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well i redid the thermal paste on my n/b and s/b WoW what a improvement went from 56to57 on n/b to 45to46 and south dropped 3 degrees very happy with the outcome
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@eclipse, haha i really need to get a thuban.. getting cas6 to be stable in a deneb is quite hard.

cheers for your test!
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@eclipse, haha i really need to get a thuban.. getting cas6 to be stable in a deneb is quite hard.

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You think the differences in motherboards also make a difference in getting CAS6 to stabilize?
    
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You think the differences in motherboards also make a difference in getting CAS6 to stabilize?
-it will be a less probability, i bet a bigger factor would be the processor, denebs still has ddr2 memory controller in it.

thubans run only with ddr3 imc.
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You think the differences in motherboards also make a difference in getting CAS6 to stabilize?
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-it will be a less probability, i bet a bigger factor would be the processor, denebs still has ddr2 memory controller in it.

thubans run only with ddr3 imc.
I doubt that the MB would be a limiting factor for latencies but I do know that the MB is the deciding factor in running 2000 MHz.
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I doubt that the MB would be a limiting factor for latencies but I do know that the MB is the deciding factor in running 2000 MHz.
what i had mind.

ROG boards can easily take the new sticks to 2000's though gains are close to none.
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what i had mind.

ROG boards can easily take the new sticks to 2000's though gains are close to none.
8XX boards can easily take the new sticks to 2000's though gains are close to none.

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@eclipse, haha i really need to get a thuban.. getting cas6 to be stable in a deneb is quite hard.



cheers for your test!
It's dependant on the Cpu-NB And the Ram capabilities mostly.... I have some CL8 1600mhz King Hypers and they Can't Do CL6 in the same setup that my OCZ Flex Ex CL8 2000Mhz Can do 1600mhz CL6 with only a .07-.1v bump and that's with a3.0ghz NB....

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You think the differences in motherboards also make a difference in getting CAS6 to stabilize?
Not really. It's more of the quality of Cpu-NB and Ram capabilities... at Least in my experince...

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-Denebs still has ddr2 memory controller in it. Thubans run only with ddr3 imc.
I just wanted to inform you that this is inaccurate. the Thubans still have DDR2/DDR3 IMC's... Link

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I doubt that the MB would be a limiting factor for latencies but I do know that the MB is the deciding factor in running 2000 MHz.
Was there a difference between the GD70 and the CH4 that you have?

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8XX boards can easily take the new sticks to 2000's though gains are close to none.

fixed.
Yeah the latencies would have to be pretty low for that or one would have to take the Rams freq much higher.

I wanted to inquire to see if anyone else was expereincing issues upon reboot with the 1.G BIoS for the GD70?

I'm getting a "bad CMOS setup, press F1 or F2" Error upon reboot during the OCing, at the same settings that were stable on older BIOS...

Anyone having a similar issue?
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Well I've been reading on RAM and it seems like CAS6 might be possible for me if I change it to 6-7-6-2x or 6-8-6-2x. Definitely going to try it out.

Thanks for also clarifying the motherboard differences question I asked.

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I wanted to inquire to see if anyone else was expereincing issues upon reboot with the 1.G BIoS for the GD70?

I'm getting a "bad CMOS setup, press F1 or F2" Error upon reboot during the OCing, at the same settings that were stable on older BIOS...

Anyone having a similar issue?
I have not gotten that at all. It's possible your CPU and/or RAM is not liking that BIOS version, though I have only experienced/heard good stuff about 1.G, so it might be worth tinkering with.
    
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