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    One company offering new 1156-capable modules is OCZ Technology. Today we're looking at a set of OCZ Platinum 4GB DDR3-1866 modules that are designed for use in the LGA1156 socket Core i5/i7 platform. We've seen in our past testing that OCZ modules typically offer great aesthetics and performance, including overclockability, but that was then and you're only as good as your most recent success these days. So has OCZ produced another winner with these Platinum sticks? Let's find out.



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    Thanks nice review!

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    Ya, there isn't as much going on with AMD platform components in terms of memory. Most manufacturers are releasing LGA1156-optimized Core i5/i7 memory, so we'll have a bunch of them coming over the next several weeks. We have at least half a dozen kits to review, these OCZ sticks are great but we'll see how others compare. We have many different speeds to look at as well so it'll be interesting. Some modules overclock better, some don't. I have a few very-high performance modules on the bench so you'll see some great OCs coming soon for RAM.

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    Yep, nice review

    Could you give me bios settings used to overclock this ram (2058 MHz at 9-9-9-24)

    Many thanks !

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    Keep in mind that overclocking results will vary.

    All you need to do is bump up your DIMM voltage to 1.65V, your QPI voltage to at 1.35V, and then increase your BCLK until you max out. Bump up your vCore to 1.35V as well and see how far you can go. From there it entirely depends on your CPU as to how far you can actually go.

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