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OCZ SLI ready Ram wont boot @ 1066MHz

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November 1, 2009 12:55:05 PM

I have this RAM:

http://gear.ocztechnology.com/products/description/OCZ_...

It IS rated at 1066MHz but whenever i set to this in BIOS the computer wont boot.

Is it supposed to able to boot @ this setting @ spec Volts (2.1v)? Or does it need to be @ 2.3v ???

Another thing is i have a phenom 9850 with a FSB of 207MHz ....so i am running RAM at 828MHz (2x414MHz) with 4-4-4-12timings @ the mo for 1:2ratio. But ive heard something like the phenom has an onboard mem controller so running @ a good ratio wont make a difference?? This sound right?

SO...

Would i be better off leaving at this setting of 828MHz or will i benefit more from upping it to 1066MHz ?? And will i need to budge up the Volts?

Rest of sytem spec is in my Sig.

Cheers, Dean.

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November 3, 2009 9:17:52 AM

useless forum....
November 3, 2009 9:55:25 AM

tighter timings = better
4 4 4 12 is great! 828mhz on the ram is plenty fast for that chip.
I dont think you would notice any speed increases running 1066 on your current platform.
all it would do is loosen up your timings and increase your voltage to your ram..
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November 3, 2009 10:09:31 AM

smoggy12345 if you call free decent advice "useless" then why are you here? get lost then :) 
November 4, 2009 2:25:49 PM

Cheers Nitrous!

@ apache

well, i had NO advice, never mind free advice....and no advice isn't descent advice is it?

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