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Well, it's no secret how you get the low memory timings. Probably the same "secret" how another guy did 273MHz with 4x1GB 2T. He tested his setup till he dropped. And it was a good IMC.

In case you didn't know: Memory timings like CL and so on are all related to the DIMMs, so if they can do the tight timings in single DIMM configs, they'll do this most likely in multi DIMM configs. On DFI boards you also get TRef.

But training the IMC is another part and keeping it all stable with the heavy load. That's where Command Rate kicks in, because this is not a memory timings, but a memory controller setting. It's the same with channel skew settings. Everything for stability, but Command Rate 2T destroys all the good memory performance. With 1T the whole system feels a bit smoother. Probably because of the much higher bandwidth the memory offers compared to 2T.

I have already explained the loss of 1T. I can overclock high enough to gain that back the loss of 1T which is around 4-6ns when doing a Latency Test. ...yes I did check this.

KEEPING IT STABLE AT HIGH SPEED

That's where I come in, I posted in this thread testing is done completely different. How on earth do you think I got those ultra tight timing stable at that speed with all four banks filled.

If the SPD was shown, some of you will think differently of me, but every time someone has a go, I will lock that information, and it will never be released.
Edited by delshay - 7/24/16 at 11:23pm
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How on earth do you think I got those ultra tight timing stable at that speed.
I repeat myself: The ultra tight timings and your "wastly tremendous high speed" is a mere 12% overclock. You can keep the memory timings as tight as the DIMMs allow it, this has almost nothing to do with the amount of DIMMs. 4 DIMM OC is more related to the quality of the CPUs integrated memory controller. Or, to say it in layman's terms: you got lucky with the CPU.
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I have three other FX-60. their do not overclock to the same level as the screenshot already shown. Their also need more voltage 1.5v to get even near the same clock speed already shown, but works fine with same memory modules.

SPD information/data permanently locked never to be released. Anything identifying memory module(s) will be covered-up.
Edited by delshay - 7/25/16 at 12:48am
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Well. so you just """""locked""""" the only real interesting info... So it's pointless keeping this absurd "world record" going on.
You can "lock" all the other "info" (probably non-existant too).
Since you still don't show any proof (and as i can ser, you won't) and you're doing this kid "blackmail" stuff (" next time someone says X then i lock info).
Yeah that definitly is a troll. You hace never ever shown any proof of your words in other forums so for me you can lock everything since that "info" probably doesn't even exist.

But wait guys. I just got 4 1GB sticks of magic DDR RAM that do CL1.5-2-2-5 at 2.5V running at DDR-600. It's very special RAM noone has ever seen but I won't post a single CPU-Z validation or other info because logic.

/rant (or whatever this was)

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I have three other FX-60. their do not overclock to the same level as the screenshot already shown. Their also need more voltage 1.5v to get even near the same clock speed already shown, but works fine with same memory modules.

SPD information/data permanently locked never to be released. Anything identifying memory module(s) will be covered-up.

So um...then....goodbye?
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So anyways, does somebody own Micron -5b D chips? Then try pushing them 2-2-2-5 with 3V
http://www.legitreviews.com/crucial-ballistix-pc4000-2gb-memory-review_262/3
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The world record was held by Corsair, and no it not good bye just yet, two or three photos to upload, one will be a CPU-Z ..


http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.cfm?articleid=1862&page=7
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So anyways, does somebody own Micron -5b D chips? Then try pushing them 2-2-2-5 with 3V
http://www.legitreviews.com/crucial-ballistix-pc4000-2gb-memory-review_262/3

Only 212MHz, see my other posting
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The world record was held by Corsair, and no it not good bye just yet, two or three photos to upload, one will be a CPU-Z ..


http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.cfm?articleid=1862&page=7

No, it wasn't. That link was never a world record, it was just the highest speed that THAT SITE had achieved. Although the pictures no longer exist, I have already linked to a speed higher than yours with 1 GB modules at 2-2-2-5.

Guess what? There was no "special hidden ultra top secret" SPD for those RAM modules - they were as they came from the factory.
post #27880 of 28751
can't take what is said in forums, just like me. you wanted evidences and I provided it in photo. want it validated, not a problem, because I know what I have here is real.

But now identification markings will be remove with-in the SPD. Name it, I will put it in the SPD under a new name. This will not affect performance.

I tell you what, I do this right now, and show you in CPU-Z.

What should I put in there? anything you like just name it. ..I will put overclock.net in SPD & show how's that.
Edited by delshay - 7/25/16 at 2:44am
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