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  • OC GSkill TridentX F3-2400C9-4GTXD to 2666

    I have been tweaking my ole MSI Z97 MPower Max AC that has a Intel Core i7-4790K OC'd to 4.9 1.320v and has 4 sticks of TridentX F3-2400C9.Right now I have them at 2400 9 11 11 24 1T with 1.670 dram volts 1.125v SA and 1.125v IO,CPU-IO Digital voltage 1.150v and CPU IOA/IOD Voltage Boost + 100mv .I tried some of the motherboards presets for 2600 and 2666 at CL-10-11 and 12 and she boots to windows most of the time but Fails stress testing.Anyone know what kind of Dram volts I should be trying for 2600 or 2666 OC along with IO & SA volts.Any help greatly appreciated...
    Last edited by NIK1; 10-25-2019, 07:47 AM.

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    The required VCCSA/IO voltages for a certain memory frequency vary from one CPU to another. You have to find the ideal and stabile values yourself if the motherboard does not adjust them by itself.

    With a kit like F3-2400C9D-8GTXD a Vdimm around 1.65-1.70V should suffice for DDR3-2600/2666 10-12-12 in most cases.
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      Thanks for the info..What timings should I input to try do you think.

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        I only have very few MSI screenshots, but did manage to find one from one of my old user reviews. Lower binned kit and my MSI Z87I Gaming itself was not the strongest, so some timings are higher than they would have been on my Z97X-SOC Force, but it should suffice as a reference:

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