Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by itsakjt, Jun 27, 2013.
^Roger that. Added.
Can you add my results in the table i did previously? And why don't you sort out it from highest to lowest
I just added them. Please note your CPU model is not specified. And you can sort it in anyway you like. Wait for the page to load fully. Just click on the respective fields on the top and it will be sorted according to that.
Just tried this. Really buggy on the order.
You are using a Beta version. I request you to use the last stable release so I can add it to the table. After a new stable release is released, a new table will be made.
No idea. Works good for me. Anyways, this is the best I can get so far. _JP_ helped me with it. If I find any other good and easy method to make it better, I will do it.
You said latest version, not latest non-beta.
Thanks for the tip. Info added. And very good scores.
HP 430 Notebook with Intel Pentium Dual Core B960. This is why I like Intel. An entry level CPU having such a good IMC.
Here's from my old relic....
Here is my update.
When I went to 4 GHz my bus speed somehow went down from 100.1 to 99.8 MHz so my memory speeds went down a bit. Latency is better though.
My CPU needs 1.29 V for 40x ... any higher it gets difficult to cool with $30 cooler.
Update please no more TRIAL version LOL
DAT MIND BOGGLING DIFFERENCE!
Way to lock-up specs, Intel...
LOL. You can overclock it using SetFSB.
EDIT: I found a difference. The Samsung one has 5-5-5-13. Your Toshiba has 5-5-5-15.
LOL specially the L1 cache numbers I was expecting some more differences between two different brands!
Also have you noticed the two laptops have almost identical model numbers?
Samsung N250P and Toshiba NB250. Fishy. Seems they are making netbooks and laptops together as well besides ODD.
I wouldn't be surprised if the motherboard's OEM is the same.
Not really impressed by my scores but here's my 2133 Gskill running at 2400 1T on a crippled Gigabyte Z77 board (no vcore limits my CPU to 4.3ghz)
I was about to recommend running it at 2333Mhz @ 10-11-10-28 as opposed to 2400 at 11-12-11-29 since I think you have the same set that I do, but I don't think you have that dram ratio available since I have to run a 125Mhz BCLK strap to get it. Still pretty nice numbers though.
I can run 2133, 2200, 2400+ 2133 with tightened 10/11/10 - 29/1T timings, that nets me slightly better results
It gives you more bandwidth. The lower frequency gives your latency a slight hit, not that it makes a difference. Still some pretty sexy numbers. My G.Skill set is stock at 2133 @ 9-11-10-28.
what gskill set have you got?!
i can get down to about 10-10-10-29-39 2100mhz 1.75v
or i can get 11-12-11 2400mhz or 11-13-13 2600mhz (on a AM3+ platform)
p.s i got a new 24/7 oc and better scores so ill post them when i got time
I have these: G.SKILL Ripjaws Z Series 16GB (4 x 4GB) 240-Pin DD...
Dave did a review on them some time ago.
My memory is a bit unstable at 2400Mhz, even with looser timings, so I suspect I'm hitting limit with my IMC. 2333Mhz works pretty well though, I have no complaints.
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