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Originally Posted by Iwamotto Tetsuz View Post

I am using winxp 64bit i can access up to 128GB of ram

What are you going to be using all that ram for?
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What are you going to be using all that ram for?
just saying how much ram i can access
post #53 of 176
So let me get this straight. You want more/better ram and willing to pay up to $500 for it so you can push the over clock on an already uber over voltaged low end CPU? What else do you use your PC for besides going full crazy on overclocking?
post #54 of 176

Item

Voltage air cooling

Voltage extreme

Clockspeed

air cooling

Clockspeed extreme

 

cpu

1.35v-1.5v

1.75v-2v

4.5ghz-5ghz

6.5ghz-god knows what

 

Nothbridge

1.35v-1.45v

1.4v-1.65v

2.5ghz-2.7ghz

3.7ghz-god knows what

 

Hypertransit links

1.2v-1.35v

1.2v-1.35v

2.6ghz-3ghz

2ghz-3ghz

 

Memory

1.6v-1.8v

1.65v-1.85v

DDR3-1866-DDR32600

DDR3-1866

DDR3-2800

 

Baseclock

N/A

N/A

200MHZ-330MHZ

200MHZ-400MHZ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The “air cooling” column and the suggested Voltage and Frequency values are based on the assumption that a
high-end heatsink and fan is used.
The “extreme” column lists the suggested Voltage settings and expected target Frequency values for Liquid
Nitrogen (LN2) cooling solution (-196C).


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Item




Voltage air cooling




Voltage extreme




Clockspeed



air cooling




Clockspeed extreme




 




cpu




1.35v-1.5v




1.75v-2v




4.5ghz-5ghz




6.5ghz-god knows what




 




Nothbridge




1.35v-1.45v




1.4v-1.65v




2.5ghz-2.7ghz




3.7ghz-god knows what




 




Hypertransit links




1.2v-1.35v




1.2v-1.35v




2.6ghz-3ghz




2ghz-3ghz




 




Memory




1.6v-1.8v




1.65v-1.85v




DDR3-1866-DDR32600




DDR3-1866



DDR3-2800




 




Baseclock




N/A




N/A




200MHZ-330MHZ




200MHZ-400MHZ




 




 




 




 




 




 




 




 




 




 




 




 




 





The “air cooling” column and the suggested Voltage and Frequency values are based on the assumption that a

high-end heatsink and fan is used.

The “extreme” column lists the suggested Voltage settings and expected target Frequency values for Liquid

Nitrogen (LN2) cooling solution (-196C).
thanks for some info
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So let me get this straight. You want more/better ram and willing to pay up to $500 for it so you can push the over clock on an already uber over voltaged low end CPU? What else do you use your PC for besides going full crazy on overclocking?
games and some videos
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games and some videos

Well to be honest with you, a FX 8 core at stock and windows 8.1 64bit you will see twice to 3 times the performance in games and everything else compared to a dual core (a 4300 is a dual core with 2 threads per core) and windows XP... Dont believe me. Look up some benchmarks lol.

So save yourself time hastle and do that over spending a crap load of money on an ancient architecture. That wasn't designed for multi cores and high ram configurations.
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Well to be honest with you, a FX 8 core at stock and windows 8.1 64bit you will see twice to 3 times the performance in games and everything else compared to a dual core (a 4300 is a dual core with 2 threads per core) and windows XP... Dont believe me. Look up some benchmarks lol.

So save yourself time hastle and do that over spending a crap load of money on an ancient architecture. That wasn't designed for multi cores and high ram configurations.


Spending $500 on ram overclocked to the point where you will more than likely get data corruption. Running modern hardware on an ancient OS that is about as secure as a wide open door. Something is fishy here.....
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Well to be honest with you, a FX 8 core at stock and windows 8.1 64bit you will see twice to 3 times the performance in games and everything else compared to a dual core (a 4300 is a dual core with 2 threads per core) and windows XP... Dont believe me. Look up some benchmarks lol.

So save yourself time hastle and do that over spending a crap load of money on an ancient architecture. That wasn't designed for multi cores and high ram configurations.
I don't see why i need to upgrade to windows 7 i can already access all of my 24gb of ram
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Spending $500 on ram overclocked to the point where you will more than likely get data corruption. Running modern hardware on an ancient OS that is about as secure as a wide open door. Something is fishy here.....
I want better ram so i can further push my CPU FSB and hopefully get 5ghz on same voltage
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Any suggestions on a good custom loop cooling I am building one soon with a car radiator(size of a computer case) 2 massive pumps and with a gpu and ram watercooler
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Yup hes nothing but a troll.
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