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Download Thaiphoon and let that settle everyones bets. Elmor told someone that he thought theres (and mine) was Hynix but ended up being Samsung E-die.



http://www.softnology.biz/files.html

It will help clear the muddle on this thread with whom have what chips on their sticks.

I agree, but the guy clearly didn't want to open his package without knowing what IC's it had. So you either check with someone that used the same kit or you contact the manufacturer directly.
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Download Thaiphoon and let that settle everyones bets. Elmor told someone that he thought theres (and mine) was Hynix but ended up being Samsung E-die.



http://www.softnology.biz/files.html

It will help clear the muddle on this thread with whom have what chips on their sticks.

I agree, but the guy clearly didn't want to open his package without knowing what IC's it had. So you either check with someone that used the same kit or you contact the manufacturer directly.

Apologies, i didnt read into it all, i was just scanning the thread and saw the same issue that seems to keep popping up.

Hopefully this will help everyone else who actually have theirs in their system. This thread needs something to stop all the confusion and hysteria. biggrin.gif
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Download Thaiphoon and let that settle everyones bets. Elmor told someone that he thought theres (and mine) was Hynix but ended up being Samsung E-die.



http://www.softnology.biz/files.html

It will help clear the muddle on this thread with whom have what chips on their sticks.

For some reason, Thaiphoon does not read my DRAM, push the read button, choose one of the four SPD choices and everything under the Memory Module and Dram Components columns are "Undefined".


Edited by CeltPC - 4/22/17 at 11:46pm
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Hmmm... Having a slightly higher BCLK seems to have been having a detrimental effect on performance. 98.8 Bclk, same-ish speeds are killing cpu bench scores.
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Download Thaiphoon and let that settle everyones bets. Elmor told someone that he thought theres (and mine) was Hynix but ended up being Samsung E-die.



http://www.softnology.biz/files.html

It will help clear the muddle on this thread with whom have what chips on their sticks.

For some reason, Thaiphoon does not read my DRAM, push the read button, choose one of the four SPD choices and everything under the Memory Module and Dram Components columns are "Undefined".


Hmm. Did you download the correct version? I downloaded the top on of the two and then clicked the read button and chose the top one from the drop down. I think it ended with 50H.

Try running compatibility mode and/or system administrator. (I didnt need to do these but hey, worth a shot). Im running latest Win 10 Pro (not preview).
Edited by RS87 - 4/22/17 at 11:54pm
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~4149 Wrecking it... 98.8 bclk




~4156 at 102 bclk... also throws out errors because that tiny bit over 4150 too much for 1.5v! whats happening here?!

I guess I might not want to worry too much about my memory speed...

system hang if I try to go too low, figures. Stopping at 98.8 for now ! gonna do some tests.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/23/17 at 12:06am
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@LLC 5 or something? I don't get a stable 4200 @1.5v without LLC :3 Crash on realbench benchmark run.

LLC2, that is all I run
post #10918 of 17643
I couldn't help myself, last one before bed.. CB 1931 smile.gif

http://i.imgur.com/kQjofKy.jpg

4231mhz, 113 bclk, @ 1.42v, DDR3606, 14-14-14-14-36

Validation file with CPU-Z Bench

http://valid.x86.fr/uk6qda

I am REALLY happy with the single thread score:

http://valid.x86.fr/bench/uk6qda/1


I might shoot for some 12-12-12-12 timings tomorrow.
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Hmm. Did you download the correct version? I downloaded the top on of the two and then clicked the read button and chose the top one from the drop down. I think it ended with 50H.
Yup exactly what I did.
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Try running compatibility mode and/or system administrator. (I didnt need to do these but hey, worth a shot). Im running latest Win 10 Pro (not preview).
Yup, Ran it normally and as admin. Same results.
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http://valid.x86.fr/mv1615

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