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2X2GB for you guys on 5Ghz,less then .100s of my best 4x2Gb time
last one until refill
bullant - 6:16:313 - 102x49 - 1327.3MHz - 6-10-6-24-65-1 - Gigabyte Z77X-UP5TH -G.Skill Pi 2000C6 2X2Gb/PSC - 2.1v -CPU SS -30 / Memory LN2 -105
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You're killing it Bullant! thumb.gifthumb.gif

Been working with a setup I recently ressurected from a MB standpoint and gave it a shot earlier.

Bones (Kryton): 12m 02.562sec - E8400 Wolfdale - DFI Infinity Dark - OCZ NVidia SLI Platinum (2X1GB) DDR2 @ 443MHz (CL4-4-4-12) Air cooling



Need a better set of sticks to get more from it so had to ratchet the timings up tight to get a good result - Can't complain at all since I thought the system itself was dead up until a few days ago. rolleyes.gif
Edited by Kryton - 5/1/13 at 11:11pm
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Nice work Kryton,good to see your benching Pi again thumb.gif
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Hi guys did a quick one, no wazza,and Gigabyte UD3

Bullant_7M 58.453 [3770K] Ram @ 1231~7-11-7-26
Just looking back over this thread and this was my first sub lol,8 months ago.Have learnt so much since this sub, threads like this really do help people learn.So anyone wanting to learn there memory overclocking,efficiency this is a awesome place start. thumb.gif
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Need a better set of sticks to get more from it so had to ratchet the timings up tight to get a good result - Can't complain at all since I thought the system itself was dead up until a few days ago. rolleyes.gif

Get them D9's! I paid $30 for mine and they will do 1300 5-5-5-5 2.4v on air.
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Just looking back over this thread and this was my first sub lol,8 months ago.Have learnt so much since this sub, threads like this really do help people learn.So anyone wanting to learn there memory overclocking,efficiency this is a awesome place start. thumb.gif

The efficiency is a blast, but the real fun for me comes with pushing the ram to it's limits.
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Yeah me too,but I'm more into pushing ram too its limits and as tight as timings as possible,the bonus of this becomes efficiency.I just love Pi I guess,its you against your PC and no matter what you can always improve on your times
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I'm not sure if I'll be able to get a set of D9's - What's listed at the egg probrably isn't at all.
There's another reason I'm hesitant to just buy a set, the board is acting up again and if it's gonna act flakey, I'm not investing any more $$ into a setup that only works when it wants to. True, it would probrably be OK if I wasn't messing with the BIOS so much and that's probrably the biggest contributing factor here with that. biggrin.gif

I just might swap boards with the wife and get my ASRock P43DE3 back - It' a Socket 775 / DDR3 board.
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small update with BBSE under cold

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Nice work loud,you going to make me push 4ghz some more art you biggrin.gif,getting close now dude,well done thumb.gif
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Bull sorry to hear about your pi stick, sucks
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