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    tested today my old RETAIL G.Skill2666cl10 , more to come
    all air , ram 2.240v bios -2.238 DMM


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    Someone was drunk during kits sorting,probably some sampling kits gone in the wild Joking aside,this is the best retail Samsung i ever saw,also the best Gskill samsung ram noticed.Waiting for proper runs

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    Quote Originally Posted by nachtfalke View Post
    tested today my old RETAIL G.Skill2666cl10 , more to come
    all air , ram 2.240v bios -2.238 DMM
    What is your date code, if i may ask ?

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    2013Feb

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    1458MHz @ air @ 2.210V G.Skill F3-2400C9-8GTXD


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    just for lolz

    TaPaKaH - 5:55.625 - 100x50 - 1400MHz @ 6-10-6-22 - MSI Z97 Xpower - GSkill PSC - 2.26V - LN2/LN2


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    Nice Sam,does the msi board train memory quite well under ln2?
    Notice rtls 37-38,will it train rtls 36-37,nice result
    Last edited by bullant; 10-20-2014 at 02:47 PM.

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    Sam, cant believe you attempted that lol

    NFSZ nice sticks for that bin! All mine were junk
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    37-38 is the lowest I could get the MSI board to train, anything lower set in directly or via RTL compensations would not POST.

    When my board was shiny and new, getting PSC to run 1333 8-12-8 on air was relatively easy (once you know the ODT trick) but on my recent re-tests I couldn't get it to work no matter what. So it's hard for me to objectively judge what MSI boards are like on LN2 as my particular sample (in a messed up state) was relatively difficult to operate. For example, I needed around 0.10V more than I would on M6I/M7G and certain timing combinations that I know the kit can easily do wouldn't even POST (like tWRWR=4, had to run 5).

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    New run 5GHz/4,9GHz @ water 1429MHz @ air:



    @ Splave

    Tahnks
    Last edited by nfszocker; 10-20-2014 at 02:13 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaPaKaH View Post
    37-38 is the lowest I could get the MSI board to train, anything lower set in directly or via RTL compensations would not POST.

    When my board was shiny and new, getting PSC to run 1333 8-12-8 on air was relatively easy (once you know the ODT trick) but on my recent re-tests I couldn't get it to work no matter what. So it's hard for me to objectively judge what MSI boards are like on LN2 as my particular sample (in a messed up state) was relatively difficult to operate. For example, I needed around 0.10V more than I would on M6I/M7G and certain timing combinations that I know the kit can easily do wouldn't even POST (like tWRWR=4, had to run 5).
    Yep I understand,your sample doesn't do what it use to do on air so makes you think ln2 results may have been better with a new sample

    Yeah normally I like to have two motherboards so I can always compare if any problems as you know cold memory benching can be demanding on the motherboard
    Last edited by bullant; 10-20-2014 at 02:58 PM.

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    5GHz/4.9GHz @ water, 1458MHz @ 2.21V air, 5.57.594s


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    4 & 4.5GHz @ water/air:




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    5:56:906 | 48x104.27 | 470K | 1459.8 MHz | 9-12-12-16 1T | 2.38 V | 2x4GB G.Skill Trident-x (Samsung) | ASUS Z97 Impact | air/air | Dancop (XP)


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    New PSC F3-12800CL8D-4GBTD @ 1361MHz @ dice @ 1,94V




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    sergmann - 5:55:672 - 4770K - 125x40 - 1375Mhz @ 6-10-6-24 - ASRock Z97 OC Formular - G.Skill Trident PSC - 2,20 - LN2/LN2


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    dinos22 - 5:55.438 - 100x50 - 1400MHz @ 6-10-6-26 - GIGABYTE Z97X SOC FORCE - Patriot PSC - 2.4V - LN2/LN2


    Did some messing around at 5GHz with PSC subzero

    GIGABYTE Z97X-SOC FORCE X04 bios
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    EK copper heatspreaders and KP Venom on top

    trick on GIGABYTE is to get the bios profile right to start with as well as correct temps on CPU and memory

    i have a 2400 7-10-7 profile i start with and then 2600 6-10-7 and then move onto tighter timings and higher speeds.

    had issues with wazza, need to get my usual Pi benching OS in shape and give this another shot again









    Last edited by dinos22; 11-17-2014 at 04:50 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sergmann View Post
    sergmann - 5:55:672 - 4770K - 125x40 - 1375Mhz @ 6-10-6-24 - ASRock Z97 OC Formular - G.Skill Trident PSC - 2,20 - LN2/LN2

    How come your uncore is showing 5009.9?
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    Asrock fluctuating bclk by 0.2 is not a surprize... good job dinos on patriot rams...

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    Does is fluctuate under superpi load?
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    Very good job/score bro

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    Looking good Dino,we have a refresh thread for Z97

    Z97 subs go here
    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...-Out-Challenge!

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