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I'm on 4102 and seem to have no problems.

Only thing that doesn't work for me since the last few bios' is the Rampage Tweak Mode 2. I have to leave that on auto or prime95 instantly errors.

Tested 4.9GHz with 2400MHz ram recently on prime95 with only 1v for VTT and VCCSA. I use 1.65v for my ram. I'm pretty happy with my memory controller on this cpu.

"mode 2' is what I initially lost when I went from 3602 to 4004...then realized that there were other memory improvements I could make (ie tighter timings) that got me the same basic MemtweakIt score back and passed Intel XTU mem test - after some more tricks and frustration, I got mode 2 back, now with the faster timings...so in the end, I guess it was worth it to go to 4004 - though a bit of a time-waster
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Not as good as the triple I did on valley yesterday laughingsmiley.gif
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How is everyone getting on with the new 4102 what a flash WOW that was a first two reboots seems to be worth it so far running all my clocks.. Up and screaming!!!!
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Hey, I found a good solution for VRM's backplate cooling!




Enzotech MST-88 (I have changed it slightly). If you have enough space there, it's a good choice. As thermal interface it will be double-sided tape or a good thermal adhesive. Also you need to drill dozens of holes in front of it (on the right door) and your rear fan (even if it's slow, like in my case) will do the rest. If you have all your rads inside your case - it will be more than enough. I assume that you already have a water block on the front part of VRM.

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If you're running a C1 chip, those VTT and VCCSA volts are fine, but over 1.2v for the same voltages on a C2 chips is suicide.

I need 1v VCCSA and 1.1v VTT all the way up to 5.2GHz for 2400MHz ram cas9.

Sorry, I was wrong. First - yes, it (C2) can degrade (like mine). Second - not all CPU can hit 2400 MHz. My new 3930k can't with any voltages. And I have CMD16GX3M4A2400C9. So only 2133 or 2333 (125 strap/bclk). And my new CPU can reach only 4,7 GHz with 1,4V, for 4,8 I need more than 1,42V. My previous 3930k (C2 too) could hit 2400 but it's too degraded now.

I have now third 3930k (BOX, like my first) still in a sealed box, but using second (OEM). I think it's better to return boxed CPU it into the store? I mean, do I need 4,8 GHz and 2400 MHz of RAM (if in this box I will find a good chip)?
Of course I need 24/7 without any power saving features.
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Sorry, I was wrong. First - yes, it (C2) can degrade (like mine). Second - not all CPU can hit 2400 MHz. My new 3930k can't with any voltages. And I have CMD16GX3M4A2400C9. So only 2133 or 2333 (125 strap/bclk). And my new CPU can reach only 4,7 GHz with 1,4V, for 4,8 I need more than 1,42V. My previous 3930k (C2 too) could hit 2400 but it's too degraded now.

I have now third 3930k (BOX, like my first) still in a sealed box, but using second (OEM). I think it's better to return boxed CPU it into the store? I mean, do I need 4,8 GHz and 2400 MHz of RAM (if in this box I will find a good chip)?
Of course I need 24/7 without any power saving features.

being a noob, I hope you tolerate this question:

I am buying a RIVE with a 3930K and 32 Gigs of 2400 MHZ Ram (G-skill trident X series). You mention not being able to get 2400 MHZ out of your CPU - Am I missing something? I thought the CPU could go a lot faster than 2400 MHZ. AMI missing something here?
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RAM speed!, IMC can be different on every chip even from same series.
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RAM speed!, IMC can be different on every chip even from same series.
So am I buying a type of memory that I can't take full advantage of? Should I be buying a cheaper type?
post #5268 of 9802
no, having the ram rated faster is always better. But allot of things might prevent from reaching that rated speed.
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So am I buying a type of memory that I can't take full advantage of? Should I be buying a cheaper type?

32gb of ram @2400MHz is a tall order for any cpu's IMC.

But I'd still go for it and try and get those speeds. If you can't, just run 2133MHz with tighter timings and lower voltage. I bought 2666Mhz knowing full well that I won't get 2666MHz, but 2400MHz was very possible.

The 2666 kit was near the same price as the 2400MHz kit, so I went for the 2666 kit. It might also help me when I upgrade to a newer cpu architecture, that 2666Mhz will be a piece of cake.
    
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32gb of ram @2400MHz is a tall order for any cpu's IMC.

But I'd still go for it and try and get those speeds. If you can't, just run 2133MHz with tighter timings and lower voltage. I bought 2666Mhz knowing full well that I won't get 2666MHz, but 2400MHz was very possible.

The 2666 kit was near the same price as the 2400MHz kit, so I went for the 2666 kit. It might also help me when I upgrade to a newer cpu architecture, that 2666Mhz will be a piece of cake.

^^^ great advice if the budget fits...I knew my 32 GB 2400 kit from another machine and it ran there at up to > 2600 (it was the highest available TridentX speed when purchased). It's performing flawlessly at 2333 to > 2400 with the 3970X...if I need another kit, I'd go for 2666 or even 2800 if the latter's price comes down a bit with Haswell out. smile.gif
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