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I don't take that comment lightly Os. It has really hit us hard here with three school age kids. We have found that it either has a boomerang effect or you can re-aquire it. My wife has been on the worst of it and has gotten dehydrated to the point of bringing here in for two IV's so far. This is really a nasty virus.

Sorry to hear about the extent of the infection in your family . Wish you well. Disinfect Everything, I mean EVERYTHING.

Thanks and we are. We have done a lot of reading about how it's transferred and it is hard to combat. Bleach and lysol all around.
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Now...I've a simple question, which seems impossible to find anywhere!
We all know that memory controllers at AMD and Intel are built onto silicon and they're different for some reason and as far as I know it was always AMD prefer low latency RAM and Intel went other way...higher frequency...
Obviously, there's my question...I am planning to update my RAM and I would like to go low latency 7-7-7-21 (G.Skill DDR3 1333) or similar Corsair in 1600 flavour...Since I need at least 16GB preferably 32GB my question is whether I should rather underclock 32GB cl9 RAM from, say, 2133 to 2000MHz(1600 divider * 25%) and run my CPU at 18*250 or, stick to the stock 200MHz HT and run those LL RAM at stock 1333/1600...I do remember my pain not being able to run 4 DIMMs at stock 1866...hopefully this was fixed by now or not?
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interesting questions. I wouldn't go below 1600mhz regardless of timings.
my ram us at 2400mhz just because I think its cool. cas11 though lol
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Now...I've a simple question, which seems impossible to find anywhere!
We all know that memory controllers at AMD and Intel are built onto silicon and they're different for some reason and as far as I know it was always AMD prefer low latency RAM and Intel went other way...higher frequency...
Obviously, there's my question...I am planning to update my RAM and I would like to go low latency 7-7-7-21 (G.Skill DDR3 1333) or similar Corsair in 1600 flavour...Since I need at least 16GB preferably 32GB my question is whether I should rather underclock 32GB cl9 RAM from, say, 2133 to 2000MHz(1600 divider * 25%) and run my CPU at 18*250 or, stick to the stock 200MHz HT and run those LL RAM at stock 1333/1600...I do remember my pain not being able to run 4 DIMMs at stock 1866...hopefully this was fixed by now or not?

1333 will bottleneck your system.. i would got with 1866-2133 and try to lower the latency from there.. minimum should be 1600 and oc it to 1866 as far as 4 dimms.. it should be able to handly it
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Now...I've a simple question, which seems impossible to find anywhere!
We all know that memory controllers at AMD and Intel are built onto silicon and they're different for some reason and as far as I know it was always AMD prefer low latency RAM and Intel went other way...higher frequency...
Obviously, there's my question...I am planning to update my RAM and I would like to go low latency 7-7-7-21 (G.Skill DDR3 1333) or similar Corsair in 1600 flavour...Since I need at least 16GB preferably 32GB my question is whether I should rather underclock 32GB cl9 RAM from, say, 2133 to 2000MHz(1600 divider * 25%) and run my CPU at 18*250 or, stick to the stock 200MHz HT and run those LL RAM at stock 1333/1600...I do remember my pain not being able to run 4 DIMMs at stock 1866...hopefully this was fixed by now or not?
I really need to do some more testing, but so far my experience with the ram that I have suggests there is a sweet spot at around 2000 mhz at CL 9. The range which I have tried is from 6-6-6 1333 to 11-12-11 2133.
My setup and overclock is quite different from yours however.
If i get the opportunity , I will do some more testing and maybe provide some more information.
Always gunshy when messing with ram, it's the only time I've managed to corrupt an OS.
Anyone else care to chime in on what seems to perform best with their rigs?
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I just pushed my cpu overclock to 4.73 GHZ up about .6GHZ . I use3d the TPU screen capture that uploads all the testdata to Tech power up forums. I will attempt to post here but I am not sure that I saved the hardcopy results on my ssd drive. My package temps were high 67-68 degrees Celcius with an H100 unit for cooling. My core voltage is 1.49 v and 1.50 v under stress. I used IBT 20 runs at the high setting. I am eagerly awaiting the unannounced release date for Sweiftech H320 AIO cooling unit with a 360 mm all copper radiator. that should lower my package temps under stress by at least 8 degrees. b 11_529_RC23933demo_4C_8T_4740_AMD_FX_tm__8350_Eight_Core_Processor__AMD___Advanced_Micro_Devices__Inc__AMD_Radeon_HD_7900_Series_4_2_12171_Compatibility_Profile_Context_12_100_17_0_64_Bit.txt 1k .txt file
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I just pushed my cpu overclock to 4.73 GHZ up about .6GHZ . I use3d the TPU screen capture that uploads all the testdata to Tech power up forums. I will attempt to post here but I am not sure that I saved the hardcopy results on my ssd drive. My package temps were high 67-68 degrees Celcius with an H100 unit for cooling. My core voltage is 1.49 v and 1.50 v under stress. I used IBT 20 runs at the high setting. I am eagerly awaiting the unannounced release date for Sweiftech H320 AIO cooling unit with a 360 mm all copper radiator. that should lower my package temps under stress by at least 8 degrees. b 11_529_RC23933demo_4C_8T_4740_AMD_FX_tm__8350_Eight_Core_Processor__AMD___Advanced_Micro_Devices__Inc__AMD_Radeon_HD_7900_Series_4_2_12171_Compatibility_Profile_Context_12_100_17_0_64_Bit.txt 1k .txt file
Edited by os2wiz - 2/11/13 at 11:09am
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I just pushed my cpu overclock to 4.73 GHZ up about .6GHZ . I use3d the TPU screen capture that uploads all the testdata to Tech power up forums. I will attempt to post here but I am not sure that I saved the hardcopy results on my ssd drive. My package temps were high 67-68 degrees Celcius with an H100 unit for cooling. My core voltage is 1.49 v and 1.50 v under stress. I used IBT 20 runs at the high setting. I am eagerly awaiting the unannounced release date for Sweiftech H320 AIO cooling unit with a 360 mm all copper radiator. that should lower my package temps under stress by at least 8 degrees. b 11_529_RC23933demo_4C_8T_4740_AMD_FX_tm__8350_Eight_Core_Processor__AMD___Advanced_Micro_Devices__Inc__AMD_Radeon_HD_7900_Series_4_2_12171_Compatibility_Profile_Context_12_100_17_0_64_Bit.txt 1k .txt file

well,

i just recieved my 8350. It seems i'll probably be looking into a larger cooling solution.


Hope to have some results up tonight.

(grr, firefox mobile is a pain when posting)
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Add me to theowners list! 8350. Only thing is, when I overclocked to4.2 Ghz, my Geekbench score actually went down!
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Add me to theowners list! 8350. Only thing is, when I overclocked to4.2 Ghz, my Geekbench score actually went down!

Hey there. Maybe the CPU is throttling on you? Keep CPU-Z open and watch your multiplier while benching...
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