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post #6711 of 8094
Tried OCX Tweaker for the first time, probably didn't do it right or gain any time. This was done on M8G with some Dominator 3000C14 sticks (MFR).



*EDIT* Looks like 10 second difference from a run on W7.


Edited by sabishiihito - 10/16/15 at 7:32am
post #6712 of 8094
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16gb ,1.6v (straight from bios/no OS tweaking )

Edited by coolhandluke41 - 10/16/15 at 7:53am
    
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^ Nices mems CHL

Working on proper comparison of which timing/freq is fastest. As CHL suggested the jump to 3866ish seems not the best better 3733 tight or 4000+ loose are better options.

For AFR Im 99% sure 3733 with proper tight timings is better than 4000+

As for AFR availability I agree it sucks, but to be honest I think MFR on ln2 is just as good for just about any bench besides XTU. You will loose maybe 10-15 points behind AFR on ln2. Atleast Kingston leaks good IC's on its 4x4gb $110 2666 Fury instead of charging $400+ biggrin.gif
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post #6715 of 8094
Further testing on Samsung E + Impact:

DDR4-3600 11-18-18-28-1T 1.88V (same volts as 3866 12-19-19)
DDR4-4000 13-20-20-28-1T 1.75V
DDR4-4133 13-21-21-28-1T 1.85V

From my quick testing,4000 C13 seems to be the sweetspot,need to further analyse this but this looks faster at first glance than either lower/tighter or higher/looser....





post #6716 of 8094
Great info!

FYI, i've just stuck the 3466 quads into x99. 3400-11-18-18-28-1t @ 1.81v. Only way is down from here, about 3420 is max. Couldn't get 1t as this freq till i played with bclk, not sure if z170 will be the same.
post #6717 of 8094
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websmile is doing 16gb biggrin.gifthumb.gif



EDIT;finally c13..why it took me so long ?.check out V biggrin.gif,I think I still prefer 16gb

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post #6718 of 8094
I'm starting to think i must have a seriously crap IMC on my current 6700k, there's no way mine will run 1t in quad at that speed, not even with xmp. Think i'll test on a different board before ruling it out.

He's also got a set of 3600's to test soon. biggrin.gifwink.gif
post #6719 of 8094
Depends on the board, and obviously if the memory is capable. The system agent doesn't really scale at all above 1.35v, though
post #6720 of 8094
Yeah, mems are capable. Plugged em into x99 and no problem at 3400. tried max of 1.25sa on z170, just no joy. I'll stick them in OCF and see if its the same deal. Quite liking them on x99 though!
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