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post #161 of 2130
Got bit more out of it,
Bullant_7M 56.031 [3770K] Ram @ 1230~7-11-7-28
Edited by Bullant - 10/1/12 at 5:51am
post #162 of 2130
Nice work Bullants, some seriously nice ram there bro. BBSE or PSC?

Keep pushing!
post #163 of 2130
Hey mate thanks, i think it mite be bbse,because it loves cold -190 and it loves volts 2+.I say if i put them on a asus or newer gigayte board and ran 26x muti on ram would help,tried to do 26x muti on ram but don't think the board or my cpu will allow it .I did read bbse will volt up to 2.4v and these would
Edited by Bullant - 10/1/12 at 6:21am
post #164 of 2130
Does overclocking your RAM improve the score or is it more dependent on the CPU?
post #165 of 2130
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Hey mate thanks, i think it mite be bbse,because it loves cold -190 and it loves volts 2+.I say if i put them on a asus or newer gigayte board and ran 26x muti on ram would help,tried to do 26x muti on ram but don't think the board or my cpu will allow it .

My PSC loves cold and volts too, 2+v and I can bench 2666 7-11-7 on an average IMC. Sounds like you're running PSC if you can't hit the 26x multi, common issue on the old UD3H and UD5H boards, I had the same issue. If you go with a UP board or Asus ROG then 2600+ PSC will open up for you. ASRock Z77 Formula board looks like a good mem clocker too.



@ K62-RIG - Biggest gains always come from more CPU clocks over ram clocks but you want both for an epic score. If you really work on tweaking though the difference between an untweaked run and tweaked run can be over 10 seconds, which is huge.
post #166 of 2130
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My PSC loves cold and volts too, 2+v and I can bench 2666 7-11-7 on an average IMC. Sounds like you're running PSC if you can't hit the 26x multi, common issue on the old UD3H and UD5H boards, I had the same issue. If you go with a UP board or Asus ROG then 2600+ PSC will open up for you. ASRock Z77 Formula board looks like a good mem clocker too.
@ K62-RIG - Biggest gains always come from more CPU clocks over ram clocks but you want both for an epic score. If you really work on tweaking though the difference between an untweaked run and tweaked run can be over 10 seconds, which is huge.

Thanks mate - let the tweaking begin. +rep.
post #167 of 2130
JJJC,
What do you think about the new ud7?,ill have to say the old ud3 is bullet proof wouldn't ya say? great learning board for ln2 and cheap.The 4gz challenge is addictive once ya start but fun
post #168 of 2130
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Thanks mate - let the tweaking begin. +rep.
That's the spirit!
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JJJC,
What do you think about the new ud7?,ill have to say the old ud3 is bullet proof wouldn't ya say? great learning board for ln2 and cheap.The 4gz challenge is addictive once ya start but fun

The UP7? Brilliant board, top tier and top class. I haven't played with it myself but I've seen the results and talked to some world class benchers about it and they all love it. Looks like a must have for sure.

UD3H is a bulletproof and fantastic board too, I was benching UD3 and UD5 for a while on Ivy and my only issue was that they had issues clocking PSC. Beyond that, awesome boards.

You don't have to tell me about low clock challenges being addictive, I must have spent about 100 hours on them now. I have some ln2 mem 32m results around on OCAU that I'll have to bring out here at some point, just waiting for somebody to get close. biggrin.gif
post #169 of 2130
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That's the spirit!
The UP7? Brilliant board, top tier and top class. I haven't played with it myself but I've seen the results and talked to some world class benchers about it and they all love it. Looks like a must have for sure.
UD3H is a bulletproof and fantastic board too, I was benching UD3 and UD5 for a while on Ivy and my only issue was that they had issues clocking PSC. Beyond that, awesome boards.
You don't have to tell me about low clock challenges being addictive, I must have spent about 100 hours on them now. I have some ln2 mem 32m results around on OCAU that I'll have to bring out here at some point, just waiting for somebody to get close. biggrin.gif

Yeah these rams may be PSC,just thought they mite have been bbse ,there normal timings are 2000,9-9-9-2.Yeah really need a another board to try and get that 26 multi .Think it be a long time b4 i get close to your score but ill keep trying:thumb:

Will waza drop abit too?
Edited by Bullant - 10/1/12 at 6:45am
post #170 of 2130

*Waza cut ~4sec for me off my submitted times.. still working on improving them. wink.gif

 

 I am battling 90F+ temps.. while you guys an your frozen ram.. lol. Cant wait to play with some liquid again.

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