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post #501 of 1795
Thanks guys,this 32M stuff really is about getting everything to work together.
post #502 of 1795
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I have and this is how i'm running pretty much

only things left on my list to try:

Olive theme
trrsr @ 4
trrd @ 4 or less

.. you have to remember.. your time and mine are CL9.. both with tRCD 12 .. we are within like .3s of each other. I have to drop speed to run tRCD 11 to drop a second - 7m54s [which is 46.2ns in Maxxmem for me]..

 CHL - Can you run Maxxmem and post your screen shot with those timings/speed please? Im curious to see if your below 45ns or not.. 

 From what I am seeing using my HCH9's .. it would take +2800mhz for CL9 and tRCD 12 to be below 40ns  [going by Maxxmem result .. i know Aida shows differently]
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I don't have OC formula right now (waiting for replacement) but i will strip another OS and try my UD5H,here is Maxmem



Thanks CL3P20
Edited by coolhandluke41 - 11/30/12 at 2:35am
    
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post #503 of 1795
I'm impressed Bullant, very nice work there. Good to see the UP5 is treating you well too. thumb.gif

Guess I know what I'm doing this weekend now. tongue.gif
post #504 of 1795
Thanks JJC,had another play tonight



Bullant - 7M 44.796 [3770K], Ram @ 1368 ~ 7-11-7-26
post #505 of 1795
Had a play at 2800 mhz,@7-11-7-28,but would only finish 1 loop at this stage.Should be able to get bit lower at my other settings as i work it out more.Same chip as b4 but UP5 lot better board than my UD3

post #506 of 1795
Damn dude, you're really pushing. Just booting at 2800 is promising, I can't do that on my chip. It has a good 2 cores but the imc lacks a little. Hoping to get off some runs at 2700 this weekend with my PIS, should have some new times in the next couple of days.
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Damn dude, you're really pushing. Just booting at 2800 is promising, I can't do that on my chip. It has a good 2 cores but the imc lacks a little. Hoping to get off some runs at 2700 this weekend with my PIS, should have some new times in the next couple of days.
Yeah mate the UP5 is a nice board just may take a few runs to work out what it likes.Im sure you will come up with some nice runs, the Pis mems should go nice for you under cold.Looking forward to seeing some of ya runs.
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Tested my CPU with a set of Ballistix that came in the mail recently wink.gif ..doesnt look too promising.. I am beginning to think the IMC is the issue. Any speed/latency setting that results in Maxxmem reading lower than 46.8ns = unstable.. getting a time lower than 7m54s will depend on lower measured latency [I am using Maxxmem for reference].

 

Ballistix:

2200mhz - 9-10-9-24 = 47.7ns which is ~7m56s

2300mhz - 9-10-9-24 = 46.8ns = unstable .. ram up to 1.88v/VTT up to 1.24v/SAv up to 1.24v

 

Team:

2400mhz - 9-11-11-17 = 47.2ns which is  ~7m55s

2450mhz - 9-11-11-17 = 46.8ns = unstable .. ram up to 1.88v/VTT up to 1.24v/SAv up to 1.24v

 

 

headscratch.gif .. hopefully this CPU doesnt let me down in clocks .. still need to test for max validation on LN sometime.

post #509 of 1795
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Solid time Bullant, that is truly gskilllin it:D
looks like it is time to get the good PSC out XD

Hey loud,what PSC have you got,Pis?Do your BBSE sticks scale well on cold on the OC Formula
post #510 of 1795
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Hey loud,what PSC have you got,Pis?Do your BBSE sticks scale well on cold on the OC Formula

PSC list:

RipjawZ 2400 c8 http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=451

Flare 2000 7-9-7-24 and 2000 9-9-9-24

Trident 2000 9-9-9-27 1.6v

Crucial Ballistix 2133 9-10-9-24 ( about 12 dimms left to test)

G.Skill ECO 1600 7-8-7-24 1.35v (6 dimms)

BBSE list:

Ripjaw X 2133 8-9-8-24 (6 dimms:D and all can do 1300 c8 on air depending on voltage)

Ripjaws 1866 9-9-9-24

Trident 2000 9-9-9-24 1.65v

and of course a few kits of Samsung and Hynix for Haswell:D

I think I am pretty stocked tbh lol
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