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G.SKILL Ripjaws V Series 32GB (4 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000) Intel Z170 Platform Desktop Memory Model F4-3

The XMP profile has one setting and that is it , is there anyway that i can get this memory to clock up to 3200 mhz on a Z170 GamingX 6 Gigabyte Motherboard with a intel 6600k overclocked to 4.4 ghz on the intel overclocking profile pre set for the CPU? I have a CoolerMaster V850 PSU (could it handel the Overclock?). Please respond ASAP
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  1. Quite probable, which set do you have (model #) - they come in a variety of timings at 3000, can take those and make a voltage adjustment or 2 and should get you going ;)
  2. Tradesman1 said:
    Quite probable, which set do you have (model #) - they come in a variety of timings at 3000, can take those and make a voltage adjustment or 2 and should get you going ;)



    F4-3000C15Q-32GVRB
  3. Ok, initially leave on XMP then manually change the freq to 3200, the base timings to 16-17-17-36 and DRAM voltage to 1.4 (safe) then let me know how that does, if OK we can try to tighten the CL (might need a tad of MC voltage)
  4. Tradesman1 said:
    Ok, initially leave on XMP then manually change the freq to 3200, the base timings to 16-17-17-36 and DRAM voltage to 1.4 (safe) then let me know how that does, if OK we can try to tighten the CL (might need a tad of MC voltage)


    So far no issues , how would i test the timings for issues?
  5. Might run something like ROG Real Bench...if all is good, for slightly better performance try dropping the CL (first timing) from 16 to 15 and raise the VCCIO voltage + 0.05, if OK try running Real Bench again
  6. Tradesman1 said:
    Might run something like ROG Real Bench...if all is good, for slightly better performance try dropping the CL (first timing) from 16 to 15 and raise the VCCIO voltage + 0.05, if OK try running Real Bench again


    What settings should i use to test them?
  7. Just run the RealBench BM program. If you want can run Wins memory check, but prob no real need. Speccy has a memory test also (they have a free version) as does Aida64. If the last was good, then can try at 15-16-16-35 (leave voltage where they are. Then might just run it for a day or two, play games whatever and if all well and feeling froggy we could try a jump to 3400 ;)
  8. Tradesman1 said:
    Just run the RealBench BM program. If you want can run Wins memory check, but prob no real need. Speccy has a memory test also (they have a free version) as does Aida64. If the last was good, then can try at 15-16-16-35 (leave voltage where they are. Then might just run it for a day or two, play games whatever and if all well and feeling froggy we could try a jump to 3400 ;)


    I let that test program run for 20 some minutes and no problems reported. Should i go ahead and adjust the timings?
  9. Sure give them a try, if it doesn't carry them at these new timings simply fall back to the previous you just ran.....pretty tough huh? It can just wear you out ;)
  10. Tradesman1 said:
    Sure give them a try, if it doesn't carry them at these new timings simply fall back to the previous you just ran.....pretty tough huh? It can just wear you out ;)


    Tried the 3400 mhz @ 15 16 16 35 and the post failed but i reset the memory to 3333 mhz at those timings and so far she is running stable.
  11. May need to try the 16-17-17-36 then at 3400
  12. Tradesman1 said:
    May need to try the 16-17-17-36 then at 3400



    I tried at the 16 17 17 36 and the 15 16 16 35 settings and both times failed post @ 3400. Could not get 3400 mhz but some reason 3466 mhz was possible. After that it went to 3600 mhz. Should i leave @ 3200 or try for 3600? Would not post @ 3400 so i am leary of trying @ 3600.
  13. Best answer
    Prob settle for 3200 for now anyway, you have the idea - could try going 3400 at those looser timings and add a bit more voltage to the VCCIO, but you are at a point it might be more frustrating then fruitful. On OCing anything, it's best (I've found to play a little at a time) then walk away from it, can always come back when fresh, even if a day or two later ;)
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