Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by itsakjt, Jun 27, 2013.
New table created for latest version. Scores added.
@ 2200mhz CL9
Now with faster memory!
Scores added. Thanks for sharing. Keep the game on.
Updated results, light OC 4.0 GHz @1.155 V
Awesome scores there varand.
what about this one
Read and copy is low because some timings must be loose at 3065 mhz
Latency and write speeds are awesome. Values added.
new bios and enabled amd IOMMU which is disabled by default. wtf
scores went up!
will try a better one later. this was just a random run
Use the latest version please. Check first post for current version.
TPUs bench competition starts soon, hope to see some names on the stages
Been trying some different things with my OC to see how if it makes a difference, and this seems like a reasonable place to start.
Values are added. Note : Try to increase the IMC frequency i.e. the CPU/NB clock as much as possible. Increase voltage in slight increments and check for stability using Memtest 86 and Intel Burn Test. All the best.
Ive got it running at 2.5ghz atm, anything more and i hit some form of instability, however, im thinking thats coming from somewhere else, ill try leveling it with the HT and see how it goes with increased volts.
Oh yes, im using prime for stability/load testing. hadnt thought about memtest
not sure which table it falls into xD
not bad for a £50 kit
This kit http://www.corsair.com/en/memory-by...channel-ddr3-memory-kit-cmz8gx3m2a1866c9.html
It was a nightmare to fully stabilized this ram at 2133mhz. I finally did it at 1.525v. I wanted some decent voltage because it is for 24/7 use all components on air cooling.
I see that there is a new version.
Here's a run.
Good to see this thread is still alive. Your scores are added in the first post. Contact me for any discrepancies.
Me sharing after a long time. Memory size increased(8 GB Dual Channel Kingston HyperX), bandwidth slightly decreased, latency decreased.
2GB Partiot 1333 CL9
I have added your score. Please note that you are using AIDA 64 V3.20.2600 which was an old one. I have added your scores anyway. Those look excellent for a LGA 775 system.
@everyone- Please use the latest version of AIDA at the time when posting benchmarks here. Thank you.
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