.6
    cdawall | 1704MHz | 4 GB Crucial PC8500 value (D9JNL) 6-6-6-18 1T | 2.14V | n/a | 955@3.62
    MetalRacer | 1674MHz | 6 GB Super Talent PC3-12800 6-6-6-18 | 1.65V | 1.30Vtt | i7 980x
    cdawall | 1640mhz | G.Skill Tridents 2000 CL6-7-6-22 | 1.66v | 1.19v | Core i3 560ES
    Wrigleyvillain | 1600MHz | 4 GB Super Talent PC3-17000 6-6-6-18 | 1.63V | 1.325Vtt | i5 760

    CAS7 Results
    sneekypeet | 2400MHz | 4 GB Mushkin Redline PC3-17000 7-11-7-27 | 1.78V | 1.48Vtt | i7 860
    cadaveca | 2156Mhz | 4GB Mushkin Redline PC3 12800 7-10-7-30 | 1.65v | 1.44v| i7 870
    MetalRacer | 2010MHz | 6 GB Super Talent PC3-12800 7-7-7-18 | 1.65V | 1.30Vtt | i7 980x
    SonDa5 | 2000MHz | 6 GB G.Skill Pi Black PC3-12800 7-9-8-21 | 1.825V | 1.44Vtt | i7 930
    SonDa5 | 2000MHz | 6 GB G.Skill Pi Black PC3-12800 7-9-8-24 | 1.72V | 1.42Vtt | i7 930
    BeepBeep2 | 1950MHz | 4 GB SuperTalent Speed Series PC3-17600 7-8-7-20 | 1.73V | 1.54 NB | PII 965
    overclocking101 | 1886MHz | Muskin REDline #996805 | 7-8-7-28-1T | 1.68V |1.35V VTT | i5-655k
    cdawall | 1840MHz | 4 GB Crucial PC8500 value (D9JNL) 7-7-7-21 1T | 2.4V | n/a | 955@3.6
    BeepBeep2 | 1822MHz | 2 GB Crucial Ballistix PC3-8500 7-6-5-15 | 2.41V | 1.45 NB | PII 965
    Arctucas | 1604MHz | 6 GB Mushkin PC3-10700 7-9-7-24 | 1.67V | 1.50Vtt | i7 950
    mastrdrver | 1600MHz | 6 GB G.Skill Pi (blue) 1600 | 7-7-7-20 | 1.60V | 1.275Vtt | i7 920
    MoonPig | 1600MHz | 4 GB G-Skill ECO PC3-10700 7-8-7-24 | 1.35V | TBC | i5 760
    3dsage | 1600MHz | 4 GB Gskill Ripjaw X 7-8-7-24 1T | 1.5V | 0.856 VTT | i5 2500K
    Cold Storm | 1600mhz | 8gb Gskill Ripjaw X 7-8-7-24 | 1.6v | 1.4vtt | i7 870

    CAS8 Results
    cadaveca | 2408Mhz | 4GB Mushkin Redline PC3 12800 8-11-8-27 | 1.725 | 1.351v| i7 870
    sneekypeet | 2400MHz | 4 GB Crucial PC3-17000 8-11-8-27 | 1.74V | 1.48Vtt | i7 860
    MetalRacer | 2204MHz | 6 GB Super Talent PC3-12800 8-8-8-21 | 1.65V | 1.30Vtt | i7 980x
    MetalRacer | 2200MHz | 6 GB Super Talent PC3-12800 8-8-8-21 | 1.65V | 1.30Vtt | i7 980x
    Lisburnni | 2000mhz | 6GB Corsair Dominators , PC3 10700 | 8-9-8-25 |1.65v | X.XXVtt | i7 950
    AthlonX2 | 2000MHz | 8 GB Gskill Ripjaws 2000Mhz 8-11-8-24 | 1.68V | 1.27CPU/NB | Phenom II 1090T
    paulieg | 1930 | 6 GB Geil Ultra 2133 | 8-8-8-24 | 1.65V | 1.41Vtt | i7 920
    paulieg |1866 | 8 GB (2x4GB) Mushkin Redlines | 8-9-8-24 | 1.625V | 1.087VCCIO | i7 2600K
    paulieg | 1820MHz | 6 GB Geil Ultra 2133 | 8-8-8-24 | 1.65V | 1.35Vtt | i7 920
    cdawall | 1704MHz | 4x1 GB Samsung PC8500 OEM (HCF8) 8-8-8-24 1T | 2.2V | n/a | 955@3.6
    Erixx | 1600 Mhz | 6GB Kingston HyperX CL8 1600 | 8-8-8-20 | 1,65 v | i5 750

    CAS9 Results
    sneekypeet | 2460MHz | 4 GB Trident PC3-16000 9-11-9-27 | 1.80V | 1.48Vtt | i7 860
    jsfitz54 | 2080mhz | 6GB GSkill Trident F3-16000CL9T 9-9-9-24 2N | 1.31v | 1.4Vtt | i7 950
    Cold Storm | 2000mhz | 8gb Gskill Ripjaw X 9-10-9-28 | 1.65v | 1.4vtt | i7 870
    Lisburnni | 1910MHz | 6 GB Corsair Dominators PC3-10700 9-9-9-27 | 1.65V | 1.355 Vtt | i7 950

    CAS10 Results
    Hayder_Master | 2496Mhz | 4GB Kingmax PC3 17600 10-11-10-30 | 1.80 | 1.300v| i7 860
    Hayder_Master | 2400Mhz | kingmax 2200 pc3 17600 10-11-10-30 | 1.76 | 1.25v| i7 860
    cdawall | 1800MHz | 2x1 GB Nanya PC8500 OEM 10-10-10-30 1T | 1.7V | n/a | 955@3.6
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    MoonPig | 1600MHz | 4 GB G-Skill ECO PC3-10700 7-8-7-24 | 1.35V | TBC | i5 760
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    wow what I.C.'s do the new crucials run?? did micron release a new chip?? the 1600mhz balltistix with temp monitoring were not good overclockers at all, in fact most of their 1.65v ddr3 is crap, glad to see their newer stuff perofrming better
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    I believe they are power chips, but I haven't removed the spreaders to verify, they just react and OC like power chip ICs.
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    is DDR3 overclocking overrated? There has to be a few of you pushing for over 2K ram speeds;)
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    EDIT: adding CPU-Tweaker screenshot:

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    I had these running at 2100MHZ 9-10-9-27-86 1.69V until, after having some bluescreens, I talked to Shannon at eVGA who told me to back them down to 1600MHz because 4000MHz+ uncore was not good for my system.
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    I assume they are on 1.65V now for 1604MHz? Also, what Vtt please? ;)
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    1.67V in BIOS.

    +300 mV Vtt.

    I got tired of trying to fine tune this board and simply got it working and left it there, so the voltages are probably higher than necessary.
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    I've got SuperTalent Project X DDR3-2000 CL7 sticks in my sig stable at 1844 CAS 6-6-6-18 1.74v...

    Here was my running list at XtremeSystems.org, I guess I oughta get that updated as I forgot and neglected it.

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    Once I get my 1100T I'll update with CAS 7 or possibly a higher CAS 6. This CPU's IMC won't take anything above the frequency above, nomatter what timings.

    If you wanna see the max suicide I could get from the sticks it shows that in my avatar at XtremeSystems. Maxed at 1880 6-6-6 @ 1.75v
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    Wrigleyvillain | 1600MHz | 4 GB Super Talent PC3-17000 6-6-6-18 | 1.63V | i5 760 4Ghz

    Similar sticks to Beeps though slightly lower binned probably, Hyper MGH-E afaik. Will do 2000 7-7-7-20. Have yet to really spend the time to see how high they will go CAS 6. Once I get a CPU that doesn't top out at 10x RAM multi I will run 2200+ 8-8-8-24 as they should do that at 1.65v.
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    @sneekypeet

    After seeing the updated list, I understand what you were asking about my Vtt; it is actually 1.5V (1.2 +300mV). I hope that helps.
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    will edit it out, thought stock was 1.1V ;)
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    Hayder_Master | 2400Mhz | kingmax 2200 pc3 17600 10-11-10-30 | 1.76 | 1.25v| i7 860

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    @ sneekypeet-
    CPUNB volt was 1.4v I believe. Overdrive told a lie.

    Here's a set of 2x1GB Crucial Ballistix DDR3-1600 CAS 8 @ 1822 7-6-5-15 90ns TRFC...couldnt get them to do 6-6-5-15 at that speed though.
    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1427603
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    Here's my 2x2GB SuperTalent Speed Series DDR3-2200 CAS 8-8-8-24 (PC3-17600) kit that's in the for sale section...this is before I bought the Project X and it's the highest speed I'm able to hit at all with the 965 which is also in the FS section:
    [​IMG]

    CPUNB was around 1.54 for this one. Had to jack it up really high to squeeze out the last few mhz.
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    Let me get some food in meh belleh and I will get the two new listings up and correct the NB of the original;)
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    paulieg |1820 | 6 GB Geil Ultra 2133 | 8-8-8-24 | 1.65V | 1.35Vtt | i7 920

    This kit was designed for LGA 1156, so it's hard to get it to run at rated speeds in triple channel. It does seem to respond well to tight timings. I think I remember getting it to CAS 7 at 1800, but it's been 6 months since I've really done any tweaking with it. Gonna play with it over the next couple of days. I'm not sure how high I want to run VTT. I like these sticks too much to kill them.

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    Updated :)

    @ BeepBeep2, can you fill me in on the voltages I have question marks in place of?
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    Just a thought. Maybe we should split entries into dual and triple channel configurations. There is simply no way for triple channel to match the raw speed of dual.
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    Wasn't really an e-peen thing;) I can break it up no problem. But if we are going for the gusto, someone give me a reason to break out my 2560MHz screen shot:eek::roll:
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    LOL. I hear you on that. I just like to be able to compare apples to apples and oranges to oranges. I'm just anal like that. :laugh:

    Gonna have to push VTT on these sticks. I'm thinking that is what is holding them back on 1366.
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