[HowTo] SO-DIMMs Extreme: Boost 1600 to 2133 and beyond / JEDEC & XMP

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  1. James D

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    OCed Samsung RAM through BIOS.
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    James D,
     
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    Who would have known? CPU-z, another BM'ing/BS program.

    Thanks TURBODUDE!!!


    (To be honest, I thought the 1064.4 MHz that James D was posting was showing a 'decrease' from the rated 1600MHz module speed. Then I remembered that it has to be doubled, lol, showing 2128.80 MHz effective speed of the RAM (a 33% increase).
     
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    So when tightening up on the timmings which are the important ones to play with? I have my memlry running at 10-11-11-28 @2133. I ran memtest and it passed as well as benchmarks in Win8 with no crashes.
     
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    TURBODUDE, yeah, thanks, I knew abut that bl info of JEDEC in the CPU-z. ANd I bet canardpc also knows that but doesn't fix because either they can't or because nobody uses that information anyway. Everybody knows that only Memory Tab is useful. While SPD tab shows only info about manufacturer, date and original speed.
     
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    Wondering if you can answer this question. I have Crucial BallistiX 1866mhz(8Gig) modules that I can run at 2133mhz by manually setting the BIOS. I wanted to program the settings into an XMP profile. When I do the changes with Thiaphoon Burner it takes to the chips, but when I set it to XMP Profile 2 in BIOS it keeps resetting to default. Is there more to making the changes of just setting the T states?
     
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    hi James D
    What is Samsung memory reference?
    is that M471B5273DH0-CK0 is good to operate 2133MHz?
    thank you very much
     
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    Ask johnkss. He tested different Samsung RAM.

    EDIT: Oh yeah, 1 my friend told me 2 weeks ago that M471B5273DH0-CK0 are the best. 2133 @10-11-11-20-1Т. And he told that I never should buy M471B5273DH0-CH9, they suck.
     
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    can someone please reply to this guy? as I wanna know the answer too. 1866mhz 8gb stick running at 2133mhz sounds unreal but would sure love to have..(possibly 2 x 4gb, as in 8gb module?) as he stated he OC with just bios settings without flashing the ram, sounds too good to be true.

    if this is the case imma go for 32gb 1866mhz at 1.35v..
     
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    Jame D thank you for your help.

    or find the timing table editor and cas latencies for memory. M471B5273DH0-CK0
     
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