Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by d1nky, Aug 16, 2013.
1.65-1.75V assuming the RAM can do it, but you're right. Im expecting much from Corsair RAM...
i think 1866 might work on those timings if he is lucky.
i would try 9-11-10 28 for 1600 and if that failed 10-11-10 30 and then start upping the vdimm if it still wasnt playing ball.
after that i would give up and swear at them.
Those sticks might do 1600mhz at those timings.
Wait... His RAMs stock is 1333?
1333MHz 1.5v 9-9-9-24 & 1600MHz 1.65v 9-9-9-24
idk which one it is but the imc will have a voltage setting which might also help
try my first timing on 1866 once you can get them working at 1600mhz stock timings/volts.
It's the CPU_NB you'll want to adjust.
Run 2600 CPUNB at 1.4V CPUNB volts to remove any possibilities that the CPUNB is limiting you RAM.
Doing some Haswell testing here on cold juice to night, only got like 4-5 litres that I got form a friend.
Only problem is that I suck big time on 2D benchmarks, my efficiency is really low compared to others.
This is what <i've been doing so far.
SP1M @5,6 GHz
SP1M @5,8 GHz
SP1M @6,1 GHz
SP1M @6,2 GHz, looks like that's max OC on this CPU for now as I'm all out of LN2
Need som help on how to use Wazza
CPU NB Is already at 2600MHz @1.325
Along with the ram at 1.8-1.9v just don't let the cpu volts go to low you will fry the imc.
I would not run the RAM at those volts.
I was able to get
1600MHz 10-11-10-30 stock volts
Anything else and it won't boot
Depends on the ram.
Oh man thats some really shitty RAM seriously. My RAM does 9-10-10-24 at 2133.
Spoke to soon won't boot into windows at those either. Tried uping to 1.65v and still nothing
Oh wow... Do yourself a favor and buy new RAM.
Yea this RAM sucks
I suggest G.Skill or Samsung. G.Skill is easier to get a hold of, and get 1866-2400 binned RAM sticks so you have some flexibility. Not all 8350s can run 2400 RAM though, dinkys can. Mine cant. But in return mine clocks a lot higher with reasonable voltage
Thanks for the tip
Was able to get my A10-6800k up to 5.02GHz
Cant see the pic.
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