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SO this is JUST for showing off, just like I showed off 3GHz with 4-DIMMs with 16GB! lol, it has no practical benching uses b/c you would never bench with all 4DIMMs(the probability of having one stick OC less than the others increases as you increase memory stick count). There is also no practical uses for OCing memory for a 24/7 RIG or anything really especially not over 2800mhz which is easy to do on Z77 and IB, easy. Plus they don't even make memory that OCes that high, highest rated will be 2800mhz from team group and g,skill the memory i posted wasn't some random kit either.

Go run 32m pi with 2 dimms then again with 4. If you still aren't convinced go run any kind of 3D test on Llano with 2 dimms, then again with 4. Then come back and say there is no use for 4 dimms. wink.gif

Going real heavy on the Anandtech and Asus bashing lately huh rolleyes.gif You do know spelling 'Anandtech' and 'Borandi' wrong each time you bash them in an Anandtech thread wont stop it coming up in the search? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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this whole "ASUS T-Topology" has peeked my interest.. was gonna do a UD5H now I may think again. good info.... and thx !!! thumb.gif
    
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Mine max @ 2840 4X4GB on 3570 E0 air and Z77deluxe, more mhz. then post code reader will show 23 which is cpu fail to init.

I'm pretty sure is not the board or rams, but probly max out IMC on cpu. Ofc it will be higher with cold.

I just hope retail cpus will have best of both worlds....Mhz and IMC, just day dreaming. lol
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this whole "ASUS T-Topology" has peeked my interest.. was gonna do a UD5H now I may think again. good info.... and thx !!! thumb.gif
Sin is going to try to stop you lachen.gif
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Go run 32m pi with 2 dimms then again with 4. If you still aren't convinced go run any kind of 3D test on Llano with 2 dimms, then again with 4. Then come back and say there is no use for 4 dimms. wink.gif

so what have you discovered?
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yes I am interested too, because IDK i never knew people benched SPI with 4 DIMM???????? Maybe with 2 GB modules it helps?
    
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Anyone any tests?
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did i just c asus agent here??lol... how come i didn't c any agents jumps out when someone had problem with asus rma,or support problems, but here defendinh asus with this..
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No matter what Sin says, we put a huge amount of work into this. We did not use Intel's stock layout and modelled the layout to ensure that we extended the 4 DIMM OC margins of the platform. All Z77 boards get T-Branch while the ROG boards are optimized further still. We don't just change VRMs on boards and leave it at that. Like all vendors we do have time constraints to work to, but we do have resources at our disposal that allow us to cram more of this kind of work into our designs.
The funny thing about Sin's post is that he does not even know what T-Branch is.

LoL Owned!

But really, I read like 1/2 way through his post before I started to doze off since he was going off on a completely different tangent.

Since the Skew of the DDR usage has been around and was messed with back when I got this X48 (and probably before but I didn't see it near as tweakable or as much), this is sort of an OC game changer is it not? Not having to adjust for syncing the "farther out" memory will make things a bit easier to go higher for some I assume.

As I am still catching up on Z77 vs X79 stuff. Is the Quad channel design just laid out in a 2X fassion (2X the SB Duel Channel design) or am I off here?
     
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so what have you discovered?
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yes I am interested too, because IDK i never knew people benched SPI with 4 DIMM???????? Maybe with 2 GB modules it helps?

I figured it was common knowledge that loading the dimms gives a little efficiency boost in Spi?

http://hwbot.org/submission/2266845_aristidis_superpi_32m_core_i7_2600k_5min_34sec_687ms
http://hwbot.org/submission/2266004_perica_barii_superpi_32m_core_i7_2600k_5min_34sec_938ms

And as Llano is using system memory, a small boost can be had in 3D there too. I guess z77 is the same.

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As for higher clocks in a daily system, ram caching springs to mind..


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did i just c asus agent here??lol... how come i didn't c any agents jumps out when someone had problem with asus rma,or support problems, but here defendinh asus with this..


Raja isn't an RMA guy but I believe he has helped in the past.
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