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post #3381 of 8090
I'm looking for better psc sticks, and found those ares locally without any oc result on them. Already grab the ares tho, and still doubt with OCZ. I'm affraid to get another BBSE, because I already have one that need alot of pain running 2400 7-10-7 22 @1.88v.

Now using 4x2gb ECO for daily setup, that surprisingly capable 2600 7-12-7 28 @1.88v on my friends MVIF, still amazed because on Z87X - OC can't do 2600 SPi32M stable with the same timing biggrin.gif (still looking the timing combination)

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post #3382 of 8090
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Originally Posted by Formula44 View Post

Need some info about the ic of these kit.

ares.jpg

OCZ.jpg

OCZ is bbse, apacer is psc right?

the apacer kit uses psc and pretty good psc which can run 2800c8 @2v air:thumb:
post #3383 of 8090
nice results

wish I could find some apacers
post #3384 of 8090
^^ Now i have to find an impact biggrin.gif
post #3385 of 8090
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Originally Posted by Formula44 View Post

Need some info about the ic of these kit.
http://s25.postimg.org/8x50bnbhn/OCZ.jpg
OCZ is bbse, apacer is psc right?
I thought for a long time that all OCZ 1600 7-7-7 1.65V rated kits are BBSE but recently I've seen a set with a completely different IC shape so the statement no longer holds.
OCZ were very chaotic with their IC selection, you can never be fully sure about what you're going to get.
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Originally Posted by Formula44 View Post

...still amazed because on Z87X - OC can't do 2600 SPi32M stable with the same timing biggrin.gif (still looking the timing combination)
Gigabyte Z87 boards are not good at clocking RAM.
I have a set of Samsung that does 32M at 1466 9-12-12 tight on ASUS and even MSI, but won't even POST at 1466 9-12-12 or 9-13-13 on Z87X-OC (1400 9-12-12 works fine) regardless of BIOS version and voltage.
Similar story for PSC. My best set had a struggle with 1300 8-12-8 using X05 or X08. 1333+ wouldn't even POST with both CPU and mems at -100.
post #3386 of 8090
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Originally Posted by Sam OCX View Post

Gigabyte Z87 boards are not good at clocking RAM.
I have a set of Samsung that does 32M at 1466 9-12-12 tight on ASUS and even MSI, but won't even POST at 1466 9-12-12 or 9-13-13 on Z87X-OC (1400 9-12-12 works fine) regardless of BIOS version and voltage.
Similar story for PSC. My best set had a struggle with 1300 8-12-8 using X05 or X08. 1333+ wouldn't even POST with both CPU and mems at -100.

Can i assume that ram that clocks well on gigaboards, always clocks better on rog? The Apacer clocks 8-10-8 tight 2nd and 3rd @1.7v on gigaboards, but struggle to get stability on 2600 @ 8-11-8/ 8-12-8 with any volts frown.gif.

Btw, does OCF clocks better than XOC on ram? Because i can get those boards for 2nd use cheaper than impact. I know that impact clocks best on ram.
post #3387 of 8090
If kit does 1200 8-10-8 tight at 1.7V then voltage headroom is clearly there for 1300+ on a proper board.
In some cases, you might be limited by IMC as there are Haswells that won't run 1300 with BBSE or PSC on air.

It's hard to say which board clocks mems the best, Impact isn't faultless either.
I've heard lots of good feedback about ASRock and they're the only boards on which people have ever done 1400 6-10-6, so I guess it could do better than Gigabyte.
post #3388 of 8090
new rejects:

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post #3389 of 8090
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Originally Posted by Sam OCX View Post

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

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Did you use any of the Asus ROG-specific DRAM settings for that BBSE run? Stuff like Latency Boundary, Latency Compensator, etc. And what were your IO/SA volts?
post #3390 of 8090
For BBSE I don't touch anything below tRDWR settings on the timings page. LB is Auto.
IO voltages were Auto around 1.15 both, SA was at 1.30 just to be on the safe side, ~1.2 is sufficient for a pass with my CPU.
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