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Guys, I just post aidas to see bandwidth, but doesnt mean every aida I post is fully stable for things like HCI...

I doubt, Jpbboy I can pass IBT standard if I can pass Aida64 mem and cache.

That Aida is impressive, but is it stable for HCI??? And then, How many GB's have you got??? I guess 64 are offering better results in bandwidth... That or RV10 makes a difference...
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Originally Posted by vmanuelgm View Post

Guys, I just post aidas to see bandwidth, but doesnt mean every aida I post is fully stable for things like HCI...

I doubt, Jpbboy I can pass IBT standard if I can pass Aida64 mem and cache.

That Aida is impressive, but is it stable for HCI??? And then, How many GB's have you got??? I guess 64 are offering better results in bandwidth... That or RV10 makes a difference...
yes. http://www.overclock.net/t/1569364/official-skylake-haswell-e-broadwell-e-24-7-ddr4-memory-stability-thread/2040_20#post_25356335
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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

Hello

With that low of tRFC I'd be more concerned about an adequately sized tXS window coming out of self-refresh than passing GSAT.
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Hey Jpm, you must be kidding me, cos aida64 is showing 3.8 in cache and your submission in the stability thread 3.6, whtile cores 4.4 vs 4.2... Its easier with less cache and core clocks...

That or maybe I am totally lost and not in traslation for this time...

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Hey Jpm, you must be kidding me, cos aida64 is showing 3.8 in cache and your submission in the stability thread 3.6, whtile cores 4.4 vs 4.2... Its easier with less cache and core clocks...

That or maybe I am totally lost and not in traslation for this time...

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It's also easy to just keep saying "totally stable", as we have discovered
post #1866 of 7252
Stable for what???

Hci is valid to test avx2 for example???

I think you mistake things, guys, but its my opinion. Valid for me as yours is valid for you.

I also think jpmboy doesnt need bodyguards, or maybe you're special friends??? Isn't jpmboy cheating, coherent english man?

And talking about coherency, your first post in your stability thread says it needs around 90% memory use, and 2068x20=41360, far from 58982+-
Edited by vmanuelgm - 7/25/16 at 9:33am
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Hello

With that low of tRFC I'd be more concerned about an adequately sized tXS window coming out of self-refresh than passing GSAT.

Hi Praz,

I'm able to get tRFC down to 248 (I set it to 247 in BIOS but comes out as 248 in OS) good for 2hrs plus RealBench, and really helps the benchtesting results thumb.gifrolleyes.gif. Any lower is no good. Interestingly, tWCL which I see many have at 12 or less I can't budge from 14 without instant chaos.
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Have any of you guys played with Nocuta coolers here? I have some drip on eBay trying to return a 6800K which was brand new. He's trying to put in a return request saying the board is displaying 00 and I'm refusing to accept it. Is there an issue with using them with the ASUS socket mounting tool for instance?

There are two likely scenarios, he's either trying to pull a fast one and send me back an empty box - whilst making me pay return shipping from Ireland, even though i stomached the cost. Or, he's killed the board or CPU himself somehow. He's using it on an X99 Strix so shouldn't need to flash, but have instructed he use USBFlashback and send me a decent photo of the CPU socket.

I have.

They have awesome mounting gear and are super easy to install. I am thinking the same as you... he messed something up.

Don't play ball with this chump. Regardless... the CPU you sent worked. Period. Anything else is his fault.
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I have.

They have awesome mounting gear and are super easy to install. I am thinking the same as you... he messed something up.

Don't play ball with this chump. Regardless... the CPU you sent worked. Period. Anything else is his fault.


Unfortunately this is eBay, he's also ignored every instance of me asking him to contact ASUS. Nightmare. Idiots everywhere.
post #1870 of 7252
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Originally Posted by vmanuelgm View Post

Hey Jpm, you must be kidding me, cos aida64 is showing 3.8 in cache and your submission in the stability thread 3.6, whtile cores 4.4 vs 4.2... Its easier with less cache and core clocks...

That or maybe I am totally lost and not in traslation for this time...

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I'm afraid to say, it's beginning to look like totally lost. wink.gif
keep your eye on the ball bro. I posted 4.4/3.8 since those are the core and cache you had. 3.8 or 3.6 is not a problem for this chip. The point is the ram productivity. And yes, it's stable at either.
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anyway - one of the features in AID64 that helps with understanding some aspects of "tuning" is this:


Current config... sold my 1080

Edited by Jpmboy - 7/25/16 at 9:54am
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