Hi yall, I've been trying to OC this kit of 8gb (2x4gb) 1600mhz RAM. They're Gskill Ripjaws... and here's the link for yall: http://www.newegg.ca/Product/Produc...cm_re=8gb_ripjaws_1600-_-20-231-314-_-Product I've just managed 2 different OCs on 'em... One brings me to 1800mhz @ 9 9 9 24 timings The other brings me to 1928mhz (I think I can reach 2000mhz) with 9 11 9 27 timings... Now, the stock settings for this kit is 9 9 9 24 1600mhz. I've read a tech forum article that says you can get up to 2000mhz without increasing Dram voltage (which I have a hard time to believe) or get CAS7 (7 7 7 21) with the default 1600mhz speed still at the default voltage (1.5v) Here's the article link: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/GSkill/F3-12800CL9D-8GBBRL_Ripjaws/ Now, in my experience... You can't really rely 100% on someone else's tests... because they don't necessarely use the same Mobo or same CPU... In my case here are my specs (some of em): -Mobo= Sabertooth 55i -i7 875k OCed to 4Ghz -Cpu is water cooled with a cheap kit (70$) a coolit ECO I'd like you guys to give me pointers on how to achieve the best RAM oc I can get. Tell me what voltages you'd play with (up to now, I've only messed with the CPU volt, the IMC volt (which is the vtt I think) and the DRAM voltage of course) Also, I'd like to know which would be better between 1600mhz CAS7 or 2000mhz CAS9...??? My RIG's purpose is for Gaming and I want best quality possible. I just ordered my self another Radeon 6950 to crossfire. And I'm trying to get the little extra FPS I can get from good RAM OC and CPU OC. Here are some other questions I was asking myself: -Is it better to have a lower Base clock to OC RAM? or higher Base clock? or it doesn't matter? -Do SpeedStep... and full phase power options affect RAM at all?