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Yup, talking about RAM.

I noticed your sig says you have G.Skill 3200mhz C14, are you able to run it at that 3200mhz C14 stably on the 6800K?

Check the full sig, I'm running at 3370 but 14-15-14-34. Can't get stable at 14-14-14 per GSAT. cryingsmiley.gif
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FWIW I'm able to run my TridentZ at sticker speeds on my overclocked 6900k. 3200MHz 14-14-14-34 CR2 @ 1.35V, 1.0 SA, 4.3GHz 100MHz BCLK, 1.325V on the cpu. I haven't even messed with them much beyond confirming they are stable at sticker speeds on this overclock, so tighter timings could be attainable. I'd like to get mine down to CR1, but that seems far fetched based on what others here have said/experienced.
    
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Also I was unable to get the Ripjaw V's(the one djgar is using) to run at 3200 on my system, but the TridentZ's were fine. I've seen a few people here get them to work however, and some have said that they're the same chips just branded differently. This differs from my experience however.
    
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Check the full sig, I'm running at 3370 but 14-15-14-34. Can't get stable at 14-14-14 per GSAT. cryingsmiley.gif

Ohhh, didn't see the actual sig, I meant your "sig rig" The "great white hope" one. It said 3200mhz C14 for that one. I see what you mean though. That's interesting that you got such high RAM speeds, I've been hearing pretty significant number of claims saying Broadwell-E has a fairly worse IMC than Haswell-E both in uncore/cache and RAM speed averages.

I'm still trying to decide whether it's worth it to shell out $60 more to get new 3200mhz C14 RAM with 36 quaternary word (14 16 16 36 2T) rather than paying the $60 LESS to get a used kit of 3000mhz C14 with 35 quaternary (14 16 16 35 2T) I imagine I could probably at least get down to maybe 14 15 15 35 2T on the 3200mhz kit and with any luck maybe 1T or 13 Cas Latency (both would be great luck); but i'm wondering whether its worth $60 more; although you do get the corsair warranty too, so it's kinda iffy.



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FWIW I'm able to run my TridentZ at sticker speeds on my overclocked 6900k. 3200MHz 14-14-14-34 CR2 @ 1.35V, 1.0 SA, 4.3GHz 100MHz BCLK, 1.325V on the cpu. I haven't even messed with them much beyond confirming they are stable at sticker speeds on this overclock, so tighter timings could be attainable. I'd like to get mine down to CR1, but that seems far fetched based on what others here have said/experienced.


Oh nice. This is really making me wonder about whether the 3200mhz C14 kit is worth it now lol. $60 isn't "that" much in the long run, although I could get a 32GB kit of 3000mhz C15 for just only $50 more than that; the what if's never end with tech prices lol.

I currently have a 16GB 2666mhz C15 kit of dom plat's, trying to figure out what would be the best replacement for them.
 
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Also I was unable to get the Ripjaw V's(the one djgar is using) to run at 3200 on my system, but the TridentZ's were fine. I've seen a few people here get them to work however, and some have said that they're the same chips just branded differently. This differs from my experience however.

I had a hard time on 100 strap but worked better at 125 strap - check the settings in my sig thumb.gif
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I got mine running 3200 13-15-13-28 t1. Seems like some have issue with 2nd timing like the other guy at 14-15-14
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That 3200 C13 kit from G.Skill "exists":

http://www.mercateo.com/kw/f43200c13d16gtz/f43200c13d16gtz.html

You can get the G.Skill 16GB 3200 C14 for $110 (or even $90 when there's a sale going on). I don't think the C13 will be able to match that price point. Man, DDR4 has matured. 3200 / C13 is quite close in latency to the 2200 / C9 I have now.
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http://pcpartpicker.com/list/vLCr6X

For increasing minimum fps on games like fallout4 is 4133c19 better than 3600c15 on a 4.8 binned 6700k, z170m OC formula? What would a realistic set of ram be for a 4.7 binned 6700k?
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That 3200 C13 kit from G.Skill "exists":

http://www.mercateo.com/kw/f43200c13d16gtz/f43200c13d16gtz.html

You can get the G.Skill 16GB 3200 C14 for $110 (or even $90 when there's a sale going on). I don't think the C13 will be able to match that price point. Man, DDR4 has matured. 3200 / C13 is quite close in latency to the 2200 / C9 I have now.

Oh it exists alright, SUPER rare and thus SUPER expensive though lol.

https://www.jacob.de/Arbeitsspeicher-RAM/DDR4/memory-D4-3200-F4-3200C13D-16GTZ-artnr-2949606.html



I must admit it's pretty cool that it exists though. I wonder if it'd be possible to get 3200mhz C12 (12 14 14 33 1T ) or something on it. That would just be amazing lol, you would probably be even FASTER latency than like 2133mhz C9 DDR3 speeds while still having the enormous bandwidth of DDR4.

Even if you couldn't get 3200, I imagine 3000mhz C12 is actually fairly likely possible.
Edited by DarkIdeals - 7/11/16 at 6:02pm
 
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Ohhh, didn't see the actual sig, I meant your "sig rig" The "great white hope" one. It said 3200mhz C14 for that one. I see what you mean though. That's interesting that you got such high RAM speeds, I've been hearing pretty significant number of claims saying Broadwell-E has a fairly worse IMC than Haswell-E both in uncore/cache and RAM speed averages.

I'm still trying to decide whether it's worth it to shell out $60 more to get new 3200mhz C14 RAM with 36 quaternary word (14 16 16 36 2T) rather than paying the $60 LESS to get a used kit of 3000mhz C14 with 35 quaternary (14 16 16 35 2T) I imagine I could probably at least get down to maybe 14 15 15 35 2T on the 3200mhz kit and with any luck maybe 1T or 13 Cas Latency (both would be great luck); but i'm wondering whether its worth $60 more; although you do get the corsair warranty too, so it's kinda iffy.
Oh nice. This is really making me wonder about whether the 3200mhz C14 kit is worth it now lol. $60 isn't "that" much in the long run, although I could get a 32GB kit of 3000mhz C15 for just only $50 more than that; the what if's never end with tech prices lol.
I currently have a 16GB 2666mhz C15 kit of dom plat's, trying to figure out what would be the best replacement for them.

Where ever you heard this ... well, they do not know what they are talking about. 3400 is the sweetspot for ram on BWE.




you need better sources, else you end up completely misled. .
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http://pcpartpicker.com/list/vLCr6X

For increasing minimum fps on games like fallout4 is 4133c19 better than 3600c15 on a 4.8 binned 6700k, z170m OC formula? What would a realistic set of ram be for a 4.7 binned 6700k?
unlikely you will see a meaningful FPS difference once above 3600, unless your cache speed is 4.8 or higher.
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