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Old 05-05-2014, 10:40 PM   #21
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Nice. I like Mushkin Ram. It humps with ease.
i don't know a thing about o/cing ram shrimps but i'm very happy with this mushkin and would have no hesitation to buy it again
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Old 05-06-2014, 05:31 PM   #22
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i don't know a thing about o/cing ram shrimps but i'm very happy with this mushkin and would have no hesitation to buy it again
That ram will OC pretty good actually. With an experience individual and a CPU with a better than normal memory controller could have that set running DDR3- 2666 likely with some timing adjustments and a little voltage bumpage.

I'd think 1100mhz is well within your window with 1.65v. I usually ran my sets at 1.68v just in case of unseen v-droop on the ram sticks.
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Old 05-06-2014, 06:44 PM   #23
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That ram will OC pretty good actually. With an experience individual and a CPU with a better than normal memory controller could have that set running DDR3- 2666 likely with some timing adjustments and a little voltage bumpage.

I'd think 1100mhz is well within your window with 1.65v. I usually ran my sets at 1.68v just in case of unseen v-droop on the ram sticks.
if only i knew how to do it shrimpy
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if only i knew how to do it shrimpy
A little at a time RD. The 200 reference clock number goes up. 202, 204 , 206 and so on.. Ram speed NB and HT speeds all increase with it. I think the system should be stable up to 210mhz without any major attention to detail.

Your command rate for your Ram at 2T may catch more stability than running 1T. This is something you may need to experiment with, as at this time, I don't know what it is.

If you want to really test for stability, run P95 and OCCT at the same time. If you can do say like 30 minutes, it'll likely pass P95 for hours and hours. GLHF.
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Old 05-06-2014, 10:27 PM   #25
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A little at a time RD. The 200 reference clock number goes up. 202, 204 , 206 and so on.. Ram speed NB and HT speeds all increase with it. I think the system should be stable up to 210mhz without any major attention to detail.

Your command rate for your Ram at 2T may catch more stability than running 1T. This is something you may need to experiment with, as at this time, I don't know what it is.

If you want to really test for stability, run P95 and OCCT at the same time. If you can do say like 30 minutes, it'll likely pass P95 for hours and hours. GLHF.
says in SiSoftware Sandra this

bank 1 and 5

8gb dimm ddr3- 9-11-11-28-7-39-8-4t
does that tell you anything ?
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Old 05-07-2014, 05:23 PM   #26
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says in SiSoftware Sandra this

bank 1 and 5

8gb dimm ddr3- 9-11-11-28-7-39-8-4t
does that tell you anything ?
Tells me you have 2 sticks of ram installed?
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Old 05-07-2014, 08:59 PM   #27
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Tells me you have 2 sticks of ram installed?
you said this before shrimp and this was the only thing i could see with a T in it but was 4t...but i'm not sure if it's the same as you were meaning

8gb dimm ddr3- 9-11-11-28-7-39-8-4t
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Your command rate for your Ram at 2T may catch more stability than running 1T. This is something you may need to experiment with, as at this time, I don't know what it is.
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well take a picture of your bios. You can use AMD OverDrive as well to see all your ram timings.

When I see the screen shot, I'll point it out to you.
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Old 05-09-2014, 02:07 AM   #29
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well take a picture of your bios. You can use AMD OverDrive as well to see all your ram timings.

When I see the screen shot, I'll point it out to you.

finally found it shrimp....it's set at 2t

thanks again jase
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Old 05-10-2014, 05:51 PM   #30
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finally found it shrimp....it's set at 2t

thanks again jase
No worries my friend anytime
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