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Finally had time to get my FX-4170 and Samsung 30 nm RAM dialed in. This score puts me in 6th place in the AMD MaxxMEM rankings when you remove the 3 DICE/LN2 scores on the list. Pretty sure this is the highest score running 16 GB.(Edit: is actually second place for 16 GB scores). Gotta love RAM that performs this well for so cheap, and now that I am sporting a modern FX CPU this stuff really shines.smile.gif
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Now that I have had a couple of weeks to tune this FX-4170 I have something worth submitting for the MaxxMEM rankings here. CPUZ appears to be functioning correctly with the exception of the core voltage reading, it is actually 1.41 volts.


AMD FX-4170
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16 GB Samsung MV-3V4G3D 4x4GB @ 1890 Mhz 8-9-9-21

Not too shabby considering I am running 16 GB. I know I can score a bit higher if I pull out 2 sticks, could probably crack the 13 GB/s mark, but this is my normal gear setup and my new 24/7 settings. All auto voltages, all power saving features, Cool n Quiet, and Turbo ON. smile.gif
Are you guys are going to leave my old Phenom score on the page for future reference?



FX-4170 & Samsung 30 nm $47/8GB FTW! thumb.gif

Edited by Jagged_Steel - 7/28/12 at 6:49am
    
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My crucial rams are better

That is truly fascinating. Did they cost less too?

P.S> And my fan club grows! Don't forget to get a name badge at the table by the door.

And for crying out loud: One of you guys needs to open a window in there and let some of the stinky hot air out. thumb.gif
Edited by Jagged_Steel - 7/28/12 at 10:58am
    
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Finally had time to get my FX-4170 and Samsung 30 nm RAM dialed in. This score puts me in 6th place in the AMD MaxxMEM rankings when you remove the 3 DICE/LN2 scores on the list. Pretty sure this is the highest score running 16 GB.(Edit: is actually second place for 16 GB scores). Gotta love RAM that performs this well for so cheap, and now that I am sporting a modern FX CPU this stuff really shines.smile.gif

thats not bad at all for 16gb of ram the new bulldozer cpus are good at supporting new higher clocked memory Ive had a pair of Ripjaws (8gb) up to 2260mhz 9-11-10-28 1.65v on my old FX8120

going to see if my set of 2400mhz 9-11-11-28 Team Xtreems will run on my 8150 when it gets in on monday might even see what my hypers will do on there
Edited by racer86 - 7/28/12 at 12:08pm
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that's great. you blowing below zero air over the heatsink?
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thats not bad at all for 16gb of ram the new bulldozer cpus are good at supporting new higher clocked memory Ive had a pair of Ripjaws (8gb) up to 2260mhz 9-11-10-28 1.65v on my old FX8120
going to see if my set of 2400mhz 9-11-11-28 Team Xtreems will run on my 8150 when it gets in on monday might even see what my hypers will do on there

ripjaws x will achieve 2400mhz with stock voltage @ 10-11-12-24... at least it is why i achieved...
     
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ripjaws x will achieve 2400mhz with stock voltage @ 10-11-12-24... at least it is why i achieved...

RJX? maybe jawZ. smile.gif
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ripjaws x will achieve 2400mhz with stock voltage @ 10-11-12-24... at least it is why i achieved...

nice which model were you using?
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that's great. you blowing below zero air over the heatsink?

Those were done on my bench witn no air flow basiclly lol also no sub zero temps at the time that was with the cpu at stock Ill have some sub zero runs with my 8150 up later ill check my 2400mhz models and see what they can do under normal circumstances as well
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anything over 1866mhz on the ram is simply not needed unless your using it for a ram drive or something.

overall tighter timings result in better performance.
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RJX? maybe jawZ. smile.gif

nope... ripjaws x... pretty sure...
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2421988
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nice which model were you using?

Ripjaws X 2133 C9 (the blue ones..)

maybe i can get it to work @ 2500mhz but i think i have to adjust voltages... and with ram voltage, im not so good
     
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nope... ripjaws x... pretty sure...
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2421988
Ripjaws X 2133 C9 (the blue ones..)
maybe i can get it to work @ 2500mhz but i think i have to adjust voltages... and with ram voltage, im not so good

Those were the ones that I ran at 2260 stock timings and voltage i think a slight voltage bump would have netted 2300 cl9 there great sticks
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