just got 2 of these sets of RAM (going to sell the remaining one DIMM I suppose since I used 3).
ran stock CPU clocks (everything worked, booted up) and then XMP profile which lead to 2133 on the RAM. (btw XMP profile plugged in 1.66v for the memory. isn't that a tad too much? should I get off the profile?)
no matter. what I am unsure of is how to OC my CPU again let's say to 3.6GHz maybe (more would get too warm for this scrawny cooler) and what kind of freq/timing should I be using for said RAM? is there a guide I can use as a jumping off point?
~thank you, community
Looks like the ram that you linked is spec'ed to run at 2133 - 9,11,10,28 @ 1.65v (depending on mb the xmp profile might have a variance of 0.01v wouldnt be out of the norm). So the xmp profile appears to be working correctly...
as far as OC'ing, depending on what CPU/MB you have you might want to turn the xmp profile off and like others had mentioned to OC.
To be more specific like Stonerboy779 said, we need more info...