Originally Posted by Loladinas
I think it's both the IMC and VRAM chips, as I have seen improvements after improving cooling on both. Previously I was unable to clock the memory (with stock timings, obviously) past 2200MHz, and even then it needed 5-8C air going into it and 2500RPM fans. After applying a heatsink I can do 2250MHz (with errors, but it doesn't crash), with fans spinning at about 1000RPM and a more reasonable air temp of 18C. And error rate at lower frequencies has decreased.
I haven't noticed any benefits of increasing IMC voltage either.
relaxed some timings...
same bandwidth but realworld performance is a bit lower at the same frequency(1% maybe). BUT now you can "overclock" a little. for me 2125mhz stable. Testing 2150Mhz
950mv@2150mhz better but not perfect
testing now 1000mvEDIT:
even more "extreme" timings. 236GB/s@2100Mhz now.a looooot of testing neededEdited by generaleramon - 2/21/17 at 12:44pm