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OMG dude, that is AWESOME!!! Congrats!! thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif

Is this with frozen memory, if so - or not, at what voltages did you have to run the memory?

Crazy cool to see this, thanks for sharing!!! biggrin.gifthumb.gif
    
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OMG dude, that is AWESOME!!! Congrats!! thumb.gifthumb.gifthumb.gif
Is this with frozen memory, if so - or not, at what voltages did you have to run the memory?
Crazy cool to see this, thanks for sharing!!! biggrin.gifthumb.gif

I'm pretty sure it's not and around (1.71v)
    
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Not having to freeze memory to get those speeds sounds great, if that's the case!! That will make benching memory so much easier, so I hope that's how it'll be!!

I wasn't worried about the voltages though, I'm not scared of that - I'll push 1.8+ on air, I was just curious since he didn't mention it. biggrin.gif
    
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Geez, imagine a RAMDisk on this.
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Imagine if you will, a world where RAM being this fast added anything to real world usage. tongue.gif
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Imagine if you will, a world where RAM being this fast added anything to real world usage. tongue.gif

If my real-world use is running benchmarks in the real world then I think it does.
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Imagine if you will, a world where RAM being this fast added anything to real world usage. tongue.gif

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looks like 2400Mhz is nothing now!tongue.gif
    
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post #20 of 57
I am not so sure about the memory running that speed on air, I just don't believe it was air cooled. And why is the core clock so low, also no source? So you saw someones validation, and you don't know crap about it? People need to quit citing themselves as sources when it's NOT their hardware and they don't know anything about it.
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