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cas 9 is doable at that speed with those secondary/tertiaries I believe.
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Had another play today,was having few problems with stability and efficiency, think it may have been to much vas or moisture.Still managed to get a sub in.
Bullant - 7M 44.312[3770K], Ram @ 1300 ~ 7-10-7-26
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Very impressive bullant! Have you tried 1400 C8 or anything more?
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Very impressive bullant! Have you tried 1400 C8 or anything more?
When I booted in @ C7 1400 before I then tried too boot back in @C8 1400 and it wouldn't boot to windows but C7 would.I didn't try anymore,I should have maybe clear CMOS and tried again.I give few more things a go maybe C8 1368,there's a low 43s in it for sure @ 1333 C7
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Finally 43s! Bullant - 7M 43.719[3770K], Ram @ 1333 ~ 7-11-7-26
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That's awesome mate! Are you on the OCAU hwbot team?
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That's awesome mate! Are you on the OCAU hwbot team?
Thanks robbo,still more in it I lost my fast start to wazza.No im not on the team,haven't really gave to much thought to joining a team,don't know if i would have enough time to rack up points for a team,atm
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testing my RipZ 2400c8 under cold in 4X2GB (1.94v)





worst efficiency ever:p

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Yeah i also get these bad efficiency runs sometimes too,it can just be some setting it doesn't like or something you forgot.Really like your nice clean setup loud.OCF normaly runs better on BBSE?
Edited by Bullant - 1/14/13 at 3:00am
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I'm not the only person who couldn't reliably use the 2600 ram divider on the OCF, or you just like using bclk?
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