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post #1301 of 2005
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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?

That you will accept any information that appears to put the Titanium in a poor light and refuse anything that shows it to be equal or superior.


Titanium could - K7 could not.... simple as that.
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post #1302 of 2005
So your dud chip that sucked in titanium sucked in gigabyte...what a surprise.

I go by facts.

Facts prime is easy to cheat...suspect highly when not cascaded to show iterations and amount of work done...suspect 2 version not visible.
Suspect 3 low ram usage.

That just covers how you run and display your "prime"

All top tier boards have done 3200 np the way i test with multiple chips. Its expected its not a miracle...

The issue is not till you go mainstream and lower that 3200 real stable is a problem.

You happen to dodge quite a bit.

I show 3680 on k7...no comment.

Fan on back of mobo open case no comment. Might want to go edit that post now that i brought that up..

Binned to win no comment..

Change subject alot though..

Still on ancient microcode? News flash it clocks 100 mhz higher...eventually going to lose that..

Roll that beautiful bean err i mean vrm temp screen again...

I believe straight up guys with bad and good to say...

With the current breed...you would be a great reviewer though...

Everything perfect nothing to see here 10/10
Edited by chew* - 5/1/17 at 8:39am
post #1303 of 2005
Wonder who will release a true top of the line board for the x370 first?
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post #1304 of 2005
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So your dud chip that sucked in titanium sucked in gigabyte...what a surprise.

K7 2667 - barely - Titanium 3200 mhz cl 14 - just enabled AXMP - not much debating which was better.

The Titanium's lack of a reference clock adjustments will be a handicap for anyone wanting to run faster frequency than 3200 mhz.

I am the self admitted worlds worst memory overclocker, I just don't have the patience - Titanium's ez pezee 3200 cl 14 1T is a great choice for me.

What voltages did you have on the ram/soc in the screenshot above ?
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post #1305 of 2005
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K7 2667 - barely - Titanium 3200 mhz cl 14 - just enabled AXMP - not much debating which was better.

The Titanium's lack of a reference clock adjustments will be a handicap for anyone wanting to run faster frequency than 3200 mhz.

I am the self admitted worlds worst memory overclocker, I just don't have the patience - Titanium's ez pezee 3200 cl 14 1T is a great choice for me.

What voltages did you have on the ram/soc in the screenshot above ?
Got a K7. Slapped in my 2x8GB kit and enabled the profile. Runs at 3200 CL14 1T without issue. thumb.gif
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post #1306 of 2005
1.2 soc.

Voltage 1.50...tad higher than the 1.45 stilt has suggested run them at bit i was in im not slacking timings mood.

16-16-16 way less volts...far more realistic.

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post #1307 of 2005
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Says who? Where did the prices come from? How do these nikos parts compare to other similar parts in terms of reliability, cost and performance?

Instead of smearing the company, which makes perfectly fine parts by the way, it is far more useful to point out the actual real life issues associated with these parts.

I've seen like a dozen people smearing both nikos and msi in this thread without providing any reasoning or evidence. Enough is enough already.

Nikos= Hot Running Chinese budget fets. You don't like me saying that ? Prove me wrong !

They run hot, are less than reliable and MSI is using them with it's Titanium AM4 now.

MSI is charging a premium for a board made of budget parts and as @AlphaC pointed it lacks even the clockgen that all the other less expensive, higher quality made boards have.
The MSI X370 Titanium retails for $ 300.

Now if you are looking for a expensive board with good painting job and nothing else the MSI X370 Titanium is the right board for you.thumb.gif
post #1308 of 2005
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Nikos= Hot Running Chinese budget fets. You don't like me saying that ? Prove me wrong !

That's the opposite way of how a conversation works.

Whatever an individual claims is meant to be supported by facts, or when said facts are unavailable, at least some observations of the material in question.

When resorting to unsupported claims, name-calling, smearing, putdowns, personal attacks and the likes then you do not have a conversation. Best case scenario is that you have a childish argument in the form of "mine is bigger than yours", worst case is that you have someone trolling just to get reactions.

So, lets stick to facts and get the conversation going instead of using empty claims and phrases like "nikos fets are reaching 100 trillion celsius temperature, they melt everything they touch, make a hole on the ground, fall until they reach the center of the earth and as a result make the earth explode and get us all killed" or "some guy I know had an msi board with nikos fets and it gave him HIV".

It's not a matter of liking what you read or not. If you claim something, prove it and stop wasting everyone else's time.
post #1309 of 2005
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Got a K7. Slapped in my 2x8GB kit and enabled the profile. Runs at 3200 CL14 1T without issue. thumb.gif

K7 here as well, running a Hynix kit at 3200 Cl16 without issue; same kit in 2 other boards wouldn't post past 2400. thumb.gif
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post #1310 of 2005
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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?

Wee asus board had no problem with xmp on release bios

Titanium bios may not have been perfect but at least it, like the biostar gt7, was mostly problem free without widespread issues.
Just worked, gratifying for flagship board.

Your nephew seems to have drawn the short end of the stick on his experience with the other half of that kit. Hard to judge, don't know skill level.
I'm curious did you ever run that kit on your titanium?
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