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Hey guys, I'm on the F11 bios and also having problems OCing my samsung ram anything past 1600mhz. I have it @ 1600 8-8-8-24 1t right now which is pretty nice but it bothers me that I cant push the frequency haha. Should I update to f15? Also, where can i find the changelog for these new beta BIOS'? I can't find it on the tweaktown link anywhere.
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yea update your BIOS. That is odd you should deff be able to do at least 2000mhz.
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That's what I'm trying to find out. I've ran the test using speakers on the back of the board and earphones on the front of my case and I get the same results.

The results are HEAVILY dependant on software. So disable all software effects wink.gif that is what i always do. B/c surround sound will kill RMAA. Any type of mic boost or bass boost or effect will kill it too. You also make sure to set your bit rate and stuff the same as what you are testing. i froget if MIC to headphone jack is better or to line in.

I don't run RMAA unless the thing turn green form red, which is hard to do with all modern boards, unless they just don't come with anything other than standard driver.
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

The results are HEAVILY dependant on software. So disable all software effects wink.gif that is what i always do. B/c surround sound will kill RMAA. Any type of mic boost or bass boost or effect will kill it too. You also make sure to set your bit rate and stuff the same as what you are testing. i froget if MIC to headphone jack is better or to line in.
I don't run RMAA unless the thing turn green form red, which is hard to do with all modern boards, unless they just don't come with anything other than standard driver.

Thanks dude,

I was on "[MME] Wave Wrapper" and after changing it to "[Win Sound] Speakers (Realtek High Definition Audio) @ 16bit 96khz I got the following results:
Quote:
Frequency response (from 40 Hz to 15 kHz), dB
+0.06, -0.14
Very good
Noise level, dB (A)
-91.7
Very good
Dynamic range, dB (A)
91.7
Very good
THD, %
0.0065
Very good
THD + Noise, dB (A)
-69.0
Average
IMD + Noise, %
0.041
Good
Stereo crosstalk, dB
-90.1
Excellent
IMD at 10 kHz, %
0.034
Good
General performance

Very good

I am using ancient crap speakers atm since I don't have the money for new ones (I desperatly need a new 1TB HDD) so I'm not sure if they could affect the audio by any way.

But thanks for the info. More +rep coming your way.
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What's a solid 8gb set of RAM you guys would recommend for the ud3h and that will fit under a hyper 212? Thanks.

Thinking about a set of these, but I don't see it on the supported memory list:

F3-12800CL9D-8GBSR2

If those won't work I'll likely get these instead:

F3-14900CL9D-8GBSR
Edited by BabyBurke - 8/22/12 at 9:52pm
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What's a solid 8gb set of RAM you guys would recommend for the ud3h and that will fit under a hyper 212? Thanks.

Samsung Green
? They overclock very good (2133Mhz+).
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Samsung Green
? They overclock very good (2133Mhz+).

Wow, those are small!

Would you recommend those over the gskill ones I posted? Thanks.

EDIT: I didn't see the samsung ones on the memory support list, will they still be compatible?

EDIT2: It doesn't seem like ncix sells the samsung set. frown.gif I would prefer to purchase from there since I'm planning on buying all parts at once from the same place.
Edited by BabyBurke - 8/22/12 at 9:57pm
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G.Skill are fine. They won't overclock as good though.

Memory support list isn't full. Most of the time you won't have any compatibility issues. Many people here use Samsung Green with these GB boards, and they work fine. With the latest BIOS they also overclock better.
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Corsair Vengeance Low Profile sticks will fit as well, they come in black, blue and white, the white model is low voltage.

NewEgg is out of them atm, but amazon has them in stock.


Corsair Low Profile

Edited by Skullwipe - 8/22/12 at 10:18pm
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Has there been a BIOS update to fix the issue of BCLK reading as 100.9 (in my case) even if it's set at 100?
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