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Jodiuh with the money you spent on those ramsinks you could get a 8gb kit i guess, here in Portugal 4 of those go for 60€ you could just added a 60mm or 80mm fan on top of the DDR3 and get better effect...
Oh, I'm good there. Snagged 16 GB of those Sammy UDIMMs last year for $80. I was trolling u guys w/ those ram sinks. ^_^
Edited by Jodiuh - 10/25/13 at 1:58am
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I realized today that the x264 Benchmark is using a year old version of the encoder, so I downloaded and integrated the new one. If you extract the attached zip file into the x264 benchmark folder it'll add the new encoders (32 and 64 bit) and a new batch file called stress_test.bat. If you run the stress_test batch file, it'll use the new encoders and you can choose how many times to loop the second pass. For some reason it doesn't always populate the system info in the results file (and I can't figure out why) but I guess everyone knows their system specs. I don't know if the new encoder is any more stressful than the year old one, but I figured newer is better.

The updated files don't overwrite anything, so you can still use the original benchmark program as well.

Edit: Bah, it's over the file size limit. Here's a link:

https://db.tt/uysEVchn

http://www.mediafire.com/download/z5qorzukbswlxqz/x264_stress_test_update.zip

Edit: Fixed the links to a less intrusive site.
Edited by Forceman - 10/25/13 at 11:55am
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Originally Posted by Darkwizzie View Post

No.
People still run 1.65v with ram all the time. It's going above that when it gets dicey. The 1.7, 1.75 zone. 1.65v is safe. But yeah, I don't know of any 2400 kit with 1.5v.

Inb4mythreadgetscrashedbytheoneguyagain

Find that interesting, I've been running my RAM at 2400 Mhz since Ivy with only 1.5V, and now Haswell, even pushed it to 2600, maybe I misunderstood what you meant or Im wrong but.....







    
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Yeah, should have clarified. 46 stable and 47 stable. with 46 being stable with 40x uncore and 1.15 vring and 47 not at the same uncore voltage and multi.

Thats exactly what i found. I ended up bumping vrin by .025v and +0.1v on SA & IOD when i went from x49-x50 for the same uncore. Did the same with IOA but just induced instability. Makes sense with vrin as you'll be running higher vcore with x47 so overall vring/vcore voltage will be higher with x47x40 O/C. Vrin needs to be able to supply both.

*I reckon the higher your core clock runs, relative to what it's capable of, the harder it is/will be to bring up uncore and will more than likely be stopped at some point due to vrin limit. Anyone share the same thought?
Edited by Doug2507 - 10/25/13 at 3:16am
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Originally Posted by Forceman View Post

I realized today that the x264 Benchmark is using a year old version of the encoder, so I downloaded and integrated the new one. If you extract the attached zip file into the x264 benchmark folder it'll add the new encoders (32 and 64 bit) and a new batch file called stress_test.bat. If you run the stress_test batch file, it'll use the new encoders and you can choose how many times to loop the second pass. For some reason it doesn't always populate the system info in the results file (and I can't figure out why) but I guess everyone knows their system specs. I don't know if the new encoder is any more stressful than the year old one, but I figured newer is better.

The updated files don't overwrite anything, so you can still use the original benchmark program as well.

Edit: Bah, it's over the file size limit. Here's a link:

http://www.4shared.com/zip/GK2EL_d9/x264_stress_test_update.html

Is there any functional difference? Stress level, etc.

 

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Find that interesting, I've been running my RAM at 2400 Mhz since Ivy with only 1.5V, and now Haswell, even pushed it to 2600, maybe I misunderstood what you meant or Im wrong but.....







 

I meant ram sticks you buy from a vendor that doesn't ask for 1.65v by default. Of course you can overclock it yourself and get luck and require less voltage.

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Is there any functional difference? Stress level, etc.


I meant ram sticks you buy from a vendor that doesn't ask for 1.65v by default. Of course you can overclock it yourself and get luck and require less voltage.

So are you saying that my RAM which is 2133 by default should require 1.65V? Im confused here thinking.gif
    
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So are you saying that my RAM which is 2133 by default should require 1.65V? Im confused here thinking.gif
Please share some links where can we buy 2400 RAM with 1.5 voltage.
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Please share some links where can we buy 2400 RAM with 1.5 voltage.

I see your point, like I stated before, "maybe I misunderstood what you meant" so I guess I got lucky pushing my ram to 2600 MHz with only 1.50V, and I mean really lucky because some ram I had before didnt even boot at 2400 MHz.
    
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I realized today that the x264 Benchmark is using a year old version of the encoder, so I downloaded and integrated the new one. If you extract the attached zip file into the x264 benchmark folder it'll add the new encoders (32 and 64 bit) and a new batch file called stress_test.bat. If you run the stress_test batch file, it'll use the new encoders and you can choose how many times to loop the second pass. For some reason it doesn't always populate the system info in the results file (and I can't figure out why) but I guess everyone knows their system specs. I don't know if the new encoder is any more stressful than the year old one, but I figured newer is better.

The updated files don't overwrite anything, so you can still use the original benchmark program as well.

Edit: Bah, it's over the file size limit. Here's a link:

http://www.4shared.com/zip/GK2EL_d9/x264_stress_test_update.html

Yeah, it's 17months old or so, I use the latest I could find which was r2358. Can't get your download link to work (press free download and it just hangs/waits there).. not sure if that's what you've got too? Well, it starts with Firefox but it's wanting to download heap of other crap..
Edited by error-id10t - 10/25/13 at 5:11am
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