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post #27411 of 28692
I guess I need to pull out my rig, too. I remember running CL2.5 with 243MHz, but not sure if it was benchstable. These server Dimms are awesome biggrin.gif
 
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I guess I need to pull out my rig, too. I remember running CL2.5 with 243MHz, but not sure if it was benchstable. These server Dimms are awesome biggrin.gif

Are these the ones that only work in the Asus A8N series?
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post #27413 of 28692
Well, in theory, they should work with all S939 MB's with ECC support.
RAM I use (based on Samsung ZCCC chips), needs ECC Registered support (and that is A8N series only, if I read forums right).
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post #27414 of 28692
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Well, GTX 780 Ti is bored in this game with this settings (I hoped AA:16xQ would make it sweat more, but 780 didn't even reach 70C :/).
CPU Bottleneck at it's finest.
I bet 4k resolution would make GTX 780 Ti a run for it's money smile.gif
Sadly, my 16:10 monitor doesn't cooperate well with Downsampling and beta recording software...
Killer! I'd like to see how it does with a dx12 game.
post #27415 of 28692
I want to see BIOS settings that get that RAM stable at those freqs and timings...
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post #27416 of 28692
It's called ECC Correction smile.gif
It stands for : Error-Correcting Code.

Basicly : Errors are THE Thing that makes memory "unstable".
And what ECC does, is repair or "correct" those errors as they come by (using the information provided by additional 8 bit's in rank data width).

That's why my memory can be clocked that high, and using only 2,6V on DRAM (standard is 2,5V btw.).
I got all ECC Correction options for it, Enabled.

Memory I own is a Registrated type as well, so it has a register between memory chips and IMC (but that's less important for stability, and more important for max. capacity).

Hope this aswers question above wink.gif

PS. This RAM is HOT as HELL (in heat/cooling way) - active cooling recommended.
480MHz @ CL2.5 CR1T with 2,65V : LINK biggrin.gif
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post #27417 of 28692
ECC made my rig run worse, so I turned it off. But my Athlon64 has a crappy memory controller, can't even get 4x1GB UDIMM CL2 to work.

Maybe you can run the DIMMs at 500MHz just like me. If you're getting 3GHz and DDR500, let's do a shotoout biggrin.gif
I'm running 273x11 CPU, memory divider 12.

Aaaand yes, active cooling is a must.
 
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PS. This RAM is HOT as HELL (in heat/cooling way) - active cooling recommended.

Hi agentx007,

I guess you're quite right... I've retried to do some memtest86 with my ECC ram. Last summer, when I received the beasts, I wasn't able to pass the whole tests ECC disabled using the 4 DIMMs without errors, and now, ... I can do one pass flawlessly, but not two ! Only one thing have changed: it's winter here, it's cooler in the room !

My case have temp sensors, so I've put one between two RAM DIMMS... more than 70°C ... system idle ! I don't dare to look any more the display when I really use the computer...

Memory cooling isn't an option... But which one to choose (and which ones are still available) ? I was looking at arctic RC turbo module for the fans & RC pro DIMM heatsink. Would these do the job ?

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Hi agentx007,

I guess you're quite right... I've retried to do some memtest86 with my ECC ram. Last summer, when I received the beasts, I wasn't able to pass the whole tests ECC disabled using the 4 DIMMs without errors, and now, ... I can do one pass flawlessly, but not two ! Only one thing have changed: it's winter here, it's cooler in the room !

My case have temp sensors, so I've put one between two RAM DIMMS... more than 70°C ... system idle ! I don't dare to look any more the display when I really use the computer...

Memory cooling isn't an option... But which one to choose (and which ones are still available) ? I was looking at arctic RC turbo module for the fans & RC pro DIMM heatsink. Would these do the job ?

Herm

I feel blessed with my case and watercooling combo and setup. With my rad vertical in front of the case, the two 120mms pushing air into the case, this air goes right across the mobo (including RAM) so active RAM cooling wont be necessary for me. Its a noticeable breeze...

ECC RAM OC'ing commences tonight... I'll do performance comparisons between ECC on and off at current setting to see the impact, and if negligible, Ill see how far she can go. thumb.gif
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My old school runs with an ultra-d.

opty 150 and 2x 6800gs unlocked but stock speeds. http://www.3dmark.com/3dm05/1612923
opty 165 and 1 7900gt http://www.3dmark.com/3dm05/2119220

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