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Thread: SuperPi32m 5GHz & 4GHz Z97 Haswell ( Refresh ) All Out Challenge!

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    SuperPi32m 5GHz & 4GHz Z97 Haswell ( Refresh ) All Out Challenge!

    In the tradition of the SuperPi32m 5GHz & 4GHz Haswell All Out Challenge!, SuperPi32M 5GHz Ivy All Out Challenge! and the Super Pi 32M Low Clock Challenge this will be the new 5 GHz and 4 GHz challenge for Z97 Haswell and Haswell Refresh.

    The rules are the same as for the Haswell competition.

    1. Screenshot Requirements:
    • 5 GHz +/- 3 MHz or 4 GHz +/- 3 MHz
    • Use Super Pi Mod v1.5
    • AIDA64 cache and memory benchmark - run this after sp32m for obvious reasons.
    • CPU-Z: CPU tab + memory tab + motherboard tab
    • Memory utilities: Asus MemtweakIt! or Gigabyte TweakLauncher or MSI Control Center, Asrock and Biostar


    2. Ranking requirements (use following format):
    • Username - time(mm:ss:ms) - multi x blck - ramspeed(xxxx.yy) MHz - ram subtiming(tCL-tRCD-tRP-tRAS-tRFC-CR) - Motherboard model - ram info/chipset - vdimm - ram cooling
    • ZenEffect - 6:33.058 - 50x100 - 1333.8 MHz - 8-11-6-19-232-1 - Gigabyte UD5 - Kingston 2333 MHz 2x1GB/BBSE - 1.72v - stock air


    5GHz ranking:
    Splave - 5:54.578 - 39x128 - 1410 MHz - 6-10-6-21-64-1 - ASRock Z97 OCF - G.Skill 2000 C6 PI 2x2GB/PSC - 2.28v - LN2/LN2
    Nickshih - 5:54.812 - 39x128 - 1410 MHz - 6-10-6-21-64-1 - ASRock Z97 OCF - G.Skill 2000 C6 PI 2x2GB/PSC - 2.3v - LN2/LN2
    Splave - 5:54.969 - 50x100 - 1400 MHz - 6-10-6-21-64-1 - ASRock Z97 OCF - G.Skill 2000 C6 PI 2x2GB/PSC - 2.28v - LN2/LN2
    l0ud_sil3nc3 - 5:55.063 - 38x131.6 - 1403.6 MHz - 6-10-6-24-64-1 - ASRock Z97 OCF - G.Skill 2000 C6 PI 2x2GB/PSC - 2.22V - LN2 @ all
    Hiwa - 5:55.078 - 39x128.6- 1411 MHz - 6-10-6-21-64-1 - ASRock Z97 OCF - G.Skill 2400 c8 2x2GB/PSC - 2.22V - Cryoclamp Memory Container BE and CPU KP Gemini
    bullant - 5:55.094 - 39x128.3 - 1410.8 MHz - 6-10-16-21-64-1 - ASRock Z97 OCF - GSkill Pis 2000 CL6/PSC - 2.23v - LN2 -160
    bullant - 5:55.266 - 39x128.3 - 1410.8 MHz - 6-10-16-21-64-1 - ASRock Z97 OCF - GSkill Pis 2000 cl6/PSC - 2.23v - LN2 -160
    l0ud_sil3nc3 - 5:55.453 - 40x125.1 - 1375.4 MHz - 6-10-6-24-64-1 - ASRock Z97 OCF - G.Skill 2400 C8 2x2GB/PSC - 2.15V - LN2 @ all
    XBrytanX - 5:55.703 - 40x125.1 - 1375 MHz - 6-10-6-24-64-1 - ASRock Z97 OCF - GSkill 2000 c6 2x2GB/PSC - 2.3V - LN2 @ all
    l0ud_sil3nc3 - 5:55.734 - 49x102.1 - 1361 MHz - 7-9-6-18-64-1 - ASRock Z97 OCF - G.Skill 2200 c9 2x2GB/BBSE - 2.25V - LN2 @ all
    Alex-Ro - 5:56.640 - 47x106.5 - 1490 MHz - 9-12-2-21-110-1 - Asus Maximus VII Impact - Corsair Vengeance Pro 2666c10 2x4GB/Samsung - 2.30V - air
    Alex-Ro - 5:56.671 - 50x100.0 - 1466 MHz - 8-12-2-18-108-1 - Asus Maximus VII Impact - Corsair Vengeance Pro 2666c10 2x4GB/Samsung - 2.35V - dice -50C
    l0ud_sil3nc3 - 5:56.953 - 50x100.1 - 1467.6 MHz - 9-12-12-17-108-1 - ASRock Z97 OCF - Corsair 2666 c10 2x4GB/Samsung - 2.15v - LN2 (-125c/+2c)
    Alex-Ro - 5:57.079 - 50x100 - 1466 MHz - 9-12-2-17-108-1 - Asus Maximus VII Impact - Corsair Vengeance Pro 2666c10 2x4GB/Samsung - 2.15V - air
    Alex-Ro - 5:57.891 - 50x100.1 - 1466.4 MHz - 9-12-12-21-110-1 - Asus Maximus VII Formula - Corsair Vengeance PRO 2666 c10 2x4GB/Samsung - 2.15v - Air +25c Ambient
    Alex-Ro - 5:58.297 - 50x100.1 - 1466.4 MHz - 9-12-12-21-110-1 - Asus Maximus VII Formula - Corsair Vengeance PRO 2666 c10 2x4GB/Samsung - 2.12v - Air +25c Ambient


    4GHz ranking:
    l0ud_sil3nc3 - 7:17.454 - 32x125.1 - 1375.0 MHz - 6-10-6-21-64-1 - ASRock Z97 OCF - G.Skill 2400 C8 2x2GB/PSC - 2.15V - LN2 @ all
    Shiranui Gen-An - 7:40.589 - 40x100BCLK - 1300 MHz - 8-12-8-28-88-1 - Asus M7G - G.Skill Pi 2000C6 2x2GB PSC - 1.895v - air


    List updated until post #72
    Last edited by Don_Dan; 09-13-2014 at 02:43 AM.

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    Congrats on number 1George haha
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    Seriously, guys, why is a new thread necessary if evidence suggests that there seems to be no performance difference between Z87 and Z97 whatsoever? I mean, we didn't have to make a new thread when P35 was replaced by X38/X48, so why is this necessary now?

    Using loud's results as a reference:

    1400 9-12-12 Z87: http://i.imgur.com/FfF1QKz.png
    1400 9-12-12 Z97: http://i.imgur.com/hNxhNXG.png

    1333 8-12-8 Z87: http://i.imgur.com/R9OjuJe.png
    1333 8-12-8 Z97: http://i.imgur.com/PHK39SQ.png
    Last edited by TaPaKaH; 05-24-2014 at 08:08 AM.

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    just want a fresh page is all I think sam
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    So many opinions and so few screenshots

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    Sam,in some tests that Splave has done it looks like we could be seeing 100Mhz more memory speed out of Z97 compared to Z87

    I'm happy either way what ever you guys want to do,as long as I can bench my memory its all good

    Thanks for your time Don_Dan
    Last edited by bullant; 05-24-2014 at 07:02 PM.

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    Shiranui Gen-An - 7:40:589 - 40x100BCLK - 1300MHz - 8-12-8-28-88-1 - M7G - G.Skill Pi 2000C6 2x2GB PSC - 1.895v - air



    Horrible efficiency, I know, but I'm just happy I got a 32M pass on Z97 with PSC at 2600C8 finally.
    Last edited by Shiranui Gen-An; 05-27-2014 at 01:56 AM. Reason: Added tRFC
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    Splave - 5:54:969 - 50x100 - 1400 MHz - 6-10-6-21-64-1 - ASRock z97 OCF - G.Skill 2000 c6 PI 2x2GB/PSC - 2.28v - Ln2/Ln2






    Was a blast, 5:54.7** def possible at this settings, had to cut my wazza back for stability. Will try again tomorrow.
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    So many opinions and so few screenshots

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    Bulgogi beef eating champion!

    First in the 54's, you have unlocked full retard achievment
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    Very nice Splave,nice 54s

    Great pic as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullant View Post
    Thanks for your time Don_Dan
    You're welcome!

    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranui Gen-An View Post
    Shiranui Gen-An - 7:40:589 - 40x100BCLK - 1300MHz - 8-12-8-28-88-1 - M7G - G.Skill Pi 2000C6 2x2GB PSC - 1.895v - air

    Horrible efficiency, I know, but I'm just happy I got a 32M pass on Z97 with PSC at 2600C8 finally.
    New leader in the 4 GHz category!

    Quote Originally Posted by Splave View Post
    Splave - 5:54:969 - 50x100 - 1400 MHz - 6-10-6-21-64-1 - ASRock z97 OCF - G.Skill 2000 c6 PI 2x2GB/PSC - 2.28v - Ln2/Ln2

    Was a blast, 5:54.7** def possible at this settings, had to cut my wazza back for stability. Will try again tomorrow.
    Sick!

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    No 2800, but 2752 on the 125 strap was rock solid stable, ran out of LN2 as I was screening my final run and for the first time ever I had aida freeze the rig lol


    l0ud_sil3nc3 - 7:17:454 - 32x125.1 - 1375.0 MHz - 6-10-6-21-64-1 - ASRock Z97 OCF - GSkill 2400 c8 2x2GB/PSC - 2.15V - LN2 @ all



    l0ud_sil3nc3 - 5:55:453 - 40x125.1 - 1375.4 MHz - 6-10-6-24-64-1 - ASRock Z97 OCF - GSkill 2400 c8 2x2GB/PSC - 2.15V - LN2 @ all



    TRAS 21 seemed to make a huge difference especially at 4Ghz











    Oh btw f(l)uck you aida



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    nice runs LS
    ill join soon.
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    i think you are asking the wrong person about safety limits, but

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    Very nice Loud,nice pics too

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    Well done, George!

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    Testing OCF Z97 during computex live G.Skill OC Show this

    first run without CW second run the only one we did with CW very fast in the last minute.

    Hiwa - 5.55.078 - 39x128.6- 2822 MHz - 6-10-6-21-64-1 - ASRock Z97 OCF - G.Skill 2400 c8 2x2GB/PSC - 2.22V - Cryoclamp Memory Container BE and CPU KP gemini





    Last edited by hiwa; 06-10-2014 at 01:26 AM.
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    i think you are asking the wrong person about safety limits, but

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    ^my imc is not bad?

    Great run for first time using the board man

    I think we will see 125 strap being more and more popular now.
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    So many opinions and so few screenshots

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    That imc is damn good man, hope to find one similar to continue benching.
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    Splave - 5:54:578 - 39x128 - 1410 MHz - 6-10-6-21-64-1 - ASRock Z97 OCF - G.Skill 2000 C6 PI 2x2GB/PSC - 2.28v - LN2/LN2


    Had to use small wazza will revisit again I think there is more in the tank for sure.


    I think this proves z97 is stronger at mem clocking
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    Awesome run Splave

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    Killing it Splave!

    53's next
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    Nickshih - 5:54:812 - 39x128 - 1410 MHz - 6-10-6-21-64-1 - ASRock Z97 OCF - G.Skill 2000 C6 PI 2x2GB/PSC - 2.3v - LN2/LN2

    Seems that 2000 C6 kits all good under cold with KO8155 PCB . 2800 CL6 easy on Z97 OCF

    Allen's OS is too fast . unstable with big waza .

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    killing it...

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    Wow awesome times guys,Z97 OC Formula is killing it

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    had a blast in TPE nice to have 4 killer sticks now
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    Are these my ex week1208 sticks?

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