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What's the spec on those sticks?

4133 c19 is the XMP and they easily run 4000 c15 and 4133 c16 tight if you have a capable IMC.

Monster sticks can't even imagine what 4400 c19 bin would be like.
post #6632 of 8083
Wow... With all of those crazy possibilities, where are you finding best XTU scores? Still in the 3800 range like AFR or as high as they go?
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Wow... With all of those crazy possibilities, where are you finding best XTU scores? Still in the 3800 range like AFR or as high as they go?

Hard to say with out testing the above under LN2, but on air I think it's safe to say Samsung is a solid choice for a well rounded kit of ram (high mhz, tight timings) the only negative might be that they don't scale as well on cold like AFR which work epic under cold.

Missed refilling today so try again on Monday and hope to give these a go, just been swamped with work / life atm.
post #6634 of 8083
Are there other OC bios for z170OCF? found 1.50 on asrock website bot wondering if there is an LN2 special one like z97OCF.
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Are there other OC bios for z170OCF? found 1.50 on asrock website bot wondering if there is an LN2 special one like z97OCF.

No special bios here, I just snagged the latest one that Nick posted @ XS in the thread which was 1.43G it cycles much faster than all prior bioses and clocks memory equally to 1.42c on air so give it a try thumb.gif
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Anyone has the new G-Skill memory modules?
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Geil Dragon 2x4GB 3333 16-16-16 1.35V , Hynix based but I'm not 100% sure if it's AFR, MFR or something else.







test results are here ( post #3 ):
http://www.overclockers.com/forums/showthread.php/764835-GEIL-8GB-%28-2x4GB-%29-DDR4-3333-CL16-1-35V-GWW48GB3333C16DC

I was testing them on MSI Z170I Gaming Pro AC ( ITX board ) which has clearly some problems at higher voltages with Hynix memory. There is only 1 BIOS so maybe MSI will release something good for this board soon.

Anyway 3000 15-15-15 /3200 16-16-16 at 1.20V look pretty good. Also something like 3333 15-15-15 1.35V is better than any of my MFR could do ( and most were pretty good ).

At 3333+ and 1.48V or higher with any Hynix memory, board is shutting down. If you have any tips how to make it work then I can try and push it at higher voltage. So far tests only up to 1.45V.
Samsung works fine up to 1.65V+ on the same board and boots @4000 in dual channel but my Samsung kit isn't the best and can barely pass anything at this frequency.
post #6638 of 8083
^
^

Look like MFR ICs.

AFR ICs small than MFR ICs.

AFR



MFR

post #6639 of 8083
Well..

Bye Bye MFR
Bye Bye AFR

Hello there Samsung E-die



Disclaimer:- Screen not mine.
Taken from here:- http://forum.hwbot.org/showpost.php?p=411982&postcount=33


For Spi32m AFR still has the edge, other things we'll see.
Edited by rt123 - 10/5/15 at 8:05am
post #6640 of 8083
AFR and Samsung are so close on air it's a crapshoot, the difference is Samsung is a bit more flexible and AFR seems to scale very well with cold and isn't retail (yet) so pick your poison.

Also why is 3600 c13 faster than 3600 c12 on the post you linked rt?
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