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If he gets it to run @ 2400Mhz on the CHV I will give him a million dollars and the head of my first born child. It's that unlikely. AMD= good for coasters/door stops.
Seriously though... 4GB @ 2400? Maybe. 16? Not a chance in hell.


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post #12 of 30
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If he gets it to run @ 2400Mhz on the CHV I will give him a million dollars and the head of my first born child. It's that unlikely. AMD= good for coasters/door stops.
Seriously though... 4GB @ 2400? Maybe. 16? Not a chance in hell.
How about 2400 on my cheap UD3P board?

I could definitely use the cash. You can keep the head, though.

btw... I got 2400 to work at 1T. biggrin.gif
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Not stability tested because my VRMs get hot with HPM and Prime even at 4.6 but the board definitely does 2400 even though it says the limit is 2000. I can probably even get the CAS latency down from 13 if I try but the RAM is 3T rated 2400, lol.

I haven't done much with this Patriot RAM yet but it doesn't seem to offer much from my usual 900 MHz 8-9-9-24-1T speed (or 9-9-9-27-1T even, which I get comfortably from my DDR3L ultra-low profile Crucial RAM at 1.5V). I don't know if it's the 3:16 ratio (versus 1:4 at 900 MHz) or what.
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Also... just for a laugh:

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How are you cooling your setup? looks like I need one of these newer chips ....opens a new tab and starts browsing microcenter AMD Cpu's
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How are you cooling your setup? looks like I need one of these newer chips ....opens a new tab and starts browsing microcenter AMD Cpu's
Don't get too excited. The VRMs on that board are a big pain because they're 4 phases with a doubler. The board will do 2400 RAM but I wouldn't expect a lot of GHz out of the processor if you want to be HPM mode + Prime stable. Right now, with a 140mm fan blowing onto the VRMs and a 360mm radiator on the processor I am sticking with 4.6 at the max because I don't want my VRM temp to be 90C or higher based on The Stilt's data about VRM specs for this board. I'm using an L360 2.0 kit from EK with a Phantom 530 case. I am using the rear fan on the VRMs, blowing partially through them.

What the board needs is a waterblock for the VRMs in particular. I am thinking of trying one of the "universal" ones but no one gave me feedback in the watercooling board about those and I can't find any reviews so I'm wary.

The voltages you're seeing in my shots are definitely not Prime stable voltages. With your board I would expect better results from my chip, though. Also, if you do decide to get a new chip I suggest the 8320E which has basically been identical to the 8370E from what I've seen in terms of overclocking.

I am also, by the way, using the completely evil Liquid Pro TIM which I strongly suggest using with the utmost caution. My new method is to let it explode (because it does that) onto a plastic bag and then using an artist's brush to apply it from there to the heatspeader. It will shoot three feet through the air from the cruddy syringe they use with just a gentle press. I also strongly recommend against using that with a big air cooler because it likes to stick the CPU to the cooler. My 8320E died when trying to remove a terrible Zalman air cooler (awful mounting mechanism that cuts you all up when trying to use the special twist tool) that had a faulty bolt and which stuck to the chip (chip and cooler both lapped to 3000 grit). The pins ended up crushed. mad.gif
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Don't be too worried about the 9590 + CHVZ setup you will be fine as long as you have enough power and cooling, matter of fact I have an 8350 and will get a 9590 next
BTW the trident 2400mhz is very capable RAM let us know how it runs

If he gets it to run @ 2400Mhz on the CHV I will give him a million dollars and the head of my first born child. It's that unlikely. AMD= good for coasters/door stops.
Seriously though... 4GB @ 2400? Maybe. 16? Not a chance in hell.

I'll take the million, you can keep your first born smile.gif
It amazes me that people don't even think to look things like this up before posting something that makes them look silly. AMD's bulldozer and llano held the memory frequency world records until Haswell came along.
I've ran 16 gb at 2400mhz 1T command rate with out any issues, but I really don't use that much ram so this is my favorite configuration for a daily overclock on the ram.

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I'll take the million, you can keep your first born smile.gif It amazes me that people don't even think to look things like this up before posting something that makes them look silly.
Sorry. Money already claimed. biggrin.gif
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I'll take the million, you can keep your first born smile.gif It amazes me that people don't even think to look things like this up before posting something that makes them look silly.
Sorry. Money already claimed. biggrin.gif

lol good for you smile.gif
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lol good for you smile.gif
I'll be a good sport and let you keep the head.
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