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I think you are lost in traslation, as usual...

I meant that if I wanna see real clocks in Aida I need to pass it in high performance, what it is not the same that I need it in order to ensure stability... Have I been clear now or do you need a new explanation???

Have you seen my IBT at the same clocks in adaptive??? Do you think I could pass IBT in standard if I was not stable in Aida64???

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Maybe you will understand me better in spanish...

No thanks, I don't think anyone should really care about IBT results these days. The term pass when speaking about a stability test, which strangely enough will end with a result of either pass/fail, infers that you needed to change the PP in order to do this.

Feel free to translate that.
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So you doubt I am stable, dont you???

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Guys, I am starting to think you have a crusade against me... This ain't normal!!!

No, we have what is known as a case of Déjà vu (that's French) whereby you're claiming totally stable without proof for other peoples benefit, that is all
Edited by Silent Scone - 7/25/16 at 4:42am
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Well, stable is an adjective that has been discussed before, and some people here finished stating that stability depends on several things, one of them is the tasks for what we use the pc..

But I dont have any problems in passing HCI again, hope this time you will congrat me as a knight you must be, english man...
Edited by vmanuelgm - 7/25/16 at 4:51am
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Well, stable is a thing that has been discussed before, and some people here finished stating that stable depends on several things, one of them is the tasks for what we use the pc..

But I dont have any problems in passing HCI again, hope this time you will congrat me as a knight you must be, english man...

LOL biggrin.gif

Unfortunately I cannot knight anyone without evidence of the claims made. For if you are stable it is truly commendable indeed of our highest honour. The Smiley Face sticker of Memorlotte.


In all seriousness, this would also include you not-having to change timings from your previous claims as you did before. That's what us Brits like to call 'cheating'. Good day to you, sir.
post #1854 of 7219
So the thing is saying in this forum to everyone that vmanuelgm cheats...

Ok, then, "knightmare" wise man, hope you feel better and sleep well at night...

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post #1855 of 7219
With the finest silk, that I can assure you. May your overclocking be dreamy and conditional, peasant! biggrin.gif

No, we are all good. However fool us once...
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I think CL13 wont be stable, the clocks are similar to what 5960x achieved...

3355 CL14-1T is stable, I am satisfied...

3355 CL12-1T is a bit difficult, could you post some screens???
Well, you could try 13-14-14-32 1T with 1.45v and see what's up, but I don't know what voltage do you have for 3355C14. If you are already within the 1.45v range, yeah C13 might be difficult.
No can do on BW-E, as I don't own any, nor 3355C12 as I never tried that.
But 3200c12 on HW-E, that I can.
http://hwbot.org/submission/3110295_kimir_cinebench___r15_core_i7_5960x_1928_cb
http://hwbot.org/submission/3231246_kimir_aida64___memory_read_ddr4_sdram_89054_mbs
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F22 Raptor 2,410 km/h Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


My breakfast earlier, quick and easy
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He's sent a shot of the CPU. It can mean the CPU, but it'll be something he has done - asked for a clearer shot of the socket also.

[EDIT] He's just said he was able to use EZFlash to update to the latest UEFI, after I told him to try USB Flashback. Which means unless he really is a potato, and doesn't understand the difference, that he was able to get the system to POST.
looks like it's potato
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I prefer 125.8 3355 which is completely stable and super smooth:
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looks good.
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Its not manual, its offset, but I selected high performance in order to pass aida... So offset for vcore, cache and system agent.

I find 3400 T2 a bit rough in my system (T1 is not stable at all, only can pass aida).


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CL13, latency is cool...

whoa - slow down cowboy... you have tRAS at 13 in that post. blinksmiley.gif

(but at least you are having fun!)
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whoa - slow down cowboy... you have tRAS at 13 in that post. blinksmiley.gif

Hello

tRFC can be added as well. But as these screenshot seem to be for the less informed the values are probably irrelevant. Whatever makes things look good.
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Hello

tRFC can be added as well. But as these screenshot seem to be for the less informed the values are probably irrelevant. Whatever makes things look good.
In what range should the tRFC be, around 320-340? Is there a formula to calculate that one properly?
I have that at 240 myself, GSAT stable - still stable as of yesterday, as I tried running 13-13-13 instead of 13-14-13 while tweaking the 3 DQ, 3 DQs and ppl termination voltage, without luck, ended up making sure what was previously stable, still was. -

Sorry to ask that here, it's more fit to be in the DDR4 thread. redface.gif
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CL13, latency is cool...

but not running quite right as you have it set:
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I think you are lost in traslation, as usual...
I meant that if I wanna see real clocks in Aida I need to pass it in high performance, what it is not the same that I need it in order to ensure stability... Have I been clear now or do you need a new explanation???
Have you seen my IBT at the same clocks in adaptive??? Do you think I could pass IBT in standard if I was not stable in Aida64???
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...

good question. the answer is yes, since IBT standard uses no ram or cache. IBT is really only useful as a peak current test.

drop the real temp - it's missing a number of cores. Use the most recent CoreTemp

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