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Need help regarding ddr3 Memory overclock.

Hello everyone,

I'm about to buy gskill 2400mhz 16gb ddr3 memory.

I own an Intel DH87RL motherboard.

Plz tell me will I be able to run the memory at full speed.

If yes , then how do I do that?

If no , then what's the Max. speed I can get, nd how to achieve that.

I tried finding XMP profile in the bios but here isn't an option for that.

Plzz help me.

Thanks in advance.ūüôÉ

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https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/69044/intel-desktop-board-dh87rl.html

 

idk about that never used an intel board before...maybe you can't tune the memory?not sure...=x

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6 minutes ago, ZephCloud said:

https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/products/69044/intel-desktop-board-dh87rl.html

 

idk about that never used an intel board before...maybe you can't tune the memory?not sure...=x

Looks like it.

 

13 minutes ago, Xeon e3-1246v3 said:

Hello everyone,

I'm about to buy gskill 2400mhz 16gb ddr3 memory.

I own an Intel DH87RL motherboard.

Plz tell me will I be able to run the memory at full speed.

If yes , then how do I do that?

If no , then what's the Max. speed I can get, nd how to achieve that.

I tried finding XMP profile in the bios but here isn't an option for that.

Plzz help me.

Thanks in advance.ūüôÉ

 

The motherboard only supports up to DDR3-1600.

Because it is not a Z-series board, you might not be able to run it at full DDR3-2400 speed.

 

Plus, it will also depend on the CPU you are using, too.

Both CPU and motherboard needs to be able to run at those higher frequencies.

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1 hour ago, -rascal- said:

Looks like it.

 

 

The motherboard only supports up to DDR3-1600.

Because it is not a Z-series board, you might not be able to run it at full DDR3-2400 speed.

 

Plus, it will also depend on the CPU you are using, too.

Both CPU and motherboard needs to be able to run at those higher frequencies.

Can I manually overclock the Rams nd then be able to run it??

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25 minutes ago, Xeon e3-1246v3 said:

Can I manually overclock the Rams nd then be able to run it??

 

It will depend if:

  1. Your motherboard has support for manual overclocking, or options in the BIOS to run the RAM at higher frequencies
  2. If your CPU (you haven't mentioned yet) can support overclocking, or higher RAM frequency

If you run the RAM higher then what the CPU is rated for, you ARE overclocking the Integrated Memory Controller (IMC) within the CPU.

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  • Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Master¬†--¬†ASUS X99 Deluxe
  • Sapphire NITRO+ RX 5700 XT Special Edition --¬†2x Sapphire NITRO R9-Fury in Crossfire
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On 5/8/2020 at 2:09 AM, -rascal- said:

 

It will depend if:

  1. Your motherboard has support for manual overclocking, or options in the BIOS to run the RAM at higher frequencies
  2. If your CPU (you haven't mentioned yet) can support overclocking, or higher RAM frequency

If you run the RAM higher then what the CPU is rated for, you ARE overclocking the Integrated Memory Controller (IMC) within the CPU.

I own a Xeon e3 1246v3.

Nd yes there is an multiplier in the BIOS which I can increase

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