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Kingston Savage DDR4 2400 2x4GB Kit Overclocking?

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I would count on something like here as all Kingston kits are based on Hynix IC:
http://www.overclockers.com/forums/...Predator-16GB-DDR4-3000-CL15-HX430C15PB2K4-16
http://www.overclockers.com/forums/...perX-FURY-16GB-DDR4-2666-CL15-HX426C15FBK4-16
http://www.overclockers.com/forums/...perX-FURY-32GB-DDR4-2400-CL15-HX424C15FBK4-32

Generally at 1.35 it will be something like:
2666 15-15-15
2800 15-15-15
3000 15-15-15/15-16-16
3200 15-15-15/15-16-16/16-16-16/16-17-17

Thanks for the answer man. I'll try this ^^
 
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Is it totally fine if i'll OC these sticks to 3200 from 2400 mhz? Is there any way to fry the ram sticks as far as im running them at 1.35v? Hope not xD
 
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After OC-ing to 2666/2800/3000 i found out that im getting way less reading speeds in Aida 64. Stock Score 33k mb/s, 3000 mhz OC 22k mb/s
 

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All memory IC are working up to 1.4V in memory kits that are in mass sales. I doubt that anything will happen at 1.35V when all manufacturers are releasing memory at this voltage. You kit has the same series memory chips as higher frequency kits ( Predator etc ).

You get lower bandwidth probably because some settings aren't right and memory is working in single channel ( one memory stick is not working at these settings ). Try to set more relaxed timings and check if Windows sees all RAM capacity. You can check it in memory tab in cpu-z or other software. Also in system tab in Windows.
At 3200 it should have above 40GB/s memory bandwidth. At 3000 about 2-3GB/s less. I would try 3000 16-17-17 1.35V if one memory stick isn't working. First stabilize your overclocking settings and next try some more.
 
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Seems like its good for now :) 15-16-16-35 @ 1.36V
Got some decent results :clap: ttt.jpg
 
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UPDATE
Managed to hit 3100 MHZ on the memory
This was the maximum I could get, tried a lot of combinations in order to make 3200 possible but it just wouldnt boot(17-17-17, 17-18-18 with 1.4v still didnt boot at all)
So Im pretty happy with 3100 as it seems really stable, stress tested for 15 minutes in PassMark BurnIn software and all was good :D
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Nice, I'm glad it's working for you :thup: Play games or use some other applications to be sure it's stable. If not then back to 3000.