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    NF3/NF4 & TCCD - Highest stable clocks - REPORT IN !!!

    Hello there fellow Xtreme OCers!!!

    I know many of you guys have some TCCD mems (AData, Geil, Gskill, OCZ, etc.) and tried to squeze out last drop out of them... And now it's time to show it to all of us what those babies are made of.


    NOW... Here's the catch! If you think that SuperPI 1M-8M or Sandra are a sign of stability, then don't even bother showing it to us... There are many other threads more suitable for that kind of "stunts" in Xtreme Bandwidth forums.

    So, for instance, if you have a set of TCCD that breaks DDR600 barrier @ 7-3-3-2.5-1T w/ SPi 32M and min. x7 multiplier then don't hesistate and bring it here... It would be very appreciated if you could add Sandra and A64Tweaker screens at same exact settings that forementioned SuperPi run was made... Just to give others an idea how to make theirs TCCD perform stable at higher speeds

    Just remember... This is not a race It's supposed to be an informational thread. Only screenshots need apply

    Update Nov 25th, 2005: Any new entry above 315MHz x-3-3-2.5-1T is now ***required*** to be accompanied by at least 8 photos taken at various stages of SPi32M run. AndreYang's 321Mhz WR result is a PERFECT example of how it should be documented.

    Come on, guys, and don't be shy! Just take a screenshot, save it as .PNG and post it here....
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    4x512MB

    TRCD=3

    AndreYang - 300x10=3000MHz DDR600 @ 5-3-3-2.5-2T - DFI Venus (NF4 SLi-DR) - A64 Venus - GeIL One ES PC4800
    szukalski - 273x11=3003Mhz DDR546 @ 5-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venus - GeIL Ultra-X + One S PC4800
    amrgb - 286x9=2574MHz DDR468 @ 8-3-3-2.5-2T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - Gskill PC4400LE

    TRCD=4

    ixtapalapaquetl - 300x10=3000MHz DDR600 @ 8-4-4-2.5-2T - DFI Venus (NF4 SLi-DR) - A64 Venus - G.Skill PC4800FF
    AndreYang - 300x10=3000MHz DDR600 @ 5-3-4-2.5-2T - DFI Venus (NF4 SLi-DR) - A64 Venus - GeIL One ES PC4800
    Major - 285x10=2850MHz DDR570 @ 6-3-4-2.5-2T - DFI SLi-D (NF4 SLi) - A64 San Diego - Gskill PC4400LE + Gskill PC4800LA
    Deus Falsus - 285x10=2850MHz DDR570 @ 8-4-4-2.5-2T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 San Diego - Gskill PC4400LE + Gskill PC4800FF
    slimais - 270x10=2702MHz DDR540 @ 8-3-4-2.5-2T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2
    ThunDA - 264x11=2904MHz DDR528 @ 8-3-4-2.5-2T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 San Diego - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2

    2x512MB

    TRCD=3

    AndreYang - 321x9=2889MHz DDR642 @ 6-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI SLi-DR (NF4 SLi) - A64 Venus - GeIL One ES PC4800
    Delly - 321x9=2889MHz DDR642 @ 6-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI SLi-DR (NF4 SLi) - A64 FX San Diego - GeIL One ES PC4800
    LoKi2k - 320x10=3200MHz DDR640 @ 5-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venus - Gskill PC4400LE
    gigi77 - 317x9=2854MHz DDR634 @ 6-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 FX San Diego - GeIL One ES PC4800
    Onepagebook - 316x10=3163MHz DDR632 @ 0-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI SLI-DR (NF4 SLi) - A64 FX San Diego - Gskill PC4800FF
    windwithme - 315x9=2835MHz DDR630 @ 6-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - Gskill PC4800FF
    tansel - 312x8=2496Mhz DDR624 @ 6-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Toledo - GeIL One S PC4800
    Matrox - 311x8=2488MHz DDR622 @ 5-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D SLi-mod (NF4 SLi) - A64 Venice - GeIL Xtreme PC4800
    tw159134 - 310x9=2792MHz DDR620 @ 5-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - Gskill PC4800FF
    865pe - 310x9=2792Mhz DDR620 @ 5-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 San Diego - Gskill PC3200FX
    poiuy223 - 310x8=2480Mhz DDR620 @ 5-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - GeIL One ES PC4800
    szukalski - 310x8=2482Mhz DDR620 @ 6-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - GeIL One S PC4800
    formyfaith - 309x10=3090MHz DDR618 @ 5-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 San Diego - Gskill PC4800FF
    BioPC - 308x8=2464MHz DDR616 @ 7-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2 (TCC5)
    TheMeatFrog - 307x10=3070MHz DDR614 @ 6-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venus - Gskill PC4800FF
    qk4723Deluxe - 306x11=3366MHz DDR612 @ 6-3-3-2.5-1T - Asus A8N SLi (NF4 SLi) - A64 San Diego - GeIL One SE PC4800
    Bamboo - 306x9=2754MHz DDR612 @ 6-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D SLi-mod (NF4 SLi) - A64 Venice - GeIL One SE PC4800
    ianocean - 306x8=2448MHz DDR612 @ 7-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - GeIL One SE PC4800
    amrgb - 305x8=2440MHz DDR610 @ 6-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - Gskill PC4400LE
    dogsx2 - 301x10=3012MHz DDR602 @ 6-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venus - GSkill PC3200FX
    Clevor - 301x9=2709MHz DDR602 @ 7-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 San Diego - PQI Turbo PC3200
    Zeus - 300x10=3000MHz DDR600 @ 7-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venus - Gskill PC4400LE
    qk4722 - 300x9=2700MHz DDR600 @ 6-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - GeiL UltraX PC3200
    Matias - 300x9=2700MHz DDR600 @ 6-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2
    Super Nade - 300x9=2700MHz DDR600 @ 8-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI SLi-DR (NF4 SLi) - A64 Toledo - PDP Patriot XBLK PC4800
    sierra_bound - 296x12=3560MHz DDR592 @ 6-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 FX San Diego - Gskill PC4800FF
    ex2cib - 295x9=2655MHz DDR590 @ 7-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2 (TCC5)
    ianocean - 292x9=2629MHz DDR582 @ 7-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - Geil One SE PC4800
    cupra - 290x11=3190MHz DDR580 @ 7-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI SLi-DR (NF4 SLi) - A64 FX ClawHammer - Gskill PC4800FF
    .: Eru :. - 290x9=2610MHz DDR580 @ 6-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - PQI Turbo PC3200
    JediMaster - 290x9=2610MHz DDR580 @ 8-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - PDP Patriot XBLK PC3200
    eraser - 290x9=2610MHz DDR580 @ 7-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - Twinmos TwisterPro PC3200
    Sucka - 288x12=3460MHz DDR576 @ 6-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI SLI-DR (NF4 SLi) - A64 FX San Diego - Gskill PC4400LE
    bronx_klokr - 285x10=2850MHz DDR570 @ 8-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI SLI-DR (NF4 SLi) - A64 manchester - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2
    by -=Merlin=- - 368x8.5=3005MHz DDR568 @ 5-3-2-2.5-1T - DFI NF4 Expert (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2 (TCCD)
    Mrki - 346x9=3114MHz DDR566 @ 7-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI SLI-DR (NF4 SLi) - A64 Winchester - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2
    4X4N - 270x10=2700MHz DDR540 @ 8-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2 (TCC5)
    JDizzle - 265x10=2650MHz DDR530 @ 7-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI UT (NF3 250Gb) - A64 Newcastle - Kingston HyperX
    ZX6R - 260x11=2860MHz DDR520 @ 6-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI SLi-DR (NF4 SLi) - A64 San Diego - Gskill PC4800FF
    i found nemo - 260x9=2340MHz DDR520 @ 5-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI NF3 UT (NF3 250Gb) - A64 ClawHammer - Gskill PC3200FX

    TRCD=4

    NamelessOne - 330x7=2315MHz DDR660 @ 8-4-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venus - Mushkin XP4400
    A64FX - 328x7=2296MHz DDR656 @ 8-4-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - GSkill PC4400LE
    CapFTP - 325x8=2600MHz DDR650 @ 8-4-4-2.5-1T - DFI SLi-D (NF4 SLi) - A64 San Diego - Gskill PC4800LA
    BioPC - 322x9=2901MHz DDR644 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2 (TCC5)
    qk4722 - 322x9=2898MHz DDR644 @ 6-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - GeiL UltraX PC3200
    TheMeatFrog - 321x8=2568MHz DDR642 @ 8-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - Gskill PC4800LA
    Malph - 320x9=2880MHz DDR640 @ 8-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - OCZ EL PC4800 Platinum
    865pe - 320x9=2880Mhz DDR640 @ 6-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venus - Gskill PC3200FX
    msimax - 320x9=2880Mhz DDR640 @ 7-4-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Toledo - Patriot PDC1G4800+XBLK
    Skip - 320x8=2560MHz DDR640 @ 6-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - Gskill PC4400LE
    quicksilverXP - 320x8=2560MHz DDR640 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - Centon Gemini LL PC3200
    Opteron96 - 320x8=2561MHz DDR640 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2
    longsiew - 320x7=2240MHz DDR640 @ 5-4-4-3.0-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - GeIL One SE PC4800
    Ziku - 318x8=2544MHz DDR636 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - Gskill PC4400LE
    zungkono - 319x9=2644MHz DDR632 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venus - Gskill PC3200FX
    dnavarro - 315x10=3148MHz DDR630 @ 11-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 FX ClawHammer - Gskill PC4400LE
    dogsx2 - 315x9=2835MHz DDR630 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Toledo - GSkill PC4400FC
    ncsa - 315x8=2520MHz DDR630 @ 7-3-3-2.5-1T - DFI SLi-DR (NF4 SLi) - A64 Venice - GeIL ONE Series PC3200
    XiN - 315x7=2205MHz DDR630 @ 7-4-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - Gskill PC4400LE
    Zeus - 314x10=31400MHz DDR628 @ 5-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venus - Gskill PC4400LE
    Eldonko - 313x9=2817MHz DDR626 @ 0-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 San Diego - OCZ EL PC4200 Platimum (TCC5)
    GRAFIZ - 313x8=2504MHz DDR626 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI SLI-DR (NF4 SLi) - A64 Winchester - Gskill PC4400LE
    njkid32 - 312x10=3125MHz DDR624 @ 6-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venus - G.Skill PC4400FC
    -Wolverine- - 312x9=2808MHz DDR626 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 San Diego - GeIL One S Pc3200
    dogsx2 - 310x10=3102MHz DDR620 @ 6-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venus - GSkill PC3200FX
    dinos22 - 310x10=3102MHz DDR620 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venus - GSkill PC4800FF
    mikead_99 - 310x10=3102MHz DDR620 @ 6-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - Gskill PC4800LA
    RyderOCZ - 310x8=2482MHz DDR620 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D SLI-mod (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2
    eraser - 310x8=2482MHz DDR620 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - Twinmos TwisterPro PC3200
    dogsx2 - 309x9=2785MHz DDR618 @ 8-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venus - OCZ EL PC4800 Platinum (TCC5)
    need.for.mhz - 308x9=2772MHz DDR612 @ 5-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI SLI-DR (NF4 SLi) - A64 Venice - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2 (TCC5)
    eva2000 - 306x10=3060Mhz DDR612 @ 6-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venus - patriot PC3200XBL
    funkflix - 305x10=3050MHz DDR610 @ 5-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venus - GeIL One S Pc3200
    slimais - 305x9=2745MHz DDR610 @ 6-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2
    szukalski - 305x9=2745Mhz DDR610 @ 7-4-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - GSkill PC3200FC
    deff_ins - 305x9=2745MHz DDR610 @ 8-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - Corsair TwinX PC4400 c25
    CTKP - 305x8=2440MHz DDR610 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 San Diego - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2
    Vincentvega18 - 305x8=2440MHz DDR610 @ 6-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 ClawHammer - Gskill PC4800LA
    Frodin - 302x8=2416MHz DDR604 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 ClawHammer - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2
    Kenetixx - 300x10=3000MHz DDR600 @ 6-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D SLi-mod (NF4 SLi) - A64 Venus - Centon Advanced PC3200LL
    gundamit - 334x9=3006MHz DDR600 @ 8-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI SLI-D (NF4 SLi) - A64 Winchester - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2
    by -=Merlin=- - 334x9=3005MHz DDR600 @ 8-4-4-2.5-1T - DFI NF4 Expert (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2 (TCCD)
    Super Nade - 300x9=2700MHz DDR600 @ 10-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - PDP Patriot XBLK PC3200
    meateater - 300x9=2704MHz DDR600 @ 8-4-4-2.5-2T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venus - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2
    uranium - 300x9=2700MHz DDR600 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - Gskill PC4400LE
    musk - 300x9=2700MHz DDR600 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2
    ex2cib - 300x9=2700MHz DDR600 @ 8-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2 (TCC5)
    mikead_99 - 300x9=2700MHz DDR600 @ 8-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 NewCastle - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2
    arctic-k20 - 300x9=2700MHz DDR600 @ 9-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI SLI-DR (NF4 SLi) - A64 Winchester - OCZ 4200 EL Platinum
    Timothy730 - 300x9=2700MHz DDR600 @ 6-4-4-2.5-2T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - PDP Patriot XBLK PC3200
    mad mikee - 300x9=2700MHz DDR600 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D SLi-mod (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - Gskill PC4400LE
    Thanatos - 300x9=2700MHz DDR600 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - A-DATA Vitesta PC4600
    winston - 375x8=3000MHz DDR600 @ 11-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI SLI-D (NF4 SLi) - A64 Winchester - Corsair XMS PC4400
    justwOo - 300x8=2400MHz DDR600 @ 5-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2
    KGarcia - 300x8=2400MHz DDR600 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI SLI-DR (NF4 SLi) - A64 Winchester - Gskill PC4800LA
    4X4N - 295x9=2655MHz DDR590 @ 5-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2 (TCC5)
    forumer - 290x9=2613MHz DDR580 @ 10-3-4-2.5-1T - ABIT AN8 Fata1lty (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2
    kiwi - 290x8=2320MHz DDR580 @ 6-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2
    crespo80 - 290x8=2320MHz DDR580 @ 5-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI SLi-DR (NF4 SLi) - A64 Winchester - Centon PC3200LL
    Digg - 289x9=2602MHz DDR578 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - Abit AN8 Ultra (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - Corsair TWINX1024-4400C25
    THunDA - 270x10=2700MHz DDR540 @ 8-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI UT (NF3 250Gb) - A64 ClawHammer - OCZ EL PC3200 Rev2


    2x256MB

    TRCD=3

    ausasua - 304x8=2432MHz DDR608 @ 6-3-3-2.5-1T - MSI Neo2 (NF3 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - Geil PC3200 UltraX

    TRCD=4

    KenLau - 353x8=2824MHz DDR706 @ 8-4-4-3.0-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - Corsair 3200XLPT Rev 1.2
    uOpt - 346x7=2422MHz DDR692 @ 8-4-4-3.0-1T - DFI SLi-DR (NF4 SLi) - A64 Venus - GeIL ONE PC4800
    Onepagebook - 345x9=3106MHz DDR690 @ 6-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI SLI-DR (NF4 SLi) - A64 FX ClawHammer - Gskill PC4800LA
    masni - 340x8=2720MHz DDR680 @ 10-4-4-3.0-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - A-DATA Vitesta PC4800
    ben805 - 337x8=2700MHz DDR674 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - Gskill PC4800LA
    bachus_anonym - 335x8=2680MHz DD670 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - ]DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - Gskill PC4800LA
    $0m#0n# - 333x8=2664MHz DD666 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - A-DATA Vitesta PC4600
    Martin Cracauer - 330x7=2315MHz DD660 @ 8-4-4-3.0-1T - DFI SLi-DR (NF4 SLi) - A64 Venus - GeIL One S PC4800
    Rubescen - 318x9=2862MHz DD636 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - ]DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 Venice - Gskill PC4800LA
    politenessman - 311x9=2799MHz DD622 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - ]DFI Ultra-D (NF4 Ultra) - A64 San Diego - Gskill PC4800LA
    bachus_anonym - 303x9=2729MHz DDR606 @ 7-3-4-2.5-1T - MSI Neo2 (NF3 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - Gskill PC4800LA
    chew* - 300x9=2700MHz DD600 @ 6-3-4-2.5-1T - Abit AN8 SLi (NF4 SLi) - A64 ClawHammer - Gskill PC4800LA
    funkdog - 300x9=2700MHz DDR580 @ 5-3-4-2.5-1T - EPoX EP-9NDA3J (NF3 Ultra) - A64 Winchester - PDP XBL

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    in my neo2, it won't boot @cl2.5 in ddr600, even if I set the voltage to 2.80v

    hmmmm do a bad processor can affect the memory stability? (mine is newcastle which won't stable @2.5 ghz no matter what vcore) or it's the motherboard?

    sorry if I asking questions

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    Here's some Centon 2x512MB results on their newer revisions...






    I'll try updating the thread with more Prime results when I get home.
    Last edited by quicksilverXP; 02-16-2005 at 08:41 AM.

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    This seems to be the max on my Kingston HyperX.


    Edit: Sorry, wrong picture .
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDizzle
    This seems to be the max on my Kingston HyperX
    NOW... Here's the catch! If you think that SuperPI 1M-8M or Sandra are a sign of stability, then don't even bother showing it to us... There are many other threads more suitable for that kind of "stunts" in Xtreme Bandwidth forums.
    where's SuperPi 32M ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by quicksilverXP
    Here's some Centon 2x512MB results on their newer revisions...
    this is really nice for 2x512MB, buddy ...
    can you run SuperPi 32M when you get a chance, though...? with Sandra and A64Tweaker on the same screen? Just like mine That would be nice...
    Last edited by bachus_anonym; 02-15-2005 at 07:56 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bachus_anonym
    this is really nice for 2x512MB...
    can you run SuperPi 32M when you get a chance, though...? with Sandra and A64Tweaker on the same screen? Just like mine That would be nice...
    He showed almost an hour of prime95...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jumanji969
    He showed almost an hour of prime95...
    Do you know were Prime95 usually fails??? If it is to fail within one hour then it will happen either right at the beginning (1024K) or during 896K...
    I don't doubt that it runs prime95 for that time... but the point is to show SuperPi 32M run with other apps. Just like in my screenshot. That's why I asked politely...

    EDIT: but adding prime95 is really nice.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jumanji969
    He showed almost an hour of prime95...
    I have screenies of Memtest test#5 overnight and more than 8 hours of Prime.... I'd like to think that's better than a 32m Superpi.... but I'll run that for you tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quicksilverXP
    I have screenies of Memtest test#5 overnight and more than 8 hours of Prime.... I'd like to think that's better than a 32m Superpi.... but I'll run that for you tonight.
    It is better, for sure....
    In other words, I wanted people to sway away from just showing SPi 1M and run a bit more of that benchamark to show off stability.... And add A64Tweaker window so we could all see what's good for that particual;r TCCD at certain speed... That's the purpose of that little "requirement"...
    Don't get me wrong quicksilverXP.... I respect you as a great and honest OCer
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    hi,
    here my results:
    dfi lp 250gb
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    no1:


    no2:


    mfg

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    Here's my results. I'll post a Super Pi 32m when I can, but I know this is stable. I have run been gaming and Priming on this setup for days. Sorry for the big pic.

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    ocz pc4200EL Plats 2x512 300HTT at 3X 2.5-4-3-7-1T
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    I added my results to my first post.... I can for sure run my Centon memory at 325Mhz 1:1 stable, I will post a 32m pic later, but I added a 16 hour Prime of it at 300 1:1 at 2.5-4-3-7, 2x512MB on dual channel, and I also posted a pic with my A64tweaker tweaks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by killingspreez
    hi,
    here my results:
    dfi lp 250gb
    3200+newcastle
    g.skill la 1*512mb tccd 437

    no1:
    http://server2.uploadit.org/files/ki...eez-330fsb.JPG
    no2:
    http://server2.uploadit.org/files/killingspreez-32s.JPG

    mfg
    Quote Originally Posted by xgman
    ocz pc4200EL Plats 2x512 300HTT at 3X 2.5-4-3-7-1T
    SuperPi is needed here, guys.... otherwise, not interested in this kind of results

    Quote Originally Posted by dnavarro
    Here's my results. I'll post a Super Pi 32m when I can, but I know this is stable. I have run been gaming and Priming on this setup for days. Sorry for the big pic.
    It'd be great if you could add that superpi 32M run.... thanks :thumbsup:
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    dnavarro:: What sort of cooling are you using on that cpu?
    That temp has to be wrong, unless you're using it for cooking..
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    Quote Originally Posted by szukalski
    dnavarro:: What sort of cooling are you using on that cpu?
    That temp has to be wrong, unless you're using it for cooking..
    don't get me wrong, but this is not a place for this type of question... If you don't have a screenoshot for us to see, then please send him PM and ask him...
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    szukalski, when the temp on the dfi nf4 boards goes (below 0C i think), it starts back at around 255C, so thats about -9C i think... unless its a lower value that it starts back at 255 at... :-\

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    szukalski, when the temp on the dfi nf4 boards goes (below 0C i think), it starts back at around 255C, so thats about -9C i think... unless its a lower value that it starts back at 255 at... :-\
    Cheers for that.
    don't get me wrong, but this is not a place for this type of question... If you don't have a screenoshot for us to see, then please send him PM and ask him...
    Point taken.
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    bachus_anonym, as per your request in the xtreme bandwidth forum...

    I spent some extra time tweaking other timings to get 100% stable in 32mb SPI.

    Just to let everyone know, just because it passes 20 of test 5 doesn't mean it will pass 32mb superpi. The 32mb SPI ss is worth it.

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    thanx a lot, KGarcia! that's what I'm looking for.... nice stable clocks
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    I can pass 32m of Superpi, but passes of Prime95 past at least 6 hours is still much more difficult, especially with our Winchesters. Just my 2 cents.

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    Bachus, as you requested. Super Pi 32M unpatched:





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    can you add SuperPi 32M pic, plizzzzzz....
    Quote Originally Posted by quicksilverXP
    I can pass 32m of Superpi, but passes of Prime95 past at least 6 hours is still much more difficult, especially with our Winchesters. Just my 2 cents.
    You're absolutely right... I though we could all have some fun and run SuperPi 32M, though... Not only for stability purpose but comparison, too.
    Quote Originally Posted by Dnavarro
    Bachus, as you requested. Super Pi 32M unpatched:
    Nice! Thanx a lot for an effort Very nice result on that SuperPi 32M, btw.
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