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Thread: 1.72v DDR3-3300 CL12 Dual Channel Super Pi 32M Air (Corsair MFR and ASROCK Z87-OCF)

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    1.72v DDR3-3300 CL12 Dual Channel Super Pi 32M Air (Corsair MFR and ASROCK Z87-OCF)

    1.72v can do 3.3GHz Dual Channel CL12 Super Pi 32M air !! (C0rsair MFR and ASR0CK Z87-0C F0rmula board)


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    Child's play or Strong Performance !?

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    Grats John !!! awesome speed !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by andressergio View Post
    Grats John !!! awesome speed !!!
    Thank you

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    Strong MFR John!
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    gskillllin it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by l0ud_sil3nc3 View Post
    Strong MFR John!
    hope one day I can hear....... "Strong BBSE/PSC John!" XD

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Lam View Post
    hope one day I can hear....... "Strong BBSE/PSC John!" XD
    Agreed, much harder to find pristine examples of the dinosaurs

    I played with a little bit of MFR on the little board and the tuning that you guys (Nick, Allen and you + bios engineers) have done is downright awesome, board is dialed for so many ic's.

    Nothing beats being able to remove MFR and run PSC, BBSE CFR or Samsung all on the same board

    I will be posting up some results with the Vengeance 3000's shortly, hopefully 3100+ is doable on those.
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    so funny you always have video evidence now XD nice work
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    So many opinions and so few screenshots

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    Agreed, much harder to find pristine examples of the dinosaurs
    Will it run the really old dinos, like the Micron GTR/GTS?
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    Your PSC is STRONG John!!!
    That is some nice Corsair sticks you found there buddy.
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    Awesome ! Those are some sweet clocks !!!




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    Quote Originally Posted by Reefa_Madness View Post
    Will it run the really old dinos, like the Micron GTR/GTS?
    I can try gtr
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    @ZenEffect, thanks, I would certainly be interested in seeing those results.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Splave View Post
    so funny you always have video evidence now XD nice work
    If my wife (CherV) is beside me.. she can help... XD

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    Quote Originally Posted by l0ud_sil3nc3 View Post
    Agreed, much harder to find pristine examples of the dinosaurs

    I played with a little bit of MFR on the little board and the tuning that you guys (Nick, Allen and you + bios engineers) have done is downright awesome, board is dialed for so many ic's.

    Nothing beats being able to remove MFR and run PSC, BBSE CFR or Samsung all on the same board

    I will be posting up some results with the Vengeance 3000's shortly, hopefully 3100+ is doable on those.
    I am working on BBSE and PSC too.... will post my result soon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reefa_Madness View Post
    Will it run the really old dinos, like the Micron GTR/GTS?
    Old D9 is not good , but Micron new chip is good for OC.

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    I have seen prior posts from you that the newer Micron worked well, too bad the old stuff doesn't. It would be fun to try and max out some GTR on this board.

    ...maybe when things slow down you could give it a look...perhaps a tweak here and there in BIOS would do the trick?

    Honestly, I know that there's no reason to spend any time on those old ICs, but it would be fun for those of us that still have some lying around.
    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).

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Lam View Post
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    John can you run that a few more times... maybe 3 times total. 1 Video is not enough !!


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    I would really want to see these 3200C11 do spec (as in 1600MHz CL11) ... unless they're rated for 1.85V

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    must use ln2 to reach spec thats why it comes with a pot XD haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by TaPaKaH View Post
    I would really want to see these 3200C11 do spec (as in 1600MHz CL11) ... unless they're rated for 1.85V
    OK, I Will try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckeye View Post
    John can you run that a few more times... maybe 3 times total. 1 Video is not enough !!

    21 mins video just taking the Super pi 32M run ? LoL

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    my shot at low-volt 1650c12:


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    Quote Originally Posted by TaPaKaH View Post
    my shot at low-volt 1650c12:

    Goodjob.... !!

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