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Originally Posted by CL3P20 View Post

great results. *curious are those Kingston ES MFR with XMP 3200 C16? Ive wondered what mine will do on SKL.. yessir.gif

Yeah mate,they are the 3200 ES mfr,seems they fly on skylake...might buy few cheap retail kits soon try them on cold too,was a enjoyable session smile.gif


You should test yours out on skylake too CLEP
post #2112 of 2130
Great work @Bullant, more than 1900MHz on MFR is outstanding thumb.gif
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This is two 2666C15 I binned for mem frequency, top 2 out of more than two dozen sticks - nothing special in 32M

post #2114 of 2130
They look good aero,seem trcd-trp strong
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More MFR yessir.gif





This one with couple tighter sub timings,was little faster but not to be tonight
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Ran couple 4-5Ghz runs on Z97 with my Pentium and memory ive only tested couple times on cold,OS was set up for skylake but still seem ok I guess

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post #2117 of 2130
Nice results bull thumb.gif

Some testing with 6600k and a SN1549 Ripjaws set:

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Nice man another new kit hey
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Had bit of time today to try this board,will play with some more timings and bios soon along with fresh OS






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Looks pretty good smile.gif

I wish there was a way to get hands on the LN2 SOC Force, too bad that's not happening
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