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Originally Posted by mOUs3y View Post

i got the J6. here's a pic

Week 5, 2016.
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post #19372 of 22289
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Originally Posted by xkm1948 View Post

Go for 100BCLK based ones only. These will aid in stability. So DDR4-3200 with tight timing kits.

Which models are the ones with 100 base clock?

Cheers
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Originally Posted by Gdourado View Post

Which models are the ones with 100 base clock?

Cheers

He's referring to the 3200 MHz (or 2666) running on the standard 100 BCLK. The 2800 and 3000 speeds sometimes need the 125 strap to gain more stability, although that does not mean it isn't possible at 100. Typically, you lose your ability to run adaptive voltage at the 125 strap and it can have repercussions if you have a lot PCI-E devices in use. Chances are the 3000 kit will overclock further to 3200 and of course the 3200 kit can be run at 3000, 2666, or anything else. If you are someone who hates to even touch the BIOS, then picking a specific XMP setting that you know you will run is more important. For anyone else, you can always change the four primary timings, DRAM voltage, and let the board choose the rest. The kit with the lowest latency (C15, C14, C16) at the highest speed likely has the greatest potential.

Most kits need to go up a C-latency level (15 -> 16) for going up one speed (3000 to 3200) or go down one level for each standard frequency dropped. So a C15 kit at 3200 can probably run C14@3000, C13@2800, C12@2666, etc. This is a generalization and you never know what you can do until you get the kit installed and try. Originally, frequency trumped latency on DDR4. C15-3200 is faster than C14-3000. However, the gap seems to be shrinking, as it eventually always does. On the newer 3000 series Asus BIOS, the gap between C12-2666 and C15-3200 has become almost non-existent. Hours and hours of tuning might be able to eek out a slightly larger gap, but I am not memory bandwidth limited so I don't pursue it. You may need to ask the same question of yourself. If the money doesn't matter, take the C15-3200 kit. Is it worth 35 Euros more than 3200C16 kit? Only if you need every bit of memory bandwidth or are looking forward to doing some memory overclocking.
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Originally Posted by SsXxX View Post

guys plz advice, are those stress tests enough to prove my stability?

I know prime95 28.x is not supposed to be used with haswell-e but no matter what I cant not ask myself why while I passed every stress test prime95 28.x is still an instant fail!

That's because you either are still failing to understand why these tests are not feasible in some cases, or you suffer with some form of OCD
post #19375 of 22289
Got my new MB on Friday : ASUS X99 Deluxe II !
My MSI X99S GAMING 7 failed (Frying RAM modules one by one, even at low voltage) and entering always in 04-5-60 bug....

Will post some overclock results here soon.

Seems that the CPU hots much more than with my former MSI, even with same vcore, same Vccin, Same Vring....
I aml in override mode (Not adaptative, not offset).

My cooling has been mounted 2 times (Grain of rice in the center of the CPU, Grizzly Kryonaut)...

so, it must be due to some voltage managment which are diffenrent from my former MSI.
post #19376 of 22289
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Originally Posted by GRABibus View Post

Got my new MB on Friday : ASUS X99 Deluxe II !
My MSI X99S GAMING 7 failed (Frying RAM modules one by one, even at low voltage) and entering always in 04-5-60 bug....

Will post some overclock results here soon.

Seems that the CPU hots much more than with my former MSI, even with same vcore, same Vccin, Same Vring....
I aml in override mode (Not adaptative, not offset).

My cooling has been mounted 2 times (Grain of rice in the center of the CPU, Grizzly Kryonaut)...

so, it must be due to some voltage managment which are diffenrent from my former MSI.

oh oh. keep us posted. i bought the same board comes in a few days.
post #19377 of 22289
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Originally Posted by Kimir View Post

I wouldn't say that Fallout 4 is a special case, more like it's coded properly and takes advantage or higher frequency on component such as ram. rolleyes.gif

Fallout 4 being unusually bottlenecked by memory performance doesn't imply it's 'coded properly'.
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Originally Posted by SsXxX View Post

is 220-230w while doing linx or ibt considered safe?

For a Haswell-E hex core that's about as high as I'd want to see it without it being quite cold.
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Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post

pretty pointless... trying to justify slow ram. This is overclock.net, not slowram.net wink.gif

Slow RAM benefits from OCing the most!
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Is 2400-12-12-12-35-1T really bad for mem OC?

I want to buy a new shiny 32GB mem kit, but I need a reason to do it. rolleyes.gif
Edited by GreedyMuffin - 6/12/16 at 3:15pm
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Fallout 4 being unusually bottlenecked by memory performance doesn't imply it's 'coded properly'.
For a Haswell-E hex core that's about as high as I'd want to see it without it being quite cold.
Slow RAM benefits from OCing the most!

thumb.gif for sure!
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Well, boys, I'm talking to you from a 5820k at 4.5Ghz and 1.25V. It seems stable at the moment. I only OCed the core and I keep the C states and the XMP profile at 3200Mhz. Hoping that this config is stable! rolleyes.gif

BTW: I'm rocking a Hyper 212 Evo and achieves 81ºC in full load, maybe more if I keep the stress test more time. I promiss to get liquid cooling someday. biggrin.gif
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