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Originally Posted by Oj010 View Post

1. Your "record." Your claim is based on the results of one review. It took me a minute of Googling to find someone doing 235 MHz 2-2-2-5 with 1 GB modules http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?74983-WOW!-My-2x1GB-Ballistix-Results-(P4P800SE-P-M-740)-56k-warning

2. You can see errors that nothing else can. What do you use, x-ray vision?

3. Your belief that a garbage ASRock board can do CL1-1-1-3 - come on, really? Not even the best boards can do that with the best RAM and the best CPU with the best IMC.

4. Your belief that running 4 DIMM modules won't affect your maximum overclock. Plenty of us have had plenty of experience overclocking S939 and we all know that the added strain on the IMC severely limits your overclock.

5. I'm not sure why I'm even entertaining this.



1. I can't see photo of that link of memory running at that speed, can you please post it here.

2. There is something special I used to detect errors, better than most user(s)

3. I never said it can do it CL1-1-1-3, I wanted to test CL1-1-1-3 to see if it was possible, this is all about the DIMM not the motherboard. It just made the task easier if it could be done on my motherboard.

4. I am not going to maximum speed the motherboard can do, I going maximum what the DIMM can do with 2-2-2-5 & it has reached its targeted speed. The loading on the IMC I can't see this, but I can see errors "Live" as the errors occurs across all DIMM. Windows ignore some of these errors even tho their are present.

5. calling my equipment garbage is not very nice, it meets my needs .. To be reported.
Edited by delshay - 7/23/16 at 2:03pm
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Originally Posted by Mr.Scott View Post

Best statement yet.
Walk away Jon. wink.gif

I WOULD like to know what he's smoking, though. Not so I can try some, but so I know what to avoid biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by delshay View Post

1. I can't see photo of that link of memory running at that speed, can you please post it here.

2. There is something special I used to detect errors, better than most user(s)

3. I never said it can do it CL1-1-1-3, I wanted to test CL1-1-1-3 to see if it was possible.

4. I am not going to maximum speed the motherboard can do, I going maximum what the DIMM can do with 2-2-2-5 & it has reached its targeted speed. The loading on the IMC I can't see this, but I can see errors "Live" as the errors occurs across all DIMM. Windows ignore some of these errors

1. Pictures from back then are all dead, just because a pic is no longer around doesn't mean that you now take the record..

2. Again, x-ray vision?

3. So you want to try something that has never been done on a cheap and garbage motherboard?

4. Yup yup, I'm sticking with option 5 from my previous post. I'm done with you, I'm not 16 years old and ready to take on every troll I see anymore. Those days are long gone, I have better things to do now.
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Best statement yet.
Walk away Jon. wink.gif

Too late reported him
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Originally Posted by delshay View Post

Too late reported him

Did I hurt your feelings? rolleyes.gif
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Too late reported him

Wasting your time. He did nothing wrong.
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Originally Posted by seaFs View Post

Then beat my 8GB DDR500 CL3 1T in terms of productivity biggrin.gif
Or, if you like, 4GB DDR530 CL3 1T.

Impressive 4 & 8GB 1T. What does windows performance show. I am showing 6.1 for CPU/RAM


Edited by delshay - 7/23/16 at 2:54pm
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Wasting your time. He did nothing wrong.

so,user(s) are allowed to disrespect other user equipment for all to see..

imagine if most user(s) started calling other user(s) equipment garbage, how do you think the thread will end?. You don't need to answer that question because you already know the answer.

remember new user that's thinking of joining this site might be put off by what their read.

Their probably be thinking what up with the hostility.
Edited by delshay - 7/23/16 at 3:14pm
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Trolling is not allowed either, so people that live in glass houses shouldn't be throwing stones. wink.gif
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Trolling is not allowed either, so people that live in glass houses shouldn't be throwing stones. wink.gif

OK then. show me "just one" where I am trolling so I can clear this up (if needed). Somethings I have said I may not have gone or explained it very well, because there is still a lot of work to do.
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Trolling
The art of deliberately, cleverly, and secretly pissing people off, usually via the internet, using dialogue. Trolling does not mean just making rude remarks: Shouting swear words at someone doesn't count as trolling; it's just flaming, and isn't funny. Spam isn't trolling either; it pisses people off, but it's lame.

The most essential part of trolling is convincing your victim that either a) truly believe in what you are saying, no matter how outrageous, or b) give your victim malicious instructions, under the guise of help.
Trolling requires decieving; any trolling that doesn't involve decieving someone isn't trolling at all; it's just stupid. As such, your victim must not know that you are trolling; if he does, you are an unsuccesful troll.

Signs that your trolling is succesful:
*Your victim screaming in all-caps at you.
*Personal attacks (Calling you a retard, idiot, etc).
*Being an Internet Tough Guy.
*Making a crude remark, before quickly logging off before you can retort.

Signs that your trolling is unsuccesful:
*Your victim identifying you as a troll.
*Identifying yourself as a troll.
*Your efforts being ignored.
*Being counter-trolled (See below)

Counter-trolling (Or reverse trolling) is an effective method of redeeming yourself after being trolled. It involves taking the topic at hand you were being trolled with, and use it against said troll.

You can figure out where you fit.
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