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I have the 1333 DDR3 Dominator 3X2 gig sticks item# CM3X2G1333C9D6. I searched site but no matches were found. Does anyone else have this ram? I wanted to see what my timings for this ram should be, I see it is set (with CPU-Z) at 7-7-7-20. Does this sound right? I might call corsair and ask...

 

thanks, Munchmouth

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My memory has the black dominator heat spreaders on them is this something added to the set? I just want to make sure I have the right speed for OC'ing. My memory is running at 7-7-7-20 and I see it is rated for 9-9-9-24.

 

thanks for your quick help!!

also this memory is XMP right, my bios has it set to disable XMP is that wrong?

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I guess mine had dominator heat spreaders added then because it is set at 1066 in bios and CPU-Z says their 1333. Not sure which ones they are but I know their 1333 rated so I guess they are XMS with added dominator heat spreaders?

hmmm

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Select the CPU-Z window and tab you'd like to take a pic of. Hold ALT, then hit the print screen button on your keyboard (top right). Then open up MSPAINT (Start -> Run -> MSPAINT). Paste it, save as JPEG. Attach to a new post in this thread.
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You need to enter your BIOS and set the memory to X.M.P. Either that or manually set the timings to 9-9-9-24 with 1.5v.

 

CAS Latency Time = 9

tRCD = 9

tRP = 9

tRAS = 9

 

DRAM Voltage = 1.5v

 

Either that or just set the:

 

Extreme Memory Profile (X.M.P.) = Enabled.

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I did as derek suggested, and I am now running at 1333mhz and 9-9-9-24 timing. What is the difference between 7-7-7-20 and what I am at now, as far as performance(other then the frequency is higher 1333 instead of 1066)?

 

When I enabled XMP did I need to change anything else? If I read right My memory was tested at the speed it is at now and is at its optimal settings now?

 

Thanks for your help....

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I am finding that XMP with i7 is a good way to go. I did not like XMP with Core 2 but find it is far more mature with i7.

 

I set to XMP then if I want to manually change values, I change them leaving XMP still on.

 

My PC was built by Cyberpowerpc. I was wondering if they were OEM.

It seems to run good after I enabled XMP.

Is it a good idea to enable XMP? Or should I have entered timings manually?

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Ram Guy, Do you have any more information regarding my ram? I have a friend who also bought his PC from Cyberpower and he has the same ram. He wants to know about the ram too. If I wanted to, down the road, would it be better to replace this ram with the 1600 or 1800mhz modules? I can't find this ram anywhere so I can buy more to add...

 

Thanks to all of you who helped me. I may have more questions later if and when I start to OC.

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