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    Default Trying to OC 24GB Kit from 1600Mhz to 2000Mhz (i7-920 c0, Asus P6T Deluxe OC Palm)

    Hey everyone, new to the forum. I've been reading on here for quite a while and finally got my old i7-920 c0 stable at 4.13Ghz at 1.4vcore, 1.96, 1.35qpi on an Asus P6T Deluxe OC Palm with idle temps in the mid 30's C and max temps around high 60's C.

    I had a 12Gb ram Kit and upgraded to 24GB. At First, I got the 24GB Kingston Kit but its voltage was 1.65 out of the box. So I returned it and got the 24GB Corsair Vengeance Kit which runs at 1.5v, so I though I would have more voltage headroom to OC to 2000Mhz, but haven't been able to figure out a stable setting.

    At stock 2.66ghz, I can get it to run at 1866.

    My Biox settings are 21x197, so the ram runs just shy of 1600mhz at 1.66 and am on an XMP profile. Tried manual and tried messing with timings but not really sure what to do for 24GB! I suppose I could upgrade the computer at this point, but really want to wait for Skylake-E.

    And I'm using it for video editing/after effects (not much gaming), so the more ram the better.

    Thanks for your help,
    Tony

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    Default Re: Trying to OC 24GB Kit from 1600Mhz to 2000Mhz (i7-920 c0, Asus P6T Deluxe OC Palm

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    Default Re: Trying to OC 24GB Kit from 1600Mhz to 2000Mhz (i7-920 c0, Asus P6T Deluxe OC Palm

    Quote Originally Posted by anthonysmithfilm View Post
    Hey everyone, new to the forum. I've been reading on here for quite a while and finally got my old i7-920 c0 stable at 4.13Ghz at 1.4vcore, 1.96, 1.35qpi on an Asus P6T Deluxe OC Palm with idle temps in the mid 30's C and max temps around high 60's C.

    I had a 12Gb ram Kit and upgraded to 24GB. At First, I got the 24GB Kingston Kit but its voltage was 1.65 out of the box. So I returned it and got the 24GB Corsair Vengeance Kit which runs at 1.5v, so I though I would have more voltage headroom to OC to 2000Mhz, but haven't been able to figure out a stable setting.

    At stock 2.66ghz, I can get it to run at 1866.

    My Biox settings are 21x197, so the ram runs just shy of 1600mhz at 1.66 and am on an XMP profile. Tried manual and tried messing with timings but not really sure what to do for 24GB! I suppose I could upgrade the computer at this point, but really want to wait for Skylake-E.

    And I'm using it for video editing/after effects (not much gaming), so the more ram the better.

    Thanks for your help,
    Tony
    I am sure one of our oc pro's will be happy to help you out with this. You will love hanging with us.

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    Default Re: Trying to OC 24GB Kit from 1600Mhz to 2000Mhz (i7-920 c0, Asus P6T Deluxe OC Palm

    to PUREOC Tony!

    For some strange reason the old x58 chipset motherboards doesn't like when the all ram slots are populated with ram sticks, you'll need to leave the last one (6th slot empty), to achieve an RAM OC. I suppose you'd managed your CPU OC to 4.13 by rising the BCLK, with that you also can OC your RAM, just try change the RAM multiplier (10-12-14...), to higher then you have now, then loose your RAM timings (EG. from 9-9-9-24 to 10-9-10-27), rise your DRAM Voltage and test your memory using memtest +86, if passed you're golden, if not you'll need to play more with timings and voltages, just do not go over 1.65 v for the ram.
    Those two guides can help you with your OC:
    Memory (RAM) Overclocking Guide - DDR3
    RAM Overclocking Guide / Tutorial
    also this i7 920 OC guide (includes RAM OC):
    Intel Core i7 920 Overclocking Introduction Guide on X58 - i4memory.com - different look at memory (also open this link in this guide for more details).
    Hope I was able to help you.
    PS. Just for your knowledge you will not gain a lot of improvements with RAM OC from 1600 --> 1866 (between 3-5 FPS in games), and over 1866MHz the improvements in games is almost null, the real difference you'll be able to see only in some benchmarks (Super PI or similar), and in real daily work you'll not be able to see any improvements from your original 1600MHz.
    Last edited by Smiki007; 21-08-2014 at 12:22.

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    Default Re: Trying to OC 24GB Kit from 1600Mhz to 2000Mhz (i7-920 c0, Asus P6T Deluxe OC Palm

    Thanks, I'll read the tutorials and give it a try!

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