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    No more full Ven ID in 1.12 please?

    Well, that's OK. I can still use 1.10 and good that it has fixed OpenCL crash. The reason I asked for older appearance was because I just think it looked beautiful and I always appreciated minimal yet perfect fit informative per space square. Thank you for your utility!
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    No more full Ven ID in 1.12 please?

    Hello, I hope that in new version 1.12 you will go back to classic Ven ID mode because guys with GTX 970 can use 1.11 whenever they want. I ask for this because it just looked better with Vendors name and ID than full line of numbers and symbols. Hope you consider this or at least some settings...
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    GPU-z bug in voltage sensors report

    Hi. I must say there is a bug. I find it for Fermi-based mobile GPU and new versions of GPU-z, while older versions show fine. GPU: at least 570M but possibly other mobile Fermis BUG: when at P0 voltage sensor shows it being at 0.9V when...
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    NVIDIA Disables GeForce GTX 900M Mobile GPU Overclocking with Driver Update

    I knew there are many didiots who own desktop and just afraid of mobile GPU performance so they attack notebook owners with limited sense. Crying that notebooks can't be overclocked anyway. But I just didn't know that there are SO MANY!
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    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    CPU-z NEVER shows valid numbers in that table. At least for 1600MHz RAM and above. Talking about to what timings and frequency can nowadays Samsung RAM come you need to watch this:) It is set to 1.5V in BIOS though. And this RAM has 30nm chips with D letter at the end. MSI GE60 with I5. Not...
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    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    Can you add my results in the table i did previously? And why don't you sort out it from highest to lowest:D
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    Share your AIDA 64 cache and memory benchmark here

    Is it just me but these benches ARE WAY DIFFERENT from the AIDA v2?
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    SPDTool: Read, Edit and Flash your Memory's SPD

    up4i5, Remember this schedule of how important characteristics are: 1. Size of RAM (till 8GB for usual user on Windows 7 x64). 2. Frequency of RAM. 3. Timings. In your case you better save money for 2x4GB OR at least 1 4GB stick to make it 6GB total. As for timings... from 6 to 4 is very...
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    SPDTool: Read, Edit and Flash your Memory's SPD

    @sonlnyshok, I see. At this time I suggest you flash my profile and stick with 1 4GB module then. looks like it's either personal incompatibility which is impossible to solve or troubles wit motherboard/chipset. You may try to use another 4GB stick with your one. In fact I would do it anyway =...
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    SPDTool: Read, Edit and Flash your Memory's SPD

    RAM which is coming with laptop/PC usually is protected. Here is text so you could type it. It would take some time for me to create spd profile so better if you work for yourself too:) Did you read somewhere about CPU-z? Are you russian? Try to fix checksum, if it will not be changed then...
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    SPDTool: Read, Edit and Flash your Memory's SPD

    Challenge accepted:D Don't touch anything there. I would edit 4GB module because it is slower one. In case of bad flash you can (at least other did) to hot plug RAM module when being in BIOS and then do not save and reboot. Or just hot plug in 2 seconds after POST And then flash it back. What...
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    SPDTool: Read, Edit and Flash your Memory's SPD

    2 minutes ago first time I flashed RAM. And after modding some settings (tRC) I fixed checksum using SPDTool. If you open anything via Taiphoon Burner you will see red digits and symbols. They are checksum of SPD data. every time you change smth there checksum must be different.
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    SPDTool: Read, Edit and Flash your Memory's SPD

    @peterspenсer just don't forget about checksums. Original dump is here. It has 1866Mhz JEDEC of course. Anyway if anyone wants to read more about Corsair's possibilities or look couple How-To videos you can visit this thread and read first post.
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    Corsair Announces Vengeance High-Performance Memory for Laptops

    Actually it is not so true. 1-st Gen I-7 use 1333Mhz speed while Corsair Vengeance (at least first which came) don't have support for 1333Mhz JEDEC. Only for 1066Mhz. So I-7 will not have any advantage... Unless someone reflash it;)
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    SPDTool: Read, Edit and Flash your Memory's SPD

    Corsairs are flashable. But stupid Corsair engineers didn't add support for CL7 and CL8 in their sticks and therefore people will have big advantage if they have only 1-st gen I-3 and 1-stgen I-5 (1066Mhz) but not I-7 (1333Mhz). Therefore you need to reflash it with proper image. I can send...
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