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    Re: Vengance LP running at 1333mhz , not at 1600mhz

    If it's not running at stock 1600mhz timings try one stick at a time. One of them might be bad.

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    Re: Vengance LP running at 1333mhz , not at 1600mhz

    The ram is brand new.

    Might set back to 1600mhz and try memtest. Forgot about that.
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    Re: Vengance LP running at 1333mhz , not at 1600mhz

    Quote Originally Posted by deejayburnout View Post
    Might set back to 1600mhz and try memtest.
    I thought you were running @ 1600MHz , due to post below

    Quote Originally Posted by deejayburnout View Post
    Checked and my timings are fine. Set my Dram settings to manual and set to 1600mhz. My command rate was set to 2T and I set it to 1T. My computer booted and in cpu-z it was saying 1600MHz.

    Looks like it's sorted.
    As Corsair tech page don't state CR, I decided to read some reviews of the RAM you have, to see if it confirm what CPU-Z memory tab profile data is stated.

    2T is it's stock CR with timings/volts on Corsair page/CPU-Z memory tab.

    The reviews I read can get this RAM to work 1T but I'd just try 2T first, once known all good then tinkering time (if you want) .
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    Re: Vengance LP running at 1333mhz , not at 1600mhz

    Quote Originally Posted by deejayburnout View Post
    Well tried to run GTA 5 last night at the 1600mhz setting and it crashed right away. Tried a few times and kept crashing. Put back to auto mode and game worked fine. Might run ok on desktop/interweb/plex streaming but crashed under gaming.

    Have you tried what kalniel suggested? change the command rate to 2T and see if that changes anything. Also in your BIOS, are you able to change CPU-NB Voltage? If you can, try adding +0.05 to +0.1 depending on stability.

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    Re: Vengance LP running at 1333mhz , not at 1600mhz

    I think I have found my issue.....

    When I set-up my ram initally on manual mode, I set the speed but never adjusted the timings to 9,9,9,24 as needed. i left it at s 11,11,10,44 ( or something like that ).

    i set them correctly and computer seems fine now.

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    Re: Vengance LP running at 1333mhz , not at 1600mhz

    That's what I was trying to say, set the speed and timings manually. Glad you got it sorted.

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    Re: Vengance LP running at 1333mhz , not at 1600mhz

    I actually thought I did, presuming that when set to manual, it defaulted to the ram timings. Seems like it stuck to the auto timings set by mobo.

    Thanks for your help.
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    Re: Vengance LP running at 1333mhz , not at 1600mhz

    No worries. I was slightly disappointed with the Ram as it wasn't very overclockable. The more I read about it, I doubt for my PC uses I'd notice. Being able to undervolt satisfied my nature to tweak.

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