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Old 12-11-2016, 09:48 AM
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Default F3-17000CL11D-8GBXL - Z68XP-UD3 - i5 2500K

Hello everyone,

I reviewed the forums for my answer but couldn't find one. There are a few things I wanted to review before I get into it.


Intel i5 2500k 3.3 Ghz LGA1155
GA-Z68XP-UD3 - BIOS Version F2 06/03/2011 I have not updated the bios because it has been working great thus far
RAM G.Skill Ripjaws X Series 8Gb (2 X 4Gb) 240-Pin Ddr3 Sdram CL11-11-11-30 2133 1.5V ~ 1.6V X2 = 16GB of RAM
I recently bought the same RAM but the stickers are different on them. My oldest has 2011, and the new one is 2015. The new one states 1.5 ~ 1.6V. The old one only states 1.5V but I am certain from reading elsewhere that I can set the old RAM to the new RAM timings. The RAM timings I have set are down below.


I have done a lot of reading as to what my motherboard can support and the max that it can support is 1600Mhz so I have currently set at what it states.


For All Channels

Standard Timing
CAS Latency Time 11
tRCD 11
tRP 11
tRAS 28

Advanced Timing
tRC 39
tRRD 5
tWTR 6
tWR 12
tWTP 24
tWL 8
tRFC 208
tRTP 6
tFAW 24
Command Rate(CMD) 1

I0 Latency 1
Round Trip Latency 39

My question is that is my current settings ok? If not I can provide more information
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All those values look good.
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Ok thanks! I am not looking to overclock. I was looking for both sets to talk to each other properly.
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