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Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by theonetruewill, Apr 21, 2008.

  1. theonetruewill New Member

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    Dr. Spankenstein - I need your memset screenshot- please repost.

    CPU-Z AND Memset screenshots are mandatory,
    incorrect screenshot = no scoreboard entry​
     
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    Lol, lookout! I've got some more aXeRam coming! Now, I'll be able to beat on a pair a little.:D
     
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    Looking forward to it my man! See if you can regain top spot on the Max Speed scoreboard!
     
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    I wouldn't mind helping to keep it updated if you like. If i quote the first post, edit it and PM the new list to you, you can simply copy/paste the new list.
     
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    I don't need help right at the moment, but thanks, I may take you up on your offer as I am obviously unable to keep up with the demand some people in this thread require.
     
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    Doing a good job so far mate ;)

    Just drop me a PM if you're too busy, or going away or something.
     
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    boo ya

    11317 read
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    46.8ns latency!!
     

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    feckin nice mate!! holy crap!
     
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    I will update soon - so get your screenshots in :)
     
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    Last day reminder for updates.
     
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    yeah when i bought my 1066 kit the 1200's were already discontinued...

    i wish they were still around so i could get 1400MHz. i think my mobo maxes at 1392 or something. oh well, would be sick anyway.
     
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    Ohh you guys are going to get me in on this, I'll see what kinda numbers I can get tonight when I get off work here... If I can hit 1400 I'm going to take a ss and post them on ebay.

    I've had them to 1000 @ 1.95 so far, going to have to find my ram fans.
     
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    Ocz Xtc Ftw
     
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    I'll update as soon as you get your results in mate.
     
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    you should make a new section for read and write bandwidth

    i think I'd take the cake so far. :cool:
     
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    P4-630 The Way It's Meant to be Played

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    4x1Gb Geil pc6400 Ultra 4-4-4-12 @ 960MHz , 2.3V

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    Will have a new entry next week... My Dad's build will be finished (Q6600, Asus P5N32-E, 2X1 OCZ Platinum XTC 1066) That kit should hit near 1300mhz on that board :)
     
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    Hey guys, would you say 2.2v on RAM be ok for everyday 24/7 running?
     
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    2.395v with a fan here :)

    Used to use 2.2v no fan. No problems.
     
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    cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    2.2v is not an issue but 2.395v kills D9s pretty fast even with a fan
     
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    Gotcha ;). So its safe to say 960mhz 5-4-4-13 2.2v is safe? Not only to mention thats rock stable.
     
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    How does this look?
     

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    Try to run the lowest voltages possible, even if safe... My kit is rated 2.1v-2.2v I have them OC'd by 267mhz running 2.0v, less than stock. I checked yer specs... OCZ kits seem to be able to run slick on lower Voltage. Worth a try:)
    EDIT: Have seen more than a few recommendations on OCZ forums to try lower voltages even when running within spec
    EDIT2: If you've already tried this... looks like I have a little wasted realestate on this thread :)
     
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    cdawall where the hell are my stars

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    yea but your ram clocked alot like mine have you tried 960@ 4-4-4-12 2.3v
     
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