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what would be the best way to test my ram for lower timings? I have them at 9-9-9-24@1200mhz. Can i go higher with lower timings? What the difference between dual and tri-channel?

 

My ram https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001C830M...oss_T15_product

Edited by TropicalPreist

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best way to test would be Memtest86+

 

though Prime95 (blend, i think?) and linpack are pretty good indicators of ram instability as well

(NOTE: both prime95 and linpack also indicate cpu instability..)

 

 

you'll most likely have to up the voltage to lower timings and/or raise frequency

Edited by fearspartan117

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hold on. If your ram is DDR3-1600 Cas 7 7-7-6-18 like your link shows.. why do you have it set at 9-9-9-24@1200mhz ? you RAISED the timings and LOWERED the speed ? the stock settings are better than those

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what would be the best way to test my ram for lower timings? I have them at 9-9-9-24@1200mhz. Can i go higher with lower timings? What the difference between dual and tri-channel?

 

My ram https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001C830M...oss_T15_product

 

Isnt that a duo channel memory kit with higher required voltage then recommended for an i7?

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Isnt that a duo channel memory kit with higher required voltage then recommended for an i7?

Oh good catch, it's either the wrong ram or you are running at such a low speed to compensate the undervolting.

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