My name is Dave
- Apr 10, 2006
- 16,546 (3.87/day)
- Parkland County, Alberta
|Processor||Intel i7-6700K (ES)|
|Motherboard||MSI Aegis TI|
|Cooling||Custom Dragon Cooler|
|Memory||16 GB Kingston HyperX 2133 MHz C13|
|Video Card(s)||2x MSI GAMING GTX 980|
|Storage||2x Intel 600P|
|Case||MSI Aegis Ti|
|Mouse||MSI Interceptor DS B1|
|Keyboard||MSI DS4200 GAMING Keyboard|
|Software||Windows 10 Home|
Sadly that is how many of us think of you... If you find it funny, great for you... keep on publishing articles as these, we will enjoy it from the sideline...
Good. I think competitive OC is killing the enthusiast industry. So if you guys don't like my reviews, that's perfect in my books. you're misleading the industry for personal gain, anyway, by pushing competitive OC. This is why board makers are more focused on gamers now...extreme OC is great, but is just a niche of a niche, and no minority should control the interests of the majority without letting the majority voice their opinion.
Really your reply makes me even wonder harder if you ever really explored timings, let alone contacted Ry. I'm really looking forward to this guide you put together.
Wow do we really need 2.1volts to beat your 3100MHzC12 single sides MFR performance ?... Maybe we did something wrong and can do it with far lower VDimm and beat you in efficiency in everything except raw MHz...
MFR is great for binning IMC and CPUs for those hardcore runs. the lower voltage required to scale up the frequency makes MFR perfect for pre-testing for LN2. Also great to test and see how well BIOSes are tuned. If you read my conclusion, I simply said that this memory is a great testing tool, but not for everyone. You seem to imply I think everyone should buy this ram...and I don't.
Just so you see I even talked to dumo about these comments.