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post #1291 of 2007
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Funny, that's what guys said about my FX 8350 on the 990 GD 80. .


You won't get there on a dud chip, but you won't get an average chip there on a dud of a board either.


How about CL 14 3200 mhz 1 T on the very first bios using AXMP? Any other motherboards able to do that?

All X370 boards are by far capable enough to sustain that on a decent chip.

And my Gaming-5 did 3200MHz 14-13-13-28 1T (obviously, they all run at 1T) on 1.35V on the launch BIOS... Hell it can bench at 14-11-11-26 just fine - but it's not stable on 1.35V and I can't be bothered to find how much it takes to stabilise it for such a minute performance gain.

My nephew is on a K7 , I gave him half of my 32 gb set of ram that worked perfectly on the Titanium in 2 x 8 gb configuration. The most he could get out of it was 2667 mhz .
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post #1292 of 2007
RAM speed is kind of a lottery, depending on several factors it seems, my kit was stuck at 2933 with the Killer SLI and now it can do 3400 with the K7.

Motherboard, memory kit and chip IMC are among those factors.

I'm liking more and more this Aorus board.
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post #1293 of 2007
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What does that have to do with how good the parts on the vrm are? You're not making any sense.

You seriously can not figure it out?

He ran cpu-z found max of chip....ran cinebench...magic smoke dead cpu/board...thats why no results for 58 days since wink.gif
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post #1294 of 2007
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My nephew is on a K7 , I gave him half of my 32 gb set of ram that worked perfectly on the Titanium in 2 x 8 gb configuration. The most he could get out of it was 2667 mhz .

I could only get 3680. Your right it sux.

What's that titanium getting again? Oh yah 3200...

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post #1295 of 2007
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My nephew is on a K7 , I gave him half of my 32 gb set of ram that worked perfectly on the Titanium in 2 x 8 gb configuration. The most he could get out of it was 2667 mhz .

 

And I gave my brother my 5D Mark II and he couldn't manage to get a picture exposed properly but I produce professional work on it...

 

What's your point?

   
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post #1296 of 2007
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You seriously can not figure it out?

He ran cpu-z found max of chip....ran cinebench...magic smoke dead cpu/board...thats why no results for 58 days since wink.gif
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You sure it wasn't the ln2 destroying the board physically? No matter the board you have, it will eventually die as soon as it shorts at an unprotected spot (no way around that, on any board).
Even if it didn't short, it would eventually die due to moisture or extreme temperature changes. As soon as you reach an associate threshold under the circumstances, the board dies, any board.
post #1297 of 2007
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And I gave my brother my 5D Mark II and he couldn't manage to get a picture exposed properly but I produce professional work on it...

What's your point?

His point is he binned the best parts and passed on his junk lol..
post #1298 of 2007
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You sure it wasn't the ln2 destroying the board physically? No matter the board you have, it will eventually die as soon as it shorts at an unprotected spot (no way around that, on any board).
Even if it didn't short, it would eventually die due to moisture or extreme temperature changes. As soon as you reach an associate threshold under the circumstances, the board dies, any board.

No way around that? Really? I bench with water on my board np. Its called conformal coating vaseline plastidip eraser...

Pick one all are methods that work...

I use conformal..

To funny. You have no clue about ln2 benching...

Good thing i do...so once again the only platform you would only bench cpu-z on for cpu-z is BD...

You bench cinebench on ryzen...he does but did not...why...

Simple it died trying to run it.

Happened to me...insulation can not unicorn poor quality fets..

Boards last many session over and over...hell we froze for BD record two boards over and over again on lhe before we found a decent chip...one was being blow dryered while other was being frozen to -250....switch your turn..
Edited by chew* - 5/1/17 at 6:51am
post #1299 of 2007
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No way around that? Really? I bench with water on my board np. Its called conformal coating vaseline plastidip eraser...

Pick one all are methods that work...

I use conformal..

To funny. You have no clue about ln2 benching...

Good thing i do...so once again the only platform you would only bench cpu-z on for cpu-z is BD...

You bench cinebench on ryzen...he does but did not...why...

Simple it died trying to run it.

Happened to me...insulation can not unicorn poor quality fets..

Boards last many session over and over...hell we froze for BD record two boards over and over again on lhe before we found a decent chip...one was being blow dryered while other was being frozen to -250....switch your turn..

Yeah, I have no clue. Absolutely none.
It's not as if you can miss a spot when applying the coating. It's also impossible for debris, like a piece of hair, to find its way behind the coating when applying it, thus sorting the board.
Of course the coating is always perfect and lasts forever. thumb.gif

/sarcasm.
post #1300 of 2007
Silicone conformal...yep it does. Urethane is problematic. Silicone is not. It does not miss spots. Its flow characteristics prevent that in fact it works almost to good to the point where you can ruin dimm slots socket and pci slots....

you knew that because you use it and bench ln2

/sarcasm.
Edited by chew* - 5/1/17 at 8:04am
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