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matching 2 32GB kits together?

I've found that works maybe 10% of the time so I wish you luck biggrin.gif
Is that so? I've put together multiple TZ 4x8GB 3200c14 kit without issues at XMP. It is not recommended that's a sure thing, but because one can't do it, doesn't mean another can't. wink.gif
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What makes you think you'll get anywhere near 3733?

G.skill is close:

http://www.gskill.com/en/press/view/g-skill-exhibits-extreme-limits-of-ddr4-memory-on-live-demo-systems-at-computex-2016
post #253 of 7480
Just picked up the 6950X and popped it in after a Bios update, but for some reason the Bios says target boost frequency of 4Ghz (which is normal based on reviews I've seen) but in windows it only boosts to 3.4Ghz. Any ideas?

I installed that Turbo Boost 3.0 while I was at it.
 
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Just picked up the 6950X and popped it in after a Bios update, but for some reason the Bios says target boost frequency of 4Ghz (which is normal based on reviews I've seen) but in windows it only boosts to 3.4Ghz. Any ideas?

I installed that Turbo Boost 3.0 while I was at it.

Stock in bios, it says 4000mhz boost for my 6900k. In windows it is 3700mhz
post #255 of 7480
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Stock in bios, it says 4000mhz boost for my 6900k. In windows it is 3700mhz

According to what I've just read it seems my CPU is using Turbo Boost 2.0. Odd....
 
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I have a general question for Broadwell-E users;

Is there any confirmation that you can overclock the Broadwell-E CPUs on older MSI X99 motherboards i.e the ones that came 2014-2015?

Thankful for any information regarding this as I'm about to order an upgrade.
Edited by Medusa666 - 6/8/16 at 10:40am
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matching 2 32GB kits together?

I've found that works maybe 10% of the time so I wish you luck biggrin.gif

I've done it with two 32 GB sets TridentZ 3200 c14 on a 6950x without issue. It even ran 3400 just fine with the xmp profile.

I've since pulled the 6950x and returned to my 5960x, but my 5960x will definitely not do the 3400 like the 6950x did.
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There are plenty of sticks that can do these speeds. The problem is, Broadwell-E cannot. 3333/3400 is around the limit here. Some may go slightly higher, but stability may well have a limited range.
Edited by Silent Scone - 6/8/16 at 12:08pm
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There are plenty of sticks that can do these speeds. The problem is, Broadwell-E cannot. 3333/3400 is around the limit here. Some may go slightly higher, but stability may well have a limited range.

Was waiting to see a post from you about BW-E IMC's.

Shame. Hopefully can max out my 5930k's IMC with the E-Die I have now. Seems the only thing I'd get is a 10% increase clock for clock.

No new fun with RAM? That's useless.
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What program do people use now to stress test if overclock is stable enough? I usually just use aida64 but is there something better?
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