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post #411 of 2130
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Originally Posted by CL3P20 View Post

I did on my Bloomfield rig.. pushing cas6 was a breeze when cold.. otherwise, they seemed to like 7-10-7-24 up to about 2300mhz with 1.72v.. tRAS wouldnt budge a notch..cold or not though.

Nice ,those timings and up to 2300 mhz on Bloomfield rig are good, the best thing about the ram it's good for lot of platforms hey
post #412 of 2130

sorry should have been more specific.. 2300mhz and those timings yes on SB.. Bloomfield I was pushing cas6 with RAM frozen though..around 2100mhz was fastest result I remember achieving. 

**and yes.. very flexible mem for lots of platforms. For Ivy, I would just increase cas to 8 and start where I left off with them on SB wink.gif

post #413 of 2130
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Originally Posted by CL3P20 View Post

sorry should have been more specific.. 2300mhz and those timings yes on SB.. Bloomfield I was pushing cas6 with RAM frozen though..around 2100mhz was fastest result I remember achieving. 
**and yes.. very flexible mem for lots of platforms. For Ivy, I would just increase cas to 8 and start where I left off with them on SB wink.gif

Yep still seems good clocks for SB too
post #414 of 2130
a little BBSE air run before cold;)

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Edited by 636cc of fury - 11/7/12 at 11:36pm
post #415 of 2130
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Originally Posted by 636cc of fury View Post

a little BBSE air run before cold;)
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Very nice loud awesome clocks man for air, is that 45.859? edit yep i can see it now.Im on a old PC little screen
How do you rate the OC formula compared to the Asus Extreme V in overclocking memory terms ,seeing you have used both?
if you don't mind me asking
Edited by Bullant - 11/7/12 at 11:51pm
post #416 of 2130
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Very nice loud awesome clocks man for air, is that 45.859? edit yep i can see it now.Im on a old PC little screen
How do you rate the OC formula compared to the Asus Extreme V in overclocking memory terms ,seeing you have used both?
if you don't mind me asking

I find the Asrock easier to clock memory, but the Asus MVE can run more vcore but in my case it is harder to stabilize, efficiency is a bit better too but not by much if you know how to run both boards.

My fastest 5ghz time is on the Asrock

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I also see you like to use vaseline as insulation, so I will say stay away from the Asus, as all the boards I have insulated with vaseline have massive 55 problems.

Really can't go wrong with either one, but I would save the cash get the Asrock and maybe a MVG for about the same price.
post #417 of 2130
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Originally Posted by 636cc of fury View Post

I find the Asrock easier to clock memory, but the Asus MVE can run more vcore but in my case it is harder to stabilize, efficiency is a bit better too but not by much if you know how to run both boards.
My fastest 5ghz time is on the Asrock
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I also see you like to use vaseline as insulation, so I will say stay away from the Asus, as all the boards I have insulated with vaseline have massive 55 problems.
Really can't go wrong with either one, but I would save the cash get the Asrock and maybe a MVG for about the same price.
Thanks Loud,
that some nice timings on the 5ghz run,air as well? Did you vas in memory slots on the Asus board or just on the mems that gave you problems,cant wait to see some ln2 from ya,should be some nice times
Edited by Bullant - 11/8/12 at 1:24am
post #418 of 2130
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Thanks Loud,
that some nice timings on the 5ghz run,air as well? Did you vas in memory slots on the Asus board on just on the mems that gave you problems,cant wait to see some ln2 from ya,should be some nice times

Air on memory, cpu on LN2 at -10c to 0 and memory on air, 1.87v.

The Asus board was the board I vaselined up and had issues ranging from 55 to cb/cbb on chips that did not have them.
post #419 of 2130
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Originally Posted by 636cc of fury View Post

Air on memory, cpu on LN2 at -10c to 0 and memory on air, 1.87v.
The Asus board was the board I vaselined up and had issues ranging from 55 to cb/cbb on chips that did not have them.

Awesome clocks ,efficiency and ram on air
post #420 of 2130
You have convinced me Loud. This is all your fault. biggrin.gif

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