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    HyperX benching: 1450MHz cas6, 1541MHz cas7 & 1563MHz cas8

    Following our score at GamesCom almost 1 year ago Benji Tshi and I decided to retry some memory maxscreen action.



    This is what we achieved during the week-end:

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    I7 870 (batch L930B512)
    Gigabyte P55 UD6C (bios F10)
    DDR3-2544 dual kit (KHX2544C9D3T1FK2/2GX)
    Kingpin Dominance cooler (yes a proper memory pot ! )

    vtt: from 1,58 to 1,66v
    vdimm: from 1,88 to 1,94v



    1450MHz cas 6 dual channel:




    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1921381










    1541MHz cas 7 dual channel:




    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1921287







    1563MHz cas 8 dual channel:




    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1921415






    And some pictures of the rig:








    Thanks Kingston for the great support !

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    that setup looks so sick!

    3126mhz woooooo awesome!


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    leeeet camera taking pics :<

    excellent scores geeez

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    thank you guys

    we are almost sure the cas 7 is a new worl record.

    we couldn't match Hiwa cas 8 score.

    and for the cas 6 we are still looking for higher scores but we can't find anything.

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    Really well done! Why did you stop at such low vdimm? No more scaling?


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    Nicely done!

    Is that memory pot just "sitting" on the modules, or did you mount it somehow?

    I know that it is designed to be mounted (bolted) on Corsair modules, but it can be used on others by simply placing it on top (if I recall the info correctly).

    I'm just curious as to how you did it.
    Last edited by Reefa_Madness; 07-25-2011 at 02:31 PM.
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    awesome setup...and great score...
    Ghz Was Not Everything.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by bassplayer View Post
    Really well done! Why did you stop at such low vdimm? No more scaling?
    the chips are Elpida BDBG and they are quite like PSC at one point it doesn't scale anymore.

    the memory was not limiting use, it was more a cpu problem (bclk limitation).

    Quote Originally Posted by Reefa_Madness View Post
    Nicely done!

    Is that memory pot just "sitting" on the modules, or did you mount it somehow?
    we used Dominator radiators hold together with tape (because on the original modules they are glued).

    and because the UD6C has a weird slot layout (6 slots) we could only screw the pot on one module.

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    Nicely done.
    CL.7 WR:
    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1598075
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    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    Nicely done.
    CL.7 WR:
    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1598075
    (G.Skill 2x2GB on Sandy Brigde)

    This is obviously a bug and shouldn't be taken as a valid result

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    Well done! French guys and memory seems to be a magic combination!

    stasio, that result you posted is obviously bugged, you should know better than that. 1700MHz 7-8-7?! Come on!

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    The main problem is 210 bclk on 1155 platform while the actual WR is around 111 if i'm right

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    that crazy speed great
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    Quote Originally Posted by marmott View Post

    we used Dominator radiators hold together with tape (because on the original modules they are glued).

    and because the UD6C has a weird slot layout (6 slots) we could only screw the pot on one module.
    Thanks for the reply.
    In memory of Gracie, my sweet, sweet wife and mother of my children. Darling, we will miss you dearly. May you rest in peace (born to this world on March 30, 1976; went to her Heavenly Father on Good Friday, April 22, 2011).

    http://animoto.com/play/E0wFhd6tN0nA...ent=challenger

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    Congratulation !!!

    Verry nice Result !

    Hope to get some Sample


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    Sick !!! Congrats !!!

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