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post #8091 of 9641
I was trying 1.7V with same results. One overclocker has this ram with x6 and no problems at 2000Mhz 6-9-6... So at my cause, its IMC i think. But dont worry, 1100T coming arround christmass :-)

EDIT: Im finally figured out what caused problems to have 1600+ ram speeds and CPU speed beyond 3800MHz. It was realy IMC, cause if i raise 2nd memory timing to 9 i can go up to 1850Mhz - and thats cool with 955 c2 revision i think. After tweaking ram timing and CPU speeds i managed this setting:
  • CPU: 3825 MHz (225x17) @ 1.48V
    CPU NB: 2700 MHz @ 1.38V
    RAM: 1800 MHz CL7-9-6-22 28 1T @ 1.65V
    HT: 2025 Mhz
    Power - LinX 52Gflops, WinrarX64 3000Kb/s, CB R10x64 16500, MaxMemm 10.2Gbps

It is stable at LinX x64 15K 20 loops and no problems at all

Some benchmarks


So guys what you think, its ok or its lame?
Edited by froxic - 11/16/10 at 5:28am

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I was trying 1.7V with same results. One overclocker has this ram with x6 and no problems at 2000Mhz 6-9-6... So at my cause, its IMC i think. But dont worry, 1100T coming arround christmass :-)

EDIT: Im finally figured out what caused problems to have 1600+ ram speeds and CPU speed beyond 3800MHz. It was realy IMC, cause if i raise 2nd memory timing to 9 i can go up to 1850Mhz - and thats cool with 955 c2 revision i think. After tweaking ram timing and CPU speeds i managed this setting:
  • CPU: 3825 MHz (225x17) @ 1.48V
    CPU NB: 2700 MHz @ 1.38V
    RAM: 1800 MHz CL7-9-6-22 28 1T @ 1.65V
    HT: 2025 Mhz
    Power - LinX 52Gflops, WinrarX64 3000Kb/s, CB R10x64 16500, MaxMemm 10.2Gbps

It is stable at LinX x64 15K 20 loops and no problems at all

Some benchmarks


So guys what you think, its ok or its lame?
well done. 1800mhz on a c2 is impressive.
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If it's stable as a rock I say kudo's to you. I quit playing w/my overclocks for a while. I'm still in the installing games and testing phase of making sure my SLI'd GPU's will maintain stability w/out any issues while using the SLi hack. I just installed F1 2010 and it seems to agree with the SLi hack.
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2000Mhz memory speed is not possible with this board let alone a c2 or c3. With a 8XX (IIRC but for sure 890) board and 10XXT 2000Mhz is almost a guarantee.
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So you're saying, that on 790FX-GD70 is not possible to reach 2000Mhz with Thuban? I think, that this board can do 2000Mhz. So we will see arround xmass
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So you're saying, that on 790FX-GD70 is not possible to reach 2000Mhz with Thuban? I think, that this board can do 2000Mhz. So we will see arround xmass
LN2 maybe... but I highly doubt that you will be able to reach 2000Mhz on the ram with any NB and CPU OC.
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and.... another mobo went up in flames today.
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and.... another mobo went up in flames today.
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i sold my 1075t this last weekend for $200($20 profit), so i reinstalled my 965 c3 and the damn mobo is starting to squeal like pig. i didn't have any noise with the x6 but as soon as i installed the quad it started to die. figures
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Ouu, im one week owner of GD70 and so many mobos died :-( Im prety scarred to blow up mine
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