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Viewing thread Which Radiator X99 Build/GPU?, Aug 31, 2014 at 11:25 AM
    1. fleq6
      Hey. I have the same problem as you with the Rampage IV Extreme. Could you do something about it or you gave up?
    2. Bjorn_Of_Iceland
      Havent pushed it to the limit yet tbh. But was seeing 822 core on stock from other palit users. Obviously, not as higher binned as those Evga SCs. Im good with 800 core at the moment.
    3. Bjorn_Of_Iceland
      K thanks dude. Those are some sick GPU score numeros thar on vantage
    4. Bjorn_Of_Iceland
      Hi, did you pump the voltages on your 480 to get 850 core? Or was those stock?
    5. wolf
      added, my steam id is foxpants but atm my name is Railroad Spike
    6. Binge
      added your recommended guid to the Overclocking x58 thread. It's a very good one, I'm surprised how close it is to mine fundamentally, but there's a lot more information the reader doesn't have to work to attain.
    7. Live OR Die
      Live OR Die
      there's only set memory ratio's like 2:8=1066mhz,2:10=1333mhz,2:12-1600mhz, there no unlinked, so setting your cpu host to 160 with uncore of 20x and memory set to 2:10 1333mhz up's your ram to 1600Mhz, running at lower or a higher ratio your memory wont be running at 1600Mhz, it works like your memory ratio times your cpu host so running at 3Ghz your ram would be 1500Mhz using a 2:10 ratio
    8. apheX?
      its the planned build i havnt actually got everything yet but why would the mem run lower than 1600mhz?
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