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This can go on after haswell launch too :D
Samsung will still be great for benching.For raw mhz,focus to those single-sided Hynix Mfr,they will dominate the field for some time.
you are ruining this thread,stop with your dumb assumptions,those are not ballistix,also no micron ic's
Yea man,but who has time to uncover a fraud like this and what for?It should imply to delide cpu again,take close look,then track down the shop,than the individual,etc etc....
Single-sided HYNIX MFR
Hmm,yea man you are right in some points.But think about this,how many people that use a pc are enthusiasts?How many enthusiasts delide cpu's?IF you think in perspective,these damages are just 0.001%...
Don;t worry about intel man,they have plenty of cash floating around.In the end,what is the difference between killing a cpu with volts and physical damage?None,they both don't work
sb is history in all benches now,diff is huge between sb and hasswell
Could be man,but on cold ,my samsungs love cold,25 degrees celsius they pass 2800,0 degrees they fly 2860 with 1.92,2933 totally doable on z87 but need COLD :)
It's about trcd+trtp wall at 2933,9-13-13 totally doable on cold and volts,9-12-12 not possible.You will be surprized to see what memory absolutely rocks and is the supreme leader(At least on air) :D
i can tell one thing when overclocking...welcome to nehalem v2 :D
PSC X-seriessss :D
nice job george,i think the magic combo would be a kit that does 2600 on air and eats voltage and cold,too many parameters to meet it seems those kits would be extremely rare....
hero seems a nice addition for gamers,good looks from rog series,clean pcb and nice spacing.We know what to expect from m6 gene and extreme,pretty sure they will meet expectations ;)
Man,that 3570K at 1.36V would not get to 200w mark cpu alone,there is no way....
:D Don't know man,i have quite a stash to test under cold :D
very early ivy bridge was not stellar too,give it time :)
that is one hell of a isolation,nice job man,keep pushing!
George can you run them at higher speeds rather than tight timings?Say 7-11-7,or 7-11-8 at 2800+ ? Thinking a strong imc can cope with that,and i think higher freq can give nive boost too :)
I ran 1.9V for so many hours on different ivy chips that i can't count,no problem.For daily-use,i can't pronounce a verdict as i never exceeded 1.6 ,minimal gains from 2400 upwards,but i can say one...
Hmm,maybe try 1.60 bios allen?I could memtest mine 2600 9-10-12 with ultra tight whatever timings with 1.72,can run 2666 9-9-10 32M with about 1.82 on asrock.However on asus booting was more...
Absolutely,the stilt is one of the most skillfull and helpful people i've ever seen in www ,teaching him how things work on amd platforms is like explaining relativity theory to albert einstein lol :D
For sure,a good wazza will make your run start fast and help your last itineration greatly.Also great bandwith and tight latencies helps the middle run.killer run with great wazza would mean great...