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    Winbond BH-5, The Final

    Welcome


    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=1890576



    World record for Winbond BH-5 dual channel. I've got also WR for Samsung TCCD 417MHz DDR834.

    Regards


    Quote Originally Posted by AndreYang View Post
    wtf..your cpu is better.

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    Amazing !

    What RAMsinks did you use ? How did you attach them to the ln2 pot ???

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    That is effing awesome.

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    Dang! I can now die a happy man, 'cause I've now seen it all.

    Truly awesome clocks.

    Going to have to pull my calculator out and see what the equivalent clocks would be for DDR2 at CAS 3 and DDR3 at CAS 6.
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    I need an amd board for ddr1...or not lol

    nice work for cl2


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stelios View Post
    Amazing !

    What RAMsinks did you use ? How did you attach them to the ln2 pot ???
    Stock memory heatsinks attached by force of gravity. There is no real need to good heat transfer, so that was more than enough.


    Quote Originally Posted by AndreYang View Post
    wtf..your cpu is better.

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    SICK work bro , thats just WICKED

    KEEP PUSHING IT

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    You're the master . Outstanding result with the BH-5. However I'll try to improve my TCCD score some time in the future. I have 414.8MHz.
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    Insane! Well done!

    I've been collecting some BH5 sticks for retro benching, but this is mad!

    If you will, what Vdimm did it end up requiring?
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    I bet the response times in windows is awesome. =) Nothing beats A64 + BH5 for desktop usage.
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    Congratz dude !!
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    Simply awesome!

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    Congrats! This makes me miss my BH-5. The CH-5 was never as good :P
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    dude thats so awesome, it makes sense BH5 scale with cold, they were SO hot

    what voltage you using there?

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    I'm going to guess no higher than 3.85v, as anything up to 4v caused reversed scaling in my testing. I didn't go that cold though
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    Intel is about to get athlon'd
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    BH-5 was really something

    Nicely done MaSell

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    MaSell said around 4 Volt and that he tested up to 4.2/4.3 Volt but that didn't improve the result (source).
    Congrats here as well
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    Around 4V is optimal on cold, at least on my sticks. You need a good mem controler and binned memory as well. Congrats again
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    Three-four-four 2-2-2? Awesome. I did 270mhz on 3.85V only with BH-6's 2x512 handsoldered from 4x256
    What's mem PCB, brainpower?
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    I don't think anything other than BrainPower will do the above
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jowy Atreides View Post
    Intel is about to get athlon'd
    Athlon64 3700+ KACAE 0605APAW @ 3455MHz 314x11 1.92v/Vapochill || Core 2 Duo E8500 Q807 @ 6060MHz 638x9.5 1.95v LN2 @ -120'c || Athlon64 FX-55 CABCE 0516WPMW @ 3916MHz 261x15 1.802v/LN2 @ -40c || DFI LP UT CFX3200-DR || DFI LP UT NF4 SLI-DR || DFI LP UT NF4 Ultra D || Sapphire X1950XT || 2x256MB Kingston HyperX BH-5 @ 290MHz 2-2-2-5 3.94v || 2x256MB G.Skill TCCD @ 350MHz 3-4-4-8 3.1v || 2x256MB Kingston HyperX BH-5 @ 294MHz 2-2-2-5 3.94v

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    My best sticks out of many are 2x512MB Mushkin Level II Black PCB. They do 268 2-2-2-5 1T in dual channel with only 3.3V memtest stable on air, but couldn't go higher than 312 CL2 single channel on dry ice. That's why I say this result is outstanding .

    Have you ever used "burn-in" for these sticks? I remember one old thread about BH-5 madness with subzero, but can't remember if it was you or somebody else.
    Last edited by I.nfraR.ed; 11-10-2011 at 08:39 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reefa_Madness View Post
    Going to have to pull my calculator out and see what the equivalent clocks would be for DDR2 at CAS 3 and DDR3 at CAS 6.
    equivalent DDR3 latency: DDR-2752 @ 6-6-6-15



    Those are some amazing clocks and timings. BH5. Wow. Now that was back in the day.
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    BH-5 & DFI FTW
    This remind me the old time (and the good AMD CPU :p)
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    Brings back old "memories" . 344MHz is insane!
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    Legendary! The reminder of good old overclocking days.

    Thank you for that, MaSell (btw, where did you go?).

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