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Does this qualify as "OC better" ?

Samsung HCHC9


does 2400 @ 9-12-12-21 with only 1.76v stable for 2d/3d as well.


Can you maintain stability with the ram settings when 3770k over clocked to 5GHZ?

 

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That Team Group kit is using samsung IC's brohan

Spank you very much. So it is safe to buy the MPOWER to use with the Samsung ram and get decent overclocks @ 1.65v max?

 

theres still room left after 2400mhz in these sticks.. they just need more volts to keep going.. Here is 1.87v on air.

 

 

1000

 

Best run from last -0 session..  5.6ghz / 2450mhz RAM ; 9-12-12-24 @ 1.76v

 1000

 

Quick 3D run with above settings.. CPU and RAM are rock solid at these settings.. can run any bench.. from IBT to 3D'11 with no issues.

 

 

1000


Edited by CL3P20 - 12/4/12 at 8:07am
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What kind of speeds are we talking about at 1.5 or 1.65v you think?
 
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CL3P20

Very nice results with that kit. My Gskill 2400mhz CL9 kit has the same ICs. I have a long ways to go to catch up to in over clocks. I am going to study your posts to figure out your over clocking greatness with the MB. smile.gif
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hey guys, the rest of my parts will be here in time for the weekend. i went ahead and ordered a 3570k,and a haf xb for this build. i've seen you guys talking about this brand of memory.....
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIA0ST0DV4412

is this a good company say compared to corsair,crucial,ect. i really dig how the led light look also. but how does it perform?
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What kind of speeds are we talking about at 1.5 or 1.65v you think?


I picked up another set of Sammy LP cheapies and with the BIOS update to 17.5 they are working out well for over clocking. Also they don't go fast if voltage is over 1.55v on DRAM. I have my DRAM voltage at 1.42v and I have them at 2133mhz CL 9-10-10-27. That is with my 3770k over clocked to 5GHZ HT enabled. I have never been able to do this with these sticks so I think MSI finally tweaked the BIOS right. thumb.gif Going to keep on pushing them to see how fast I can get them to go. I think they don't like the high voltage because they heat up. I am testing them with Intel Burn Test.

The ICs on this kit are HYKO.



http://valid.canardpc.com/2604882
Edited by SonDa5 - 12/5/12 at 12:39am
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Should i be using SS out or Line out on the back panel audio ? I just have a 2.1 set up, a Logitech set with 2 fronts and a sub.
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Got started on my first ever PC and I'm stuck, so please bear with me. The parts that I have are the MSI Mpower Z77 and the MSI NGTX 680 Lightning (video card). There are two 8-pin connectors on the video card which needs to be plugged in. However, reading the user guide for Mpower Z77, it mentioned an ATX 6-pin power connector on its main board. It's designated as JPWR3 (p. 1-15) and it's suppose to provide power to the graphics card. My question is, do I need to plug in the JPWR3 on the main board if I'm already connecting two 8-pin power source into the video card?

I'm pretty confused about this because I've heard varying accounts. Speaking to people, they've said that the JPWR3 not only powers the graphics card but also all the PCIe expansion slots. Don't know how true this is since there's no mention in the user guide. On the other hand, I've had some people tell me not to bother with it if I'm only using one video card; they've stated while it doesn't hurt to have JPWR3 plugged in, it won't do anything unless I'm overclocking or running SLI/Crossfire, in which case I'll be drawing lots of power.

So what to do? I am tempted by SLI...but that's a bridge I won't cross until next year. So in the meantime, should I plug in JPWR3? Any pros and cons either way? It'd be great to have some feedback or consensus. Thanks. confused.gif

Oh, and if plugging JPWR3, do I use the PCIe power cable from the PSU??? It's the only 6-pin I have left.
Edited by TwelveMind - 12/5/12 at 2:45am
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I'm going to be purchasing the MPOWER and a 3570k soon!!!!

My only question is; What ram kit should I buy to pair with this awesome mobo?

Thanks in advanced. thumb.gif
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Got started on my first ever PC and I'm stuck, so please bear with me. The parts that I have are the MSI Mpower Z77 and the MSI NGTX 680 Lightning (video card). There are two 8-pin connectors on the video card which needs to be plugged in. However, reading the user guide for Mpower Z77, it mentioned an ATX 6-pin power connector on its main board. It's designated as JPWR3 (p. 1-15) and it's suppose to provide power to the graphics card. My question is, do I need to plug in the JPWR3 on the main board if I'm already connecting two 8-pin power source into the video card?
I'm pretty confused about this because I've heard varying accounts. Speaking to people, they've said that the JPWR3 not only powers the graphics card but also all the PCIe expansion slots. Don't know how true this is since there's no mention in the user guide. On the other hand, I've had some people tell me not to bother with it if I'm only using one video card; they've stated while it doesn't hurt to have JPWR3 plugged in, it won't do anything unless I'm overclocking or running SLI/Crossfire, in which case I'll be drawing lots of power.
So what to do? I am tempted by SLI...but that's a bridge I won't cross until next year. So in the meantime, should I plug in JPWR3? Any pros and cons either way? It'd be great to have some feedback or consensus. Thanks. confused.gif

I used that additional conection on mine from day one, never trouble.
Had a spare cable from modular PS anyway.
Edited by Tyreman - 12/5/12 at 3:38am
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I'm using that power connection as well, plus the two on my graphics card . I would plug it in. It adds stability from what I understand which is always a good thing.
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