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Originally Posted by rt123 View Post

Actually it would be a tie between Asus boards & OCF, with Asus having a slight edge right now.
This gen OCF has placed extra emphasis on 2DIMM.

Not to say that they gimped on 4DIMMs, but currently OCF is facing an BIOS issue with those new 8GB B-die sticks.
Getting 1t stable above 3600Mhz is hard both in dual & quad config. As of right now, Asus is good for 1t B-die as far as your sticks can go.


That T-Topology is actually doing something, unlike someone we know, believes. wink.gif

With Non B-die, Asus & Asrock OCF are even as far as 4sticks. 2sticks, Asrock OCF is best, sans Impact.

Edit:- @SteveRo You didn't make a mistake getting 2x8Gb, that set contains the best DDR4 IC you can buy right now. wink.gif

"That T-Topology is actually doing something, unlike someone we know, believes. wink.gif"

I would hope that it allows dual channel configured 4 DIMM kits to perform better than they otherwise would at higher frequencies. But to insinuate that you're better off using 4 DIMM kits in any Z170 MB at this point in time (with or without this obfuscating forked tongue Topology) is just plain nonsense. I call it OFT-Topology because of the misleading way Asus advertises it. To see Scone's spin on it was just laughable. The fellow suffers from Asus tunnel vision syndrome IMO.
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"That T-Topology is actually doing something, unlike someone we know, believes. wink.gif"

I would hope that it allows dual channel configured 4 DIMM kits to perform better than they otherwise would at higher frequencies. But to insinuate that you're better off using 4 DIMM kits in any Z170 MB at this point in time (with or without this obfuscating forked tongue Topology) is just plain nonsense. I call it OFT-Topology because of the misleading way Asus advertises it. To see Scone's spin on it was just laughable. The fellow suffers from Asus tunnel vision syndrome IMO.

We'll await your findings.

(Well, we won't, because you're not capable of presenting any). Like I said to you indirectly, if T-Topology doesn't suit your DRAM needs you can finally stop spreading drivel and use a board from another vendor, it's not difficult.
Edited by Silent Scone - 1/29/16 at 9:07am
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We'll await your findings.

(Well, we won't, because you're not capable of presenting any). Like I said to you indirectly, if T-Topology doesn't suit your DRAM needs you can finally stop spreading drivel and use a board from another vendor, it's not difficult.

A word of advice....Put more thought into the wording of your rebuttals. Otherwise, it just makes you look silly.
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A word of advice....Put more thought into the wording of your rebuttals. Otherwise, it just makes you look silly.

Thanks, I will get right on that. Run along back to HOCP, I'm sure they've forgotten you got your butt handed to you in that RMA thread by now and you can start over again somewhere else.

In case you didn't pick up on what I was saying - other boards use daisy chain over T-Topology. It's possible you missed this because you still don't understand the distinction.

Have a great weekend Eldata, remember learning can be fun.
Edited by Silent Scone - 1/29/16 at 9:58am
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Thanks, I will get right on that. Run along back to HOCP, I'm sure they've forgotten you got your butt handed to you in that RMA thread by now and you can start over again somewhere else.

In case you didn't pick up on what I was saying - other boards use daisy chain over T-Topology. It's possible you missed this because you still don't understand the distinction.

Have a great weekend Eldata, remember learning can be fun.

WOT.
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New to intel overclocking. My ram's rated at 3000Mhz. CPU is 6700k at stock and motherboard is Z170 gaming-itx/ac. Got a couple of questions...

1. Ive heard the RAM speeds are motherboard dependant, but the memory controller is on the CPU, so how does that work?

2. If I use the XMP profile will it affect my CPU potential to overclock in anyway? I read there will be more heat produced by the CPU, is that true?

Someone more knowledgeable will chime in on this I am sure.

1. Yes it can definitely be motherboard dependent aswell as CPU. I think it has something to do with how the ram layout is on the motherboard itself.

2. Personally I do not like to use XMP myself, but prefer to manually enter the timings/voltages. I start off using what the timing that XMP would set, but like to have control over the voltage and start tweaking from there. As for the CPU heating then yes it would cause more heat due to you increasing voltage to the IMC etc... I could definitly notice a difference when I Overclocked on my Sandybridge running 2133 compared with 1600 at 4.7ghz, but that said on my Skylake I have not noticed any additional heat running 3200 or 3733 (which I currently am on now).

You definitely want to run 3000+ if you can though. Skylake runs very well with fast mem. Def noticeable in gaming benchmarks.


Sorry for the loose explanation. I am sure someone will chime in now that you post has been quoted with a more in depth explanation.
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Ignore, Wrong thread. Sorry.
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Started playing with this G4400 today - looks promising - not just core but also the cache/imc seems to be pretty good smile.gif
edit - non-k overclocking with a $60 chip - great fun!!


g4400_4700_1hr_prime_stable.jpg


g4400_4700_3228c14_100_hci_memtest.jpg
Edited by SteveRo - 1/30/16 at 4:50am
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Started playing with this G4400 today - looks promising - not just core but also the cache/imc seems to be pretty good smile.gif
edit - non-k overclocking with a $60 chip - great fun!!
g4400_4700_1hr_prime_stable.jpg
g4400_4700_3228c14_100_hci_memtest.jpg

Nice! If it wasn't for the things the mod bios does to other base services, I might stick with this cpu... biggrin.gif

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Nice! If it wasn't for the things the mod bios does to other base services, I might stick with this cpu... biggrin.gif


Very nice i3!!

Yes, 2 things to fix in non-k oc in my book -
1. #1 priority - find a way for the cpu to idle down in volts and speed, at least volts
2. find a way to uncouple core oc from uncore - this is a nice to have - allows better oc in most cases.
Edited by SteveRo - 1/30/16 at 6:16am
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