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    Default Need help with memory Timing overclocking

    Hello,
    I have my current E7200 on ASUS P5Q Pro motherboard system overclocked from 2.54ghz to 3.51ghz with Crucial 4gb (2x2gb) PC2 6400 memory at 4-4-4-12 @ 2.0V setting. I am running Vista 64 bit.

    Then, I got and installed another 4gb (2x2gb) of OCZ Reaper HPC Edition PC2 6400 memory with 5-5-5-18 @ 1.8v rating. System wouldn't boot as it indicate overclocking failed.

    What do I need to adjust the memory timing in the BIOS to achieve the same 3.51 ghz clock speed so I can have 8 gb of memory? Thanks

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    I'm not convinced this is even possible

    To start with you have 2 sets which run at different voltages.

    If you look around you will find that sets of 4sticks of ram cost more than 2 lots of 2 and so the matching process must be quite intensive.

    If you were to have 2 identical sets of 2 from the same manufacturer (all running at the same volts and timing you might be lucky....but then again you may have to relax the timings to get even these to work together.
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    What is the overclocked speed of your RAM? It is very possible that you have put too much stress onto your northbridge chipset. Have you tried bumping your NB voltage? Have you tried to see if it works at stock?

    If you are 100% sure that timings are the problem (which I doubt), then loosen them.

    Hope this helps.

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