Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by itsakjt, Jun 27, 2013.
what about if you linked to the post (or even just had the post number) from the table?
that way we could all see all the info we wanted with ease and still keep the table as clean and easy to read as possible?
not that i want to be an arse, but i am doing it anyway
are using beta clients which could throw out different results.
Table is updated and includes all scored as submitted till now. Check first post and report any errors if any.
I think this sould be stick
My main desktop. Memory is a bit screwed in single channel mode until I get around to RMAing a bad ram module I have.
this is from my new build in progres
The Sunfire X2200.
Gonna run it again with nothing open in the background
summerclocks with C1 enabled, still working on getting those ramsticks to 1866.... anyone have some tips how i can achieve that speed ?. i've tried playing with mem timings and I/O voltage and System agent voltage but it seems nothin seems to get it to boot @ 1866
loose the command rate from 1 to 2
so far so good jajajaj
on air cooling
New 2400C9 kit.
d1nky drop your timings
you drop your timings
these were stock at 2133mhz
and the best results are at this speed i find, and the timings allow me to carry my ram up to 2600mhz and higher cpunb
yeah but i bet you could get better with tghter timings
not worth it, soon newer versions will come out and it will become useless.
Excellent. Added to table.
After a newer version comes out, a different table will be made and the old one will be kept too. It will make a good database. It will continue.... And it is not a huge work too If I am updated regularly as I am now.
good work on this thread. thanks for making it. best thing ive seen to compare RAM/timings/overclocks.
genuinely invaluable! bigger the database the better!
and if it make it to sticky it would help a lot for people with same configurations
Is it just me but these benches ARE WAY DIFFERENT from the AIDA v2?
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