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Thread: Corsair 6400C3 at 1116MHz on AM2

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    Corsair 6400C3 at 1116MHz on AM2

    Check out this Bandwidth.

    This Corsair 6400C3 rocks on the new AM2.

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    wow
    still with your foxcon ?
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    Dude, that is absolutely kick ass. Seeing anything over 10K in Sandra is instant
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    Quote Originally Posted by Supertim0r
    wow
    still with your foxcon ?
    Yep still on the Foxconn, nice board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OPPAINTER
    Yep still on the Foxconn, nice board.

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    Insane Sandra benchmark, congrats

    By the way, is the difference between running 1T and 2T still as big as it was with DDR1? And can you show some 1T results please?
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    No entry present for dual core ddr2 in the current wr thread so I guess that means it's you Has the bandwidth translated into improvements for other benchmark results?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexio
    By the way, is the difference between running 1T and 2T still as big as it was with DDR1? And can you show some 1T results please?
    1T doesn't really work past DDR2-800, so chances are that 4-4-4 at 558MHz would perform better than DDR2-800 at 3-3-3 with 1T.

    BTW, it looks like you beat OCZ Tony's score by a few hundred points. He may want to get tweaking again to beat you
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    is it for sale now ? (foxcon + corsair 6400c3 ?)
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    Great setup you have there, Eric! Those mems sure are a great companion for AM2
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    is it for sale now ? (foxcon + corsair 6400c3 ?)
    Foxconn - very soon; 6400C3 has been available on Newegg for couple of days now, last time I checked...
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    "I put my FX on water so I could play with some DDR2 and HTT clocks.

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    My FX runs good at around 3240MHz with 1.5V.
    At first I ran the Corsair memory at 3-3-3-5 1T around 814MHz, I thought the results were pretty good. But then I switched over to 2T and ran the memory at 4-4-4-5 2T around 1080MHz. Much to my surprise the 1080MHz results were better even though it ran at 2T."

    http://xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=101105

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    Nice BW, but one thing I dont get... sub 70% EFF, it seems horrible, I would expect seeing SKY HIGH BW from AM2 with IMC, 85-90% EFF - which in your case would be 15GB/s++
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    Quote Originally Posted by M.Beier
    Nice BW, but one thing I dont get... sub 70% EFF, it seems horrible, I would expect seeing SKY HIGH BW from AM2 with IMC, 85-90% EFF - which in your case would be 15GB/s++
    That would be the 4-4-4-* timings and 2T command rate. The result is awesome none the less ofcourse
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    Really nice bandwidth man. I pull 10K+ in Sandra and know it ain't easy. How about running an Everest bandwidth. My rig pulls 12.6k, you should be real close to 14k.
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    You know OPP, I'd love to see some rosetta benchies with that kinda bandwith. Great scores there. When is 12k coming.
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    damn...the DDR2 price is insane
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    Quote Originally Posted by alexio
    That would be the 4-4-4-* timings and 2T command rate. The result is awesome none the less ofcourse
    higher cpu mhz will help a LOT too
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    chips? volts? cooling?

    nice results

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    It was done with my FX-62 watercooled and runing 3350MHz.
    I used 2.5V on the memory.

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    I lowered the tRP to 3 but still can't nail 12k. It barely did anything.

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    do you know the IC that corsair uses?

    look really good so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by metro.cl
    do you know the IC that corsair uses?

    look really good so far.
    No I don't know the IC.

    On the other hand I nailed 12k by lowering the tWR from a 6 to a 3

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    Quote Originally Posted by OPPAINTER
    No I don't know the IC.

    On the other hand I nailed 12k by lowering the tWR from a 6 to a 3

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    nice scores,
    get some everest read/write/latency if you get the time, just want to look @ them
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    Quote Originally Posted by ex2cib
    nice scores,
    get some everest read/write/latency if you get the time, just want to look @ them
    We'll have to wait until next bench session

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    Quote Originally Posted by OPPAINTER
    No I don't know the IC.

    On the other hand I nailed 12k by lowering the tWR from a 6 to a 3

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    Ahh ... those chips below should be some fantastic chips !

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    Quote Originally Posted by moddolicous
    You know OPB, I'd love to see some rosetta benchies with that kinda bandwith. Great scores there. When is 12k coming.
    What does OnePageBook has to do with OPPainter ?

    Even more Oxx's - OPP, will you do some ORB action anytime soon?
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