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I'm interested to know what is max memory bandwidth diagram result (Read,Write,Copy,Latency) on X58 for this Crucial memory.
Also I saw that you have both X5690 and W3690. I would like to know which one CPU is able make better BLCK overclock.

I can tell you that the W3690 is a better OVERALL choice because of various reasons. I've never overclocked the X5960 but I have overclocked a X5660 and it topped out at 4.4GHz at the Intel Maximum recommended safe operating voltage of 1.35 for that chip. The W3690 is safe up to 1.375v, has an unlocked multi too. My X5660 crapped out EVERY time when close to 70*c. My i7 970 could run up to 90*c before it would crash due to heat. The i7 970 and the W3690 share most of the same specs.

The crucial kit can overclock fairly high. Some people are getting up to 2400MHz with it. My system won't open the timings enough to test it out.
     
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I have 2 kits of that crucial RAM plus a single stick of it. All of them have been able to do 2133 9-9-9-24 1T on 1.5V. On my old Phenom II 1090T I was able to do 2176Mhz with the same timings and voltage on my first kit. On X58 I'm limited to 214 BCLK and the X5600 xeons can't use the 1600Mhz memory multiplier, so I can't test higher than 2140Mhz.
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