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    Corsair Breaks Memory Frequency World Record with Bulldozer

    More info can be seen on the Corsair Blog and HWBot


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    Congrats for the WR, very well done!

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    Well done ! Nice clocks !

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    great work jake as always!

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    was this done at home or at work?
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    wow.. gtx6 psc? (7.1)

    what kinda temps you run on the mem?
    looked at the pics, did you do any insulation on the mems at all :p (do you need to?)

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    Hot damn!!!! Good show!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZenEffect View Post
    great work jake as always!

    *high 5*

    was this done at home or at work?
    Did this at work


    Quote Originally Posted by badatgames18 View Post
    wow.. gtx6 psc? (7.1)

    what kinda temps you run on the mem?
    looked at the pics, did you do any insulation on the mems at all :p (do you need to?)
    Yes GTX6 is PSC 7.1 single sided. Yea for normal benching when you cool the memory with ln2 I would conformal and insulate everything. Since this was just suicides and no real load on the system didnt much matter. I actually found when everything froze through and the frost built up it started clocking better.
    Quote Originally Posted by 3oh6
    damn you guys...am i in a three way and didn't know it again
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    Im exclusively benching ECS from this point forward

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZenEffect View Post
    great work jake as always!

    *high 5*

    was this done at home or at work?
    Did this at work Thanks bro you gotta come visit soon.


    Quote Originally Posted by badatgames18 View Post
    wow.. gtx6 psc? (7.1)

    what kinda temps you run on the mem?
    looked at the pics, did you do any insulation on the mems at all :p (do you need to?)
    Yes GTX6 is PSC 7.1 single sided. Yea for normal benching when you cool the memory with ln2 I would conformal and insulate everything. Since this was just suicides and no real load on the system didnt much matter. I actually found when everything froze through and the frost built up it started clocking better.
    Quote Originally Posted by 3oh6
    damn you guys...am i in a three way and didn't know it again
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    Im exclusively benching ECS from this point forward

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    so this means its faster than intel?

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    crazo clocks jake! gotta love pscs without their cold bug, totally cold bugless setup there

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    Yea bro Crosshair V Formula is sick for memory clocking.
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    damn you guys...am i in a three way and didn't know it again
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    you the man jake!


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    Awesome job Jake
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    Congrats man this is awesome, sad we can't buy BD no where :S
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    That's incredible! Good timings for huge frequency!

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    goodjob!
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