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Thread: Memory won't run at 1600MHz with ASUS PP8P67 motherboard

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    Memory won't run at 1600MHz with ASUS PP8P67 motherboard

    I am thinking about overclocking ASUS P8P67 motherboard to 4.7GHz + and run the memory at 1600. Do you think that it is possible run like this way? I have heard that with that speed many overclocked systems cannot go above 1333MHZ. Do you think that is there any RAM which will capable to run at this speed? I have tested several RAM which will work better in other computers but I don’t know whether they will work with this board. Can anyone advice me.

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    Re: Memory won't run at 1600MHz with ASUS PP8P67 motherboard

    In order to accomplish this target you should enter the RAM settings within the BIOS. By the use of the stickers on top of the RAM, you need to note down the latencies, For example 9-9-9-24 and also the voltage along with speed (1600MHz). The subsequently time you initiate your PC enter the BIOS by way of the Delete key, and shift from side to side the choices to physically alter the RAM settings - put down the additional RAM settings resting on Auto.

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    Re: Memory won't run at 1600MHz with ASUS PP8P67 motherboard

    The more up to date Intel 1156 as well as 1366 sockets specify a boundary of 1.65V on top of the RAM V. In addition as it seems you've observed, while you switch on XMP through an i3 or i5 processor and 1600 or better RAM you drop Turbo as well as the power saving features and it can bring in an unintentional overclock to your PC. There is extremely slight actual world dissimilarity among 1333 MHz with 1600 MHz RAM. If you would like to run the RAM a slight quicker or overclock your PC, get the time to achieve it via tuning BIOS through hand. And do not allow the RAM find over 1.65V.

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    Re: Memory won't run at 1600MHz with ASUS PP8P67 motherboard

    If you are doing the imitation overclock that indicates your BCLK must be 160 MHz and what you will have to do is situate the memory ratio toward 2:10 (10 x 160 MHz = 1600 MHz) that will obtain you to rated paces. In addition set the timings physically within the memory feature to the rated pace of 1600 MHz and don't make use of XMP, utilize ordinary profile. Within the Voltage options menu configure the Dimm Voltage to 1.65V. Ensure your Uncore Multiplier is twice your Ram ratio thus at this case memory of 2:10 you will require uncore of 20x and afterward you must be set to depart.

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    Re: Memory won't run at 1600MHz with ASUS PP8P67 motherboard

    Initially attempt overclocking one item at a time. Turn your processor speed to defaulting and observe if you post next to 1600. Furthermore your ram can perform Intel’s XMP 1.2 thus strive turning that on inside the bios. Otherwise if you are making it physically check the memory voltage is at 1.65v and ensure you have obtained the memory n the 1-3-5 slots. I don’t think that with that motherboard you can get any problem with overclocking or running at 1600MHz.

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    Re: Memory won't run at 1600MHz with ASUS PP8P67 motherboard

    With the intention of obtain the RAM to work at privileged than 1333 speed I have to situate the processors FSB past its evasion of 200. This is for the reason that RAM controller itself is fraction of the processor on up to date systems.I essentially recommend not doing that. Allow it sprint by the side of 1333 speed. You will not at all observe the dissimilarity except you run a benchmark. And still if you accomplish it will be unimportant at top. It is better not to threat the processor, memory and motherboard by messing through all that things.

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