cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

Timings to run DDR3 Corsair Kit 16GB -2133- C9 @ 2400 Mhz-

sandro_c
Level 12
Ciao Arne,

excuse the delay in my response but I was not home, and to be fair I thought it right to open a new tread for matters relating to the timings of the Ram.
I am happy that your kit 2133 Platinum, can run @ 2400 with the timings not different from my D.GT 2133, I've shot a maximum @ 2204 with my Ram, but you give me a hope!
I have never try to use primary timing-9-11-11-24-1T, but 9-11-10-27-1T and secondary -4-96-9-4-16-4-8,
but 4 - 96-9-4-24-4-8, while the tertiaries are identical. I will try as soon as possible and let you know the results.

greetings
sandro c.
37,821 Views
57 REPLIES 57

Retired
Not applicable
is it samsung HCH9?


stable> 10.12.12.30-1T /recycle 300.. up to 2700mhz i think would work fine


More voltage can tighten/stretch the stock timings a bit tho
10.11.11.28-1T /recycle 140-180..


It all comes down to how much voltage you use.

Ok, Arne.. Sorry didnt notice that, you got a Paw..:D

sandro_c
Level 12
Hi WhitePAw,

I do not know if I can venture a further increase of the voltage v Ram ... their stock is 1.5 volts and I'm already providing 1.55 volts.
I do not understand why I would advice the primary timings at 10.12.12.30-1T / recycle 300 .. when I can normally use 9-11-10-24-1T-96 recicle that are more efficient.
However, in tests made ​​a little while ago I verified that the PC does not boot while it seems stable at 2400 Mhz @ 2204 Mhz .... I think I found the upper limit of pleadings or the controller of them.
Ciao White Paw
sandro c.

Retired
Not applicable
i thought you wanted 2400mhz, thats why

And for 2400-2700 mhz you will need 1,65-1,75v depending on how tight timings you are using

2200 mhz you can run at 8.10.10 no problem, but more voltage is needed

Ciao

Ps: its no harm running your ram at 1,65v 2400mhz 10.12.12.30.1T/300

Retired
Not applicable
Had to try my kit just for fun..

worked fine at 2133mhz, and not a massive voltage..

2200mhz, then the voltage started to get too high..

Image

WhitePaw wrote:
Had to try my kit just for fun..

worked fine at 2133mhz, and not a massive voltage..

2200mhz, then the voltage started to get too high..

Image

My first post on this forum, but a little know fact is that the IMC ON THE 3930 WILL DIE WITH Speeds aboe 1600Mhz and over 1.5 volt and I'm not going to argue this point as there is no Offical anoucemnent, on this, just pay attetion to people Like JJ the ASUS rep. JJ in his video about overclcking the board on Newegg TV, recommends, running it at 1600Mhz and 1.5 volts. Secondly I run the same memory at 1600Mhz and have run it with the XMP profile of 2133 and in AIDA 64,the bandwidth is exactly the same because of the increased latencies. With Quad Channel, it's not worth your while.
I sped up my memory, by dropping the timings on the second and 3rd in the BIOS order and it runs great.
IMO you have little to clean from raising the memory speed.

jberkpc wrote:
My first post on this forum, but a little know fact is that the IMC ON THE 3930 WILL DIE WITH Speeds aboe 1600Mhz and over 1.5 volt and I'm not going to argue this point as there is no Offical anoucemnent, on this, just pay attetion to people Like JJ the ASUS rep. JJ in his video about overclcking the board on Newegg TV, recommends, running it at 1600Mhz and 1.5 volts. Secondly I run the same memory at 1600Mhz and have run it with the XMP profile of 2133 and in AIDA 64,the bandwidth is exactly the same because of the increased latencies. With Quad Channel, it's not worth your while.
I sped up my memory, by dropping the timings on the second and 3rd in the BIOS order and it runs great.
IMO you have little to clean from raising the memory speed.


The IMC does not die just because the clock is set higher than DDR3-1600. As with all overclocking, it may affect the lifespan of the CPU, but there are not intantaenous deaths with a small amount of overvoltage.

I work with JJ, and the main reason we tell the masses to run DDR3-1600 is to prevent a support nightmare as most users lack the nous to set memory up manually beyond these speeds - and of course cost/performance ratios. We don't do it because the IMC will suddnely die.

-Raja

Retired
Not applicable
Had to try my kitm just for fun..

worked fine at 2133mhz, and not a massive voltage..

Up to 2200 mhz, but then the voltage started to jump up

Image

..

sandro_c
Level 12
Hi WhitePaw

Excuse me, maybe I have not translated well what I wanted to express:
Yes, I have tried to reach 2400 Mhz, but beyond 2204 the PC does not boot.
This happens with these timings and voltages:
Corsair stock-value: DGT @ 2133 MHz 1.50V-CMT16GX3M4X2133C9, overclocked @ 2204 and VDRAM 1,550 volts.
timings are now 9-11-10-24-1T-/-4-96-9-16-4-8.
I think that if I use timings 10.12.12.30.1T/300 that you suggest me, I have less chance to run @ 2400! Or not?
They also do not know if it is prrudent, with stock voltage of 1.500 V, to raise the volts at 1,650. My be it is a lot!
You can try to explain in other words what did you suggest to overcome the threshold of 2200 Mhz? I hope I made ​​it clear on what I want from you.26566
thanks
sandro c.

Retired
Not applicable
10.12.12.30.1T
1,65v
vccsa 1,175 + or - some, (depending on the rest of you system)
Second timings, try all on auto to start with
No Rampage tweak

Thats a 2400mhz clean boot with the samsungs

You cant reach 2400mhz at 1,5v, neither can you tighten them very much at that voltage..

You are restricted with 1,5v

to overcome the threshold, more ram voltage is needed, i am sad to say
tighten = more voltage
Mhz = more voltage