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For 8th you would need to run higher clocks than my 3015Mhz FX-60 which actually shouldn't be that difficult. But still won't prove anything. I bet anyone with a FX-60 can get it stable enough at 3Ghz to make a validation. So yeah. Still nothing.

EDIT: Also my other valids on that top 15 are on An ASROCK crap mATX board. Nothing new here.

Don't worry got that covered, but I do need to work on stability to ensure no one can beat it on air. very near to 3.1GHz.

remember I am not turning down the HT, its still at max speed, I have never turned it down, let me try it now & see how for I can get..
Edited by delshay - 7/25/16 at 6:48am
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Don't worry got that covered, but I do need to work on stability to ensure no one can beat it on air. very near to 3.1GHz.

remember I am not turning down the HT, its still at max speed.

You should see HWBOT for air references. VALIDCANARDPC erases everyone from the top15 every 12 months or so. With that motherboard probably there'll be someone faster.
My FX-60 isn't a great clocker and still has headroom for more...
     
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Be careful, I have the G SKILL TRIDENT 9600, CORSAIR 9136, & if that don't get you I have the CORSAIR 8888 revision 2, the most lethal DDR2 of them all, known to clock 1200MHz+ CL3-3-3-9. ...WARNING.
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Be careful, I have the G SKILL TRIDENT 9600, CORSAIR 9136, & if that don't get you I have the CORSAIR 8888 revision 2, the most lethal DDR2 of them all, known to clock 1200MHz+ CL3-3-3-9. ...WARNING.

I can't stop laughing xD
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I can't stop laughing xD

Correction: 3-3-2-9 no big deal from the last posting.
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I can't stop laughing xD

You be very careful. Corsair first 8888 was awesome, but I think not sure, Micron updated the chips, this is where I think revision 2 was born. So I am sure the 8888 will destroy any benchmark you already have, this is why it come with a warning. I don't think revision 2 is that common.

Do not attempt to challenge the corsair 8888, it will destroy you.

I also have the fastest DDR2 SO-DIMM 4-4-4-12
Edited by delshay - 7/25/16 at 8:19am
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You be very careful. Corsair first 8888 was awesome, but I think not sure, Micron updated the chips, this is where I think revision 2 was born. So I am sure the 8888 will destroy any benchmark you already have, this is why it come with a warning. I don't think revision 2 is that common.

Do not attempt to challenge the corsair 8888, it will destroy you.

I also have the fastest DDR2 SO-DIMM 4-4-4-12

Stop talking and show some results.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=417271

600.4 MHz 3-3-3-9 dual channel

Your move.
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Stop talking and show some results.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=417271

600.4 MHz 3-3-3-9 dual channel

Your move.

I have seen your score before hand, that's why I listed my DDR2 DIMM. ..let me try & find a review of 8888, but its going to be old.
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Stop talking and show some results.

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=417271

600.4 MHz 3-3-3-9 dual channel

Your move.

I don't own a DDR2 computer anymore.

check your bandwidth with this lot including Corsair 10000

http://www.anandtech.com/show/2162
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I don't own a DDR2 computer anymore.

check your bandwidth with this lot including Corsair 10000

http://www.anandtech.com/show/2162

Those results don't impress anyone. 656 MHz 5-5-5-15? People benching SuperPi on Wolfdales under LN2 were often running around that frequency at CL4-4-4. Eg (not mine)

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