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    Lightbulb Help with Corsair Vengeance ram timings:

    Greetings Everyone!

    Been awhile, but I missed this site the other day as you guys are great and have helped my processor achieve what I was wanting it too!

    Anyhow, I have the 12gb kit of the Corsair Vengenace ram and I did some playing around with timings based on the numbers I saw above the ram's profile... I saw a signifigant difference in boot time and performance, literally 15-20% faster it seems just based on my guess work... my chip is at 4.2ghz and 1603 I think on ram... It's a Intel Corei7 960 on a P6T v2.

    Can anyone give me the numbers in order I should try or set it to exactly?
    I don't mind overclocking/dipping into different territory. So long as I am stable, which I can fully test no problem.
    I really wanna fine tune this ram to get maximum performance. I have solid cooling. The ram barely gets warm and I am in a air conditioned room consistantly at 67-70 degrees so I don't think it's gonna overheat.

    Anyhow here are the pics from my bios and CPU-Z for an idea of what we are working with today:


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    Default Re: Help with Corsair Vengeance ram timings:

    according to CPUZ your are at 1600mhz?

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    Default Re: Help with Corsair Vengeance ram timings:

    Quote Originally Posted by smduff View Post
    according to CPUZ your are at 1600mhz?
    I just checked the bios... it shows 1603mhz.

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    Default Re: Help with Corsair Vengeance ram timings:

    Noway does tighter timings give 15=20% faster boot times

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    Default Re: Help with Corsair Vengeance ram timings:

    I was being a bit negative. Sorry for that post. I removed it. My apologies. Sorry for the abrasiveness.
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    Default Re: Help with Corsair Vengeance ram timings:

    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Noway does tighter timings give 15=20% faster boot times
    Any ideas on what I should mess with a little? I almost got this puppy maxed out in almost every possible way. If I could hit 4.3-4.4 ghz stable that would rock but I think I tried that months ago and just wasn't able too. Always some sort of problem involved...

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    Default Re: Help with Corsair Vengeance ram timings:

    Quote Originally Posted by Ghzsystems View Post
    Any ideas on what I should mess with a little? I almost got this puppy maxed out in almost every possible way. If I could hit 4.3-4.4 ghz stable that would rock but I think I tried that months ago and just wasn't able too. Always some sort of problem involved...
    Hi,

    With the H70, 4.2 is a very good clock and if going any further with acceptible voltages (And) temps to
    go any further is going to take better cooling.
    Remember: Benched and stable!

    I got it to 4.2 when first started out with a modded H50 setup but reached the wall as to temps before
    going full water.
    You can see my 1600-3x2, and just run it there as felt comfortable where my Blck took it
    Not for the performance factor.
    CPU 1.45v & QPI 1.38v are my max voltages with under 72c (Prime Blend) 6 hrs. Get Bored
    for my highest acceptable clocks as to temps.
    Also chip degradation possible over time could come into play.
    I usually just run 4.3 unless heavy apps or gaming.
    Nice having saved profiles in the Bios, You should also have it.

    Your also running 12g of ram and QPI v going to be higher as to clock.
    As to ram speed not going to tell any difference between 1600-2000mhz unless into benching.
    More Bling.
    Useless imo.

    Later
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    Default Re: Help with Corsair Vengeance ram timings:

    1600MHz. speed RAM working at the proper speed is good. As others have mentioned, OC'ing the RAM doesn't do a lot of ~real-world~ good unless you're using benchmarks constantly.
    As long as it performs properly at it's rated speeds while your PC's CPU is overclocked like it is, then "Don't Fix It".

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    Default Re: Help with Corsair Vengeance ram timings:

    I have the same problem, my Corsair Vengence is showing 1333mhz and my GSkill is showing 1600mhz in AIDA64. Very litttle difference in what I do with my computer.

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