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I will have test my revision 2 8888 to see if I can dethrone you, I think you have held onto those records far too long,
Edited by delshay - 7/25/16 at 10:03am
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I will have test my revision 2 8888 to see if I can dethrone you, I think you have held onto those records far too long,

I'm waiting...
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I'm waiting...

Warning! I can upgrade motherboards too newer or better chip. so the challenge may come sooner than you think. That card I upgrade on the other website is the fastest in the world, along with 28ns EDO. ..be careful what you wish for, I can do almost anything in hardware, you better be prepared.
Edited by delshay - 7/26/16 at 9:30am
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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

I'd kill for 4gb of tracers. I have 512s but IDK if they are -5b D chips or what. I did get past 600 waaay back in the day, loose timings though.
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s is where I mis u
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Modifying the SPD still doesn't proofs nothing.
You could take a mediocre memory module, create a SPD profile @ 1.5-2-2-5 and it would still not run at those settings.
If the RAM chips can't run at those timings, even if you set them on the SPD it won't run.

Also, you're not the only one that can modify the SPDs, there's lots of people who can do it.
And still, 0 proof of CL1.5 or those "tests" you're doing.
I know xD. I was actually summing up all of his posts in 4 lines.

if you go back a few pages, you will find I have an Lanparty on its way to test CL1.5. This is where the last photo upload was reserved for, but now there will be a choice between seeing my computer, which has 2 strange components inside or you will get CL1.5 screenshot result.

There is only one uploaded photo remaining.

I forgot to say, I always run my set-up in synchronise mode.
Edited by delshay - 7/26/16 at 9:35am
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s is where I mis u
if you go back a few pages, you will find I have an Lanparty on its way to test CL1.5. This is where the last photo upload was reserved for, but now there will be a choice between seeing my computer, which has 2 strange components inside or you will get CL1.5 screenshot result.

There is only one uploaded photo remaining.

I forgot to say, I always run my set-up in synchronise mode.

What part of OCN is limiting you to one photo? Or is this an ego centric thing? "I'm me, MAKE YOUR DECISION! You get ONE photo, ONE!!!!!111!!!1!1"

Give me a break, pathetic...
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I'd like to see a photo of the batch number of your FX-60
 
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Can we calm down guys? Its a club, not a hate thread.
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I'd like to see a photo of the batch number of your FX-60

Done! you have just used-up the last remaining uploaded photo. I will not be uploading any more Photos. There will be no screenshot of inside of my computer & there will be no CL1.5 screenshot.


FX-60 SCREENSHOT

My current FX-60 has no marking. If you go back a few pages, I have "lapped" the CPU to a nice also perfect copper mirror finish. For me to take a Photo I need to take the whole computer apart. This is not a problem, as I am already preparing a few internal upgrades to get the CPU stable at almost 3.1Ghz. I have spotted a few things wrong, and this may help other users get to the magic 3GHz, "if I am right" and the modification works.

I don't know if the modification will work, but I am tracking this problem, and its all to do with 3GHz+ lock-ups.

I have 3 other FX-60 which are all the same as the one I am using which has been lapped, all have stepping code LCBIE.

FX-60 I am using acts differently, ie it does not like anything over 1.4v, but its almost hitting 3.1GHz with 1.4v (I think I know what is wrong)

other three FX-60 needs 1.5v and can't do 2.9GHz.
Edited by delshay - 7/26/16 at 11:21am
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I know this is a long shot, but is anyone aware of any S754 or 939 boards with both AGP and ISA slots? Something that can OC would be ideal, but I'd take an industrial board if that's the only option.

I'd really like to consolidate all of my retro gaming stuff into a single box that can run my Voodoo4, my Aureal Vortex SQ2500, and my SoundBlaster AWE64 Gold, simultaneously. That way I could boot back and forth between PC DOS 2000 and Windows 98SE and run all my pre-21st century games, full tilt, as they were meant to be played, without any incompatibilities or the downsides of emulation. Just dug out 2x512MiB TwinMOS Speed Premium with Winbond CH-5 UTT chips. Last time I tested these I was able to run 2-3-2-6-T1 at 250MHz with 3.1-3.2v, stable. Back in the day I recall being able to get 280+MHz out of them with 3.4v. Would be great to put them to good use again.
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Modifying the SPD still doesn't proofs nothing.
You could take a mediocre memory module, create a SPD profile @ 1.5-2-2-5 and it would still not run at those settings.

CAS 1.5 is a legitimate JEDEC DDR timing, but the platform must support such a setting.

I really have no idea if the Athlon64s had such support, but I do recall testing CAS 1.5 in some 754 and 939 setups, with inconclusive results. Some software detected CAS 1.5, but I never checked if the CPU register for it was actually set and benchmarks were close enough to margin of error to be ambiguous.
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I'm going to say that 4,320 hours of WCG or running a 3D render that takes upwards of 60 hours says more about stability that three or four hours of Prime95.

A half dozen hour Prime95 run is often a better indicator of whether something will handle a 60 hour render than 60 hours of rendering is (a few percent chance of failing that render would be unacceptably high to me, but with only a few percent chance of failing a 60 hour render, I could render for hundreds of hours before I'm likely to see a failure, even if I am virtually guaranteed to see a failure at some point). Stress testing with the apps you actually intend to run, while something that should certainly be done to make sure there aren't obvious problems that dedicated stress tests miss, can take prohibitively long to find potential problems when done alone. A more strenuous test will often result in a geometrically increased chance of error, allowing problems to be found and fixed much more quickly.
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I'm also going to say again, does it matter if a rig is stable enough to run 24/7 but crashes instantly with Prime95? No, unless you built your rig with the main intention of running Prime95. Does it matter if you're stable in Prime95 but crash at the end of a large workload? Absolutely.

Any failure, in any test, that cannot be traced to a bug in the software itself, rules out complete stability. If it can fail Prime95, or any other test, it can potentially fail something else, something important...the instability is there. That's not to say every potential instability can always be found, but I certainly consider it foolish to ignore any instability I have found, if I care about the integrity of my data.
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Prime95 isn't good enough for me, I've had plenty of times where I'm stable overnight with it but crash a few hours into a 3DS Max render, and that's completely unacceptable for me. Even with my dual Xeons I can get an hour OCCT stability (I didn't run Prime95, I was asked to run it for someone) at a speed that doesn't complete CineBench without a CTD.

No single test should be considered good enough for anyone that cares anything about stability. I run as many as practical, starting with the ones most likely to fail in the shortest period of time (to most rapidly rule out unstable settings), and then when I find the fastest combination of settings that don't fail any test I can find, in worst case environmental conditions, I have my 24/7 OC.
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