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that screene just took all the air out of me for the entire weekend (it just shows how bad my set is )
nice run Sam thumb.gif

EDIT;@ Sam ..A-DATA AX3U2000XB2G9-EF (good or bad ?)
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This run took 1.97V, but I believe it should also be possible at 1.93-1.94.
As the board was giving "55"s out on random and I was in front of live crowd, I had to push a little more voltage in just to make sure I don't fail.

EDIT: Vengeance Extreme is nothing more than a prestige product with no real-life applications.

Thanks for the voltage info and your take on the Vengeance Extreme kit.
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EDIT;@ Sam ..A-DATA AX3U2000XB2G9-EF (good or bad ?)
I had a set back in 2009 and it sucked. Very recently there was a set on German ebay with 1200 7-10-7 1.80V result listed.
So I guess these vary a lot.
post #924 of 8077
Cool, thanks for all the help Sam.

Just outta curiosity, I read somewhere today (probably here, lol) that a code '23' on my asus mvf means that the IMC failed to initialize at the set speed... Does that mean, I could set some crazy loose timings, like CL13 or 14, crank up the dimm volts a bit... say 1.7 or a little higher. Then just keep upping my ram speed until I see that '23' error code to find the limit of my IMC?... The reason I ask, is that I managed to boot into windows at 2600 CL10,12,12,36 @1.75v today (albeit not stable at all, lol)... So I think my IMC/RAM is capable of doing a stable 2400, I just need to find the right timings/volts, does my reasoning sound logical?
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Your welcome to come test what you have learn t and test your skills in here, thumb.gif
http://www.overclock.net/t/1300766/super-pi-32m-4ghz-efficiency-challenge
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what's the point of all those reference voltages that are ~.75v that i see by the ram voltage section? If raising them is unnecessary what about just lowering them, i mean all voltages low as possible is best right?

Like my ram maxes out at about 49*C, and as I understand, 50*C is the max temp for ram 24/7 overclock (but it's not a huge concern? i mean i've never seen 50+ and usually im at low 40s). So by lowering these erroneous voltages, I could raise my vram voltage to like 1.8, 1.85, and maybe push an even higher/tighter overclock.

On a side note, check this out. Same secondary, tertiaries in both (the big image is my famed 2400mhz cl8-12-8-28 1T 1.75v overclock). I just wanted to see what would be better, 2200mhz on CL7 vs 2400mhz 8-12-8-28 as I've managed. Just to make sure that my overclock meant something, that loosening my ram a bit wasn't just a huge loss in performance and was at the exact same place I was. 2200 7-10-8-27 isnt anywhere near stable (few crashes during the test, and yes at 1.75v still), it's basically just my default ram timings stepped up to 2200 so I could compare 2200 mhz CL7 vs 2400 CL8-12-8-28.






As you can see, a huge performance boost in my 2400 CL8 over 2200 CL7 (and very big over 2000 7-10-8-27). So now I can rest easy that my ram overclock and timings are as fast as I can possibly get them. I think I pointed out to someone else, as a rule of thumb in overclocking for each step up in speed you dont want to loosen all major timings more than once (in my case, i loosened cl 7 to 8, and the 2nd from 10 to 12 but 3rd stayed same, 4th was up only one when usually it moves by 2-3 because it's such a large number ie ~28).

Within the month I'll be doing some benches, to show how much of a difference this is in streaming+gaming. I'll probably compare 2400 CL8 vs 2000 CL7 vs 1600 CL9, see if a major ram overclock like this by buying ram smartly results in a big performance boost or not.

Edited by Bullant - 3/22/13 at 4:56am
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just fooling around during a live event/demo, everything is retail and on normal air

Wow and on MSI board, looks like c6 is working well.

You think TWCL can run at 7 or 6 with cold?
Edited by 636cc of fury - 3/23/13 at 12:19am
post #927 of 8077
If you manage to avoid Mpower's random "55" issues, then it clocks PSC as well as (if not better due to better 2V+ stability) an ROG board so I can't see why that wouldn't be possible.
post #928 of 8077
Quick tests dommies C10 @ 2917 Cas9 with -13C~-5C



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post #929 of 8077
Impressive clocks centvalny and a nice imc
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Thanks Bullant:)

Trying to find sweet spot with subzero on these C10 sticks.

It gave lot of "55" and stuck @ loops 6~10ish if colder than -15C
Edited by centvalny - 3/24/13 at 2:08am
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