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PM SENT

Reaper could you share that PM with me. I have same knowledge about OC'ing as pptest123, same CPU and I am shooting for 4.4 - 4.6 as well. Any help would greatly be appreciated.
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Reaper could you share that PM with me. I have same knowledge about OC'ing as pptest123, same CPU and I am shooting for 4.4 - 4.6 as well. Any help would greatly be appreciated.
The best advice you can get is to read your manual, and to carefully try yourself. When you do something after people told you how to do it exactly, you are depriving yourself of some most enjoyable experience. For example: Fiddling, munching, fondling, just don't stick your face to something which has 30 A, and remove all hair that might fall into the mainboard.

Generally, the best idea is to ask after week or two of careful efforts. Or came like a KING and show your results when you'd manage it yourself.
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I'm going to order my CPU and memory today anyhow out of these what would you get?

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The best advice you can get is to read your manual, and to carefully try yourself. When you do something after people told you how to do it exactly, you are depriving yourself of some most enjoyable experience. For example: Fiddling, munching, fondling, just don't stick your face to something which has 30 A, and remove all hair that might fall into the mainboard.

Generally, the best idea is to ask after week or two of careful efforts. Or came like a KING and show your results when you'd manage it yourself.

I understand. I have been playing with settings for a couple of weeks now and it seems to me that I have managed to make everything slower. I have so many noob questions I feel they do not deserve to waste everyones time.

It seems like eveyone so far is really helpful but I have always felt I could be the one thrown out for being that dumb. Some of the post are so confusing to me I think it would be easier to learn a new lanuage. I'm sure I could learn but it may take some time.
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I understand. I have been playing with settings for a couple of weeks now and it seems to me that I have managed to make everything slower. I have so many noob questions I feel they do not deserve to waste everyones time.

It seems like eveyone so far is really helpful but I have always felt I could be the one thrown out for being that dumb. Some of the post are so confusing to me I think it would be easier to learn a new lanuage. I'm sure I could learn but it may take some time.

Ask away, dude, we all gotta start somewhere. wink.gif

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I'm going to order my CPU and memory today anyhow out of these what would you get?


If you don't need more than 16 GB, then I'd go for the 2800 C12 sticks, for sure. Top-bin Hynix there, sir.

Otherwise, 2400 C10 is best, and probably all the same ICs, anyway, so pick which kit fits your build and budget the most.
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I understand. I have been playing with settings for a couple of weeks now and it seems to me that I have managed to make everything slower. I have so many noob questions I feel they do not deserve to waste everyones time.

It seems like eveyone so far is really helpful but I have always felt I could be the one thrown out for being that dumb. Some of the post are so confusing to me I think it would be easier to learn a new lanuage. I'm sure I could learn but it may take some time.
Making everything slower.... after my latest round of trying to get 4.9-5ghz stable I've had to reinstall my os for the second time. I tried booting 2nd bios and reloading factory defaults to no vail. If your boot time and loading times have slowed drastically, I suggest reinstalling your os. Lesson learned for me... #1 ssd is for reg. 24/7 use and #2 ssd is for for benching and new oc's.
    
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If you don't need more than 16 GB, then I'd go for the 2800 C12 sticks, for sure. Top-bin Hynix there, sir.

Otherwise, 2400 C10 is best, and probably all the same ICs, anyway, so pick which kit fits your build and budget the most.

Thanks for the reply, Rep + smile.gif

And yeah I really don't need more than 16GB for what I do and if I do I could always add four more later on, anyone else agree with Cadaveca Corsair 2800 C12 is the way to go with the 4960X & Asus Black mb?
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Making everything slower.... after my latest round of trying to get 4.9-5ghz stable I've had to reinstall my os for the second time. I tried booting 2nd bios and reloading factory defaults to no vail. If your boot time and loading times have slowed drastically, I suggest reinstalling your os. Lesson learned for me... #1 ssd is for reg. 24/7 use and #2 ssd is for for benching and new oc's.

I should clarify. by making things slower I meant booting. I did reinstall the os (8.1) and I am using a raidr express harddrive. I have a 4930K and 32gb ripjaws but it take 30 to 45 seconds to get to the sign in for windows and was worse when I procedded to OC the memory to 2400. So I set everything to default and that is where I'm at.
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Ive just got my Rive and 4930k and corsair doms, 2133. and every box is ripped.( some one not happy in packing department. I know its a box's only. But dam. Will set this rig up soon.

Will add pics soon, and join the club. when i have time.
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Thanks for the reply, Rep + smile.gif

And yeah I really don't need more than 16GB for what I do and if I do I could always add four more later on, anyone else agree with Cadaveca Corsair 2800 C12 is the way to go with the 4960X & Asus Black mb?

sounds good, the trident X variant is 599, with likely the exact same IC
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