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post #581 of 1738
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thank you, and it is totally vaseline free, the best part:thumb:
No vas on your memory's either ? your game
post #582 of 1738
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No vas on your memory's either ? your game

not one bit on the board or dimms, one of the perks of living in a dry climate:)
post #583 of 1738
Gave the Gigabyte UD3 a spin on the 5 Ghz
post #584 of 1738
UD3 is looking good Bullant:thumb:

Decided to try some Hynix BFR under cold, and so much fail:(

IMC could not run 2600+ with any sort of decent timings and even though I was able to boot at 2856+ there was no semblance of 32m stability whatsoever, pretty sure it is the IMC on this particular chip. Memory temps were -40 to -50.

1.925v





mandatory frostiness:)









Going back to PSC:cool:
post #585 of 1738
Nice loud,yeah PSC be better,Did Hynix BFR scale with volts under cold? just realized you on Asus Formula
Edited by Bullant - 1/18/13 at 2:04am
post #586 of 1738
For the BFR run I was indeed on the MVF, thought I should test it out.

Still prefer the Z77 OC Formula though:o
post #587 of 1738
Gigabyte UD3 so close 16s on 5Ghz

So close to my best time on UD3 4Ghz


Edited by Bullant - 1/19/13 at 2:29am
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post #589 of 1738
Little bit more Gigabyte UD3H
Bullant - 7M 43.609[3770K], Ram @ 1300 ~ 7-10-6-25
post #590 of 1738

7-10-6 .. thats crazy sauce Ant! Leave some room for others to improve why dont you!! tongue.gif  j/k just sick results man.. keep it pushing.

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