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    G.SKILL Computex 2012 live benching

    Hey guys

    we had a amazing week benching with some great Overclockers at computex 2012 gskill booth last week with Youngpro (OldPro from Tajikestan), Shamino ( Mr.Wolf from Mongolia ), Dino (dinos36 from turkistan), Hicookie, Kingpin, Tin, Duck-San, Fredyama-San (Grandfather), Massman, Elmor, Before.

    first of all i know what u guys want to see so here we go






    We focused only on memory OC, here are some of the results we were able to achieve this week.


    4.47.469 Pi32m Retail 3770K from Fredyama-San CPU



    3286MHz on G.SKILL 2800CL11 16GB memories on maximus V Formula

    http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2396451


    you want to see how crazy is M5F? look at this board after 6 hours mem benching, i was tired to bench but seems board want to continue again....






    Highest Bandwidth we ever seen right? the crazy TridentX 2800CL11 with hynix ICs TIGHT timings, look at that READ
















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    Pictures
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    http://www.flickr.com/photos/gskill1989/
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    i think you are asking the wrong person about safety limits, but

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    Shamino was there too as I see . Nice photos, what temps at RAM? About -60-80C?

    PS: could please upload memory AIDA in high resolution? I download it and it is not good to view
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    Was definitely great! So glad I had a chance to be there.
    Best Regards,
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    it was really really great to meet u xavier, yes dude at least we made it


    Aida high res
    http://www.theoverclocker.it/hiwa/Bandwisth%20WR.jpg
    Quote Originally Posted by LardArse View Post
    i think you are asking the wrong person about safety limits, but

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    Amazing records , Great overclockers , Nice orange T-Shirt , nice babes , Rock MB, Rock mem , Sirck read!!!......etc?

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    nice score and very GI..

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    Awesome scores and pics, hiwa!

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    Love the booth babes getting in on the action

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    Quote Originally Posted by hiwa View Post
    it was really really great to meet u xavier, yes dude at least we made it


    Aida high res
    http://www.theoverclocker.it/hiwa/Bandwisth%20WR.jpg
    Yeah; that's right mate! Great to meet u too
    Best Regards,
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    nice run guys
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    vaow vaow vaow girls pour your ln2. we are at the golden age of overclocking


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    incredible stuff! Congratulasion on some serious results! Sure everyone had a great time getting together!

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    Awesome Pics and nice results

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