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Thermalright 120 Ultra Extreme with Delta TLC1212DE Fan (and MX-2 paste) smile.gif
It wasn't stable enough to do much benching tho.

As for GTX 1050 Ti... well got that covered : http://valid.x86.fr/sf30tg wink.gif
For now, I'm playing aroung with : http://valid.x86.fr/z3vfeg
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Thermalright 120 Ultra Extreme with Delta TLC1212DE Fan (and MX-2 paste) smile.gif
It wasn't stable enough to do much benching tho.

As for GTX 1050 Ti... well got that covered : http://valid.x86.fr/sf30tg wink.gif
For now, I'm playing aroung with : http://valid.x86.fr/z3vfeg

I see it says 780Ti, it is blend of 1050 and 1060 performance and computing. Would like to see it benched on 3D applications such as Blender and maybe Crysis 3, but as you said it is not stable enough. I'm guessing a 3.6GHZ OC would be stable then.

How did you get 16GB ram to work? I saw your mobo supports 8GB max, or does 8GB max mean one 8GB dimm per slot? It is quite confusing, been seeing a lot of misinformation on the web.
post #13 of 18
Crysis 3 with 3,69GHz clock (on really cheap motherboard and done almost 2Y ago) : LINK wink.gif
Performance : Drops to 35FPS (minimum FPS), with low to mid 40-ties seen most of the time (while fighting the tower).

16GB RAM :
It's quite simple - when specs were finallised there was no 4GB DDR3 sticks to check if they will work.
Support for higher capacity was added later in BIOS, but since specs were on paper by that point - nobody bothered to correct it officially.
You can assume, all DDR3 LGA 775 MB's can support 4GB sticks, example on P35 chipset (ASUS P5K64 WS) : LINK
BUT there is a catch : RAM must use 256MB chips (or 16 chips per 4GB stick, in a 8x2R configuration).
Single sided 8x1R RAM, probably won't work on this boards (since they use 512MB chips).
Edited by agentx007 - 3/18/17 at 6:56pm
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post #14 of 18
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Crysis 3 with 3,69GHz clock (on really cheap motherboard) : LINK wink.gif
Performance : Drops to 35FPS (minimum FPS), with low 40-ties as average (while fighting the tower).

16GB RAM :
It's quite simple - when specs were finallised there was no 4GB DDR3 sticks to check if they will work.
Support for higher capacity was added later in BIOS, but since specs were on paper by that point - nobody bothered to correct it officially.
You can assume, all DDR3 LGA 775 MB's can support 4GB sticks, example on P35 chipset (ASUS P5K64 WS) : LINK
BUT there is a catch : RAM must use 256MB chips (or 16 chips per 4GB stick, in a 8x2R configuration).
Single sided 8x1R RAM, probably won't work on this boards (since they use 512MB chips).

So I just need to make sure those sticks are double sided. However the replacement board still only has two slots, but it is a new mobo, never used. The second hand market in my country is flooded with two slot DDR2 boards, old server boards being the exception but costs around $300 second hand. Unfortunately sites like newegg and Amazon seems to block shipment to my country on higher end products, I guess it's some leftover boycotts from the Apartheid years. Would love to get a P45 or X48.
post #15 of 18
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So I just need to make sure those sticks are double sided.
Basicly, yes.
I should add that I did NOT tested this theory on cheap DDR3 boards (utilising P41/P43 chipsets), because I don't own one.
I assume they should work, since higher end MB supports them.
It is possible however, that OEM DDR3 boards won't support 4GB/stick RAM (because of limited BIOS support on HP/Dell part).
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post #16 of 18
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The BIOS may be a problem for that board, I think J&W Jwele is defunct or got bought out, their site changed recently to Minix, so there is no more link for their products and drivers. It's all in Mandarin written and saved in image format, so Google translate is no help.

Thank you for sharing your wisdom and interesting overclock.

Guess i'll post an ad in the classifieds and see if I can get a P45 or X48, otherwise i'll get that P43.
post #17 of 18
Limit chipset frown.gif

1712 Cas8
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16GB P45 1800 Cas9
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post #18 of 18
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Limit chipset frown.gif

1712 Cas8
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16GB P45 1800 Cas9
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The CPU render on Blender is not bad at all, considering the age, even some modern GPU's render at that time frame for some complex scenes.
Does it give you any memory crashes on Windows? If I'm correct, those memory modules are 1600? If so, then you got even a nice overclock for unsupported memory.
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