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post #3351 of 8074
Retesting some PSC and BBSE numbers with 4.5GHz core/cache clocks:

bbse2o0uga.png psc2ejup7.png
post #3352 of 8074
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Originally Posted by Sam OCX View Post

Retesting some PSC and BBSE numbers with 4.5GHz core/cache clocks:

bbse2o0uga.png psc2ejup7.png

 

 Nice results Sam. 

 

 *From your testing.. is the noticed gain more likely from your lower tWR, or the tertiary set being tighter? I find it interesting that the Mem program is 'rating' the BBSE with better efficiency due to the tRFC ... yet Pi shows us differently does it not? :glasses

post #3353 of 8074
Left vs right tertiraries will gain you about 0.6s on average.
The Efficiency Score MemTweakIt pops out does not actually represent how fast memory settings are since it depends on not-so-important Refresh Interval (which you actually raise under benching) and doesn't depend on some of the secondaries.
Pi times done while memory binning are not directly comparable as I sometimes run/attempt the test multiple times in a row with different process histories.
post #3354 of 8074
After RMA , my BBSE change to EBSE biggrin.gif (xxxx0690xxxx)

post #3355 of 8074
So nice to bench pi, feels good bra thumb.gif

Triple channel fail lol will retest with Samsung and better PSC, guess 2000 c9 bin Flares aren't cutting it biggrin.gif

At that point it was a simple test to max clocks on this cpu as I have never ran it in XP.

First run


and then


followed by


and FIN!


ps when you see it brix shat;)


wat tongue.gif



Call me Mr. 25/8 biggrin.gif
Edited by 636cc of fury - 4/13/14 at 10:30pm
post #3356 of 8074
Crappy Hynix BFR (Ripjaws X 2133 9-11-9), won't do tRCD=11 at 2400 mad.gif

4930K47x100BCLKRipjawsX2133C91200MHz9-12-10-28-1TSuperPi32M_zpsba254a2f.jpg
post #3357 of 8074
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nice benching L0ud biggrin.gif
    
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post #3358 of 8074
Need some advice about samsung DH0-CK0, do they good clocker too? (target is 2600C10 <1.7v daily)
post #3359 of 8074
All of the Samsung 2Gbit D-rev chips (K4B2G0846D) are the same ICs; HCH9, BCK0 etc are just different speed/voltage bins from Samsung. I'm assuming you have some generic Samsung 1600MHz 1.5v so the overclockability is just a matter of luck. 2600C10 is most likely doable but the voltage needed could be anywhere from 1.60~1.80v depending on how good your modules are.
post #3360 of 8074
Thanks for the reply. I doubt about the oc-ability, now theyre gone. Pretty cheap tho, just 20$ per module redface.gif
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