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post #21 of 45
Ah just realised you have HZ's now, could do with the extra gig tbh but are loathed to get rid of the Kington ones I have
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post #22 of 45
I am really on the fence sometimes if the gig was worth it over the timings, I still have the GEIL set here and wont sell it.... EVER. The price was too good and they are hard to find. I wish though I would've gotten some Mushkin Redline XP4000 set instead of the HZ's but thats life.

But if you need a memory cooler I have a Corsair Airflow Fan I dont need anymore....

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post #23 of 45
I have the Biostar Tforce 6100, it runs bh-5 plenty good.
But if you are wanting a DFI board I run this one with my 3200+ rig. Its amazing. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813136165
post #24 of 45
BH-5 needs stupid amounts of voltage to stick to low timings @ high FSB. 3.4-3.6v will get you wayyyy up there at low timings, especially on a DFI board. way better than TCCD even though you only need around 2.8v w/ TCCD.
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TCCD though can ususally run a higher clock though at MUCH lower volts they have there trade offs I believe Sideburns has the GEIL ONE TCCD set which can do DDR600 at decent timings.

The best part about those sticks is I learned a lot about ram as I pretty much set all timings within the DFI settings which is unreal. Also when using those volts you really wanna know it all lol.

pink
post #26 of 45
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I have the same set the Mr Pink has the GeIL One BH-5 I could crank them up to 272 2-2-2-5 at 3.8 volts with no errors, but I normally run them at 237 with3.36 volts 2-2-2-5
Could you give me an idea how the voltage scales compared to speed?

ie how much voltage for say DDR500, DDR520, DDR544 etc

Im interested whether I should push the voltage up even more.

DDR510 is the limit so far with 3.3v. DDR520 not stable at 3.3 or 3.4v
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post #27 of 45
You can go way higher then that on the BH5 sticks way higher, I would say to get to 264mhz you would need to push up to 3.5v which is a sweet spot I believe.

pink
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TCCD though can ususally run a higher clock though at MUCH lower volts they have there trade offs I believe Sideburns has the GEIL ONE TCCD set which can do DDR600 at decent timings.

The best part about those sticks is I learned a lot about ram as I pretty much set all timings within the DFI settings which is unreal. Also when using those volts you really wanna know it all lol.

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not to brag or anything but my XMS is currently DDR668 at 3-4-4-8 2t and had it all the way up to ddr725 the other day =/
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not to brag or anything but my XMS is currently DDR668 at 3-4-4-8 2t and had it all the way up to ddr725 the other day =/
TCCD is wicked fast stuff Shame it cant keep the tight timings that BH5 can otherwise it would be an overclockers wet dream

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You can go way higher then that on the BH5 sticks way higher, I would say to get to 264mhz you would need to push up to 3.5v which is a sweet spot I believe.

pink
Right thats it im gonna test it out later 3.5v here we come (very gingerly.....)
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post #30 of 45
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not to brag or anything but my XMS is currently DDR668 at 3-4-4-8 2t and had it all the way up to ddr725 the other day =/
Difference is your running 2T at 2T who knows what could be done with the ram, I had it always at 1T with much tighter timings and thats all AMD systems care about. Also my ram now runs at 3-4-4-8 1T at 270mhz :/

Also go up by .1v and see what you can do, a lot of memtest if you dont have active cooling on the ram forget about it.

pink
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