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A bit of fun on dual channel Z170 I had a while back, I really would like to find a 24/7 clock for these 2 sticks.

I need to find the spare time someday to test and figure out what I can run frown.gif, impressive results guys!


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Here's my current 24x7, tamer than before but I guess still in the unknown degradation zone ... no need to register, Scone thumb.gif

4587 CPU Strap 100 BCLK 99.7 46x
3690 Cache 37x NB mult
1.385 VCORE adap turbo
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Do you really need that much SA for those settings? Genuine question on my part, as I can run memory similarly at the same density and speed with as little as 1v, my 6900K was fine with 1.05v Albeit I know you are pushing other rails quite far too
Edited by Silent Scone - 8/29/16 at 1:07am
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Had to rma my RV10 and put back the RVE...





vmanuelgm--6950x@4400-4300-3700--DDR4@3400CL14-15-14-32-1T--DramVoltage ab&cd 1.38v--SA 1.128v--Vccio 1.07v--HCI 500%
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Originally Posted by Lays View Post

A bit of fun on dual channel Z170 I had a while back, I really would like to find a 24/7 clock for these 2 sticks.

I need to find the spare time someday to test and figure out what I can run frown.gif, impressive results guys!



What memory kit is that?
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A bit of fun on dual channel Z170 I had a while back, I really would like to find a 24/7 clock for these 2 sticks.

I need to find the spare time someday to test and figure out what I can run frown.gif, impressive results guys!



lol - I'd really like to find 2 sticks like that.
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Do you really need that much SA for those settings? Genuine question on my part, as I can run memory similarly at the same density and speed with as little as 1v, my 6900K was fine with 1.05v Albeit I know you are pushing other rails quite far too

1.2v SA gave me noticeably longer stability than lower sweet spots, hence. It's still yellow in the BIOS so I figured still relatively safe, though it is close to the magenta edge. I'll be doing more digging when the next BIOS comes out smile.gif.
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What memory kit is that?


G.skill TridentZ 3600 16-16-16-36 kit
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lol - I'd really like to find 2 sticks like that.

Honestly the motherboard does most of the heavy lifting, before I got it I was using a Z170 OCF, and the sticks really didn't seem all that special. Once I got the MOCF, it became way easier lol

I got them to do 49/50 RTL the other day at 4000 c12, but I need to do more testing to see if I can get up to those higher frequencies at that RTL, usually it doesn't like it frown.gif
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G.skill TridentZ 3600 16-16-16-36 kit


I believe I may have that kit; F4-3600C16D-GTZ?

I am not really impressed with this eVGA motherboard, that AsRock may be what I am looking for.
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G.skill TridentZ 3600 16-16-16-36 kit
Honestly the motherboard does most of the heavy lifting, before I got it I was using a Z170 OCF, and the sticks really didn't seem all that special. Once I got the MOCF, it became way easier lol

I got them to do 49/50 RTL the other day at 4000 c12, but I need to do more testing to see if I can get up to those higher frequencies at that RTL, usually it doesn't like it frown.gif

oh I know. I've been running a few of the sticks I have on hand thru my MOCF... not yet able to find a pair that can do 12-12-12 above 3704 (102.9375 bclk/6320) wink.gif
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G.skill TridentZ 3600 16-16-16-36 kit


I believe I may have that kit; F4-3600C16D-GTZ?

I am not really impressed with this eVGA motherboard, that AsRock may be what I am looking for.
I have the 3600c16s... I must be flubbing a setting. Tho not all kits are the same.
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Sounds like IMC is the issue, I've owned 4 locked skylake cpus so far and all of them had horrific IMC, some needed 1.5 vccio to boot at the same settings my 6700k needed 1.2 at.
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