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Not quite the same but Samsung ram scales very well with voltage. I'm willing to bet you will be able to pull 3200 12 12 12 24 with tight secondary and tertiary timings at around 1.5V thumb.gif

Edit: after some quick digging around the ram you purchased uses bdie so excellent choice. In all the testing it was found bdie is supreme currently.
That would be awesome. Got a link to OC results for my particular model? G.Skill 3200 CAS 14 2 x 8GB (Black color). I got two pairs since it was cheaper than 4 x 8GB.
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That would be awesome. Got a link to OC results for my particular model? G.Skill 3200 CAS 14 2 x 8GB (Black color). I got two pairs since it was cheaper than 4 x 8GB.

Unfortunately no I can't find anything on your exact model. Here is the link to a great thread where guys do nothing but bin ram. These guys know what they are talking about. Much more than me for sure. They state several times the only type of ram to buy this year is bdie. Take some of their disappointments with s grain of salt however since they are binning for 4000mhz plus ram at crazy low timings haha.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1268061/ocn-ram-addict-club-gallery
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Unfortunately no I can't find anything on your exact model. Here is the link to a great thread where guys do nothing but bin ram. These guys know what they are talking about. Much more than me for sure. They state several times the only type of ram to buy this year is bdie. Take some of their disappointments with s grain of salt however since they are binning for 4000mhz plus ram at crazy low timings haha.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1268061/ocn-ram-addict-club-gallery
Thanks for the link. I'm going to check out that thread later and hope I don't end up wit buyers remorse. I didn't really want to OC RAM this time because I'd rather have stability. If anything I was hoping to lower CAS to 13 and be done with it. I'd rather sell my RAM a year or two from now and buy some legit 4+Ghz DDR4 with low timings anyway.
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You won't end up with remorse for sure. It's good quality ram. I think with a bump in voltage cl 12 is very achievable at stock speeds. Memory overclocking doesn't mean instability it just means lost of testing to ensure stability haha. It's very time consuming but I was able to take my 3200 cl16 that I purchased back before all these nice kits have come out and bump it up to 3520 CL 14. If you do plan to OC ram just use memtest+ and boot into it from bios instead of using it with Windows. As time consuming as the ram OC was it was a fun learning experience and luckily I had some great people from the forum to answer the questions I had as I had several.
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You won't end up with remorse for sure. It's good quality ram. I think with a bump in voltage cl 12 is very achievable at stock speeds. Memory overclocking doesn't mean instability it just means lost of testing to ensure stability haha. It's very time consuming but I was able to take my 3200 cl16 that I purchased back before all these nice kits have come out and bump it up to 3520 CL 14. If you do plan to OC ram just use memtest+ and boot into it from bios instead of using it with Windows. As time consuming as the ram OC was it was a fun learning experience and luckily I had some great people from the forum to answer the questions I had as I had several.
I appreciate the help but I've been overclocking for many years now. What I meant to say was that I'm too lazy to test for days (OCD) so I went for the fastest ram available with the lowest timings. You've now awakened the OC beast within so I'll probably waste days overclocking now. Thanks! rolleyes.gif
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Haha that's exactly what we are all here for. To encourage users to push their system. OCing can be a chore but it's addicting. I mean when I was working on secondary and tertiary timings my stress level must have gone through the roof. I must of restarted my computer 30 times in one day due to various post errors caused by either too tight timings or that changes froze the system upon testing stability. In the end though knowing I'm pulling all the power I paid for is worth it.
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Haha that's exactly what we are all here for. To encourage users to push their system. OCing can be a chore but it's addicting. I mean when I was working on secondary and tertiary timings my stress level must have gone through the roof. I must of restarted my computer 30 times in one day due to various post errors caused by either too tight timings or that changes froze the system upon testing stability. In the end though knowing I'm pulling all the power I paid for is worth it.
I'm with you. It can be very addicting.

BTW, you got a nice OC. Almost 3500Mhz @ CAS 15 is pretty damn sweet.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4LFSYDwfbw

video comparing the two. I wouldn't overclock 6800k to 4.5ghz (86C is too hot) but if you were to compare 4.4ghz 6800k and 4.7-4.8ghz 6700k the gaming fps will probably be nearly a wash with some marginal difference depending on the game's multi threading abilities. The broadwell-e are actually surprisingly good for gaming with their higher physics scores. So for a gaming/multiasking or for rendering the 6800k is worth the extra cost but for pure gaming you can save money with the 6700k.
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Interesting video. The 6800k is either slightly ahead in games or performs the same as a 6700k. The 6800k should pull ahead if and when games use more cores.
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without cutting anyone off, i am new to the forums and have a 6800k, i have clocked it to 4.3ghz at 1.335v. my cache ratio is at 3ghz, default being 2.7ghz.should i up the cache multiplier higher? my max temp up extreme tuning utility is 64c.
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