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I have NCIX, Memory Express, BCOM, and a couple other local shops to choose from. I'd have to scour their inventory.

is it even possible to find new PSC-based memory at this stage?
post #6812 of 14775
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is it even possible to find new PSC-based memory at this stage?

For sure!


Most stuff over 2200 MHz in 2 GB sticks has a good chance...of course, as many clockers have found out, there are quite a few other options out there too that fit into that category, but those seem to be few and far between.

The really good PSC..was in high-bin kits of ages ago.
Edited by cadaveca - 3/28/14 at 5:15pm
post #6813 of 14775
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For sure!


Most stuff over 2200 MHz in 2 GB sticks has a good chance...of course, as many clockers have found out, there are quite a few other options out there too that fit into that category, but those seem to be few and far between.

The really good PSC..was in high-bin kits of ages ago.

could you find some for me? I want best of the best:D:D
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could you find some for me? I want best of the best:D:D

hahahahaha

Honestly...ain't nobody got time for dat!


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No really...google those stores and take a look. If you find something and want me to ship, send me funds, I'll hook ya up, no problem.

Spring break just started here..it's the weekend...and I have 4 kids. I don't mean to be rude, but my family comes first! wink.gif
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hahahahaha
Honestly...ain't nobody got time for dat!
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No really...google those stores and take a look. If you find something and want me to ship, send me funds, I'll hook ya up, no problem.
Spring break just started here..it's the weekend...and I have 4 kids. I don't mean to be rude, but my family comes first! wink.gif

you mean you won't hunt down a set of PCS sticks for em? tongue.gif
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After two hours of concentrated heat last night, nothing. The pipe actually broke just inside the I/O cover, at this point I'm not sure what to do.

What did you use to heat it up?
post #6817 of 14775
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What did you use to heat it up?

Started with a hair dryer, then I borrowed my mother's embossing gun as it seemed to have a high heat output. I don't have a heat gun and was a little weary to try the propane torch.
post #6818 of 14775
Not sure if I am posting in then correct forums it is my understanding the Rampage lV Black Edition is using a higher end on board sound chip sorry not real techy tech.

Sound quality on the Asus Rampage lV Black Edition.

Should I use the on board sound or install a older Creative Labs Fatality 1 Champion series sound card?

The goal is to keep the build clean as possible by adding the sound card the build will not look quite as clean. I have not used on board sound since 1990.

Using a Logitech 5.1 surround sound system. Sound is important to me like listening to music and use a set of Sennheiser G4ME head set.

Can I get a bottle neck in a flight simulaytor using modified sound files?
post #6819 of 14775
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@Raja@ASUS


Raja, power figures with clamp meter, testing done using 8-pin only and Prime95 with 5 minute FFT length, and 12288 MB of ram in test usage options:

good chip

stock 3.6 all cores, no XMP: 139 W

OC 4.5 GHz all cores: 210 W

bad chip

stock 3.6 GHz, no XMP: 168W

OC 4.3 GHz: 238 W

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Good chip cannot run with less than 140% current setting @ stock. Bad chip cannot run 24/7 stable with less than 170%
Good chip works OK with adjustment, bad chip, adjust VCCSA current limits = BSOD, too.

I would really like to run good chip with 100% current setting, and the other "normal" VRM options available enabled(spread spectrum, etc), which is not possible with 140% VRM setting.

I also hooked up my Zalman power meters, and similar numbers are reported.

Board has about 8 hours of LN2 use at this point (I like to try burn-in under cold).

Am I doing something wrong, or are the problems just my chip? Given what other users report..I feel it's the board...


We will shift the VRM scale at stock to about 160% in an upcoming build (will be auto at 160%) at stock.

Oc'd CPus may need tuning on a case by case basis if they are like yours. Not many out there like yours. I have only 4-5 cases now where some CPUs need OCP raised at stock (not at OC so far).


Why do you need to change VCCSA OCP at stock on the bad chip? I ask because, so far it only takes moving CPU VRM current capability to the correct range to fix any shutdowns. has that bad chip been hammered with Ln2? If thats the cause of its current being high, I would not expect a patch to 170% OCP at stock for it.

We won't be shifting the scale as far as I know (plenty of CPus that don't need the current yours do - like the 4 core parts). Scale will stay as is, default OCP will simply be increased so that 99.9% of users dont need to set in manually. We will not be shifting 140% =100% for your good CPU. You can simply leave OCP on Auto and not set it manually for your good CPU. You post implies 140% is fine for that chip, so no issue there. smile.gif

-Raja
Edited by Raja@ASUS - 3/29/14 at 1:12am
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Hey Guys...and yeah English is pretty Bad ....

So...im Building a "new" Rig with the Rampage Black and 3 GTX680´s . So my Lottory Question is now....A 4930K with the Chance to get something really bad or a quik pretestet 4960 with 4,5 @ 1,35 Volts??

Any Ideas maybe wonderfull from the People that knows whats good and whats not biggrin.gif

THX thumb.gif
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