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Poll Results: Do you prefer the new OCN?

 
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post #1711 of 6481
I would like to to see the difference in 3DMark Vantage and 3DMark11 when comparing my Q9400@3.6GHz Gigabyte GA-P35 DS3R system VS my Q9650 (Clocked at the same frequency or a little lower than the Q9400, to compensate for half the Cache) P5Q Pro Turbo system. Of course, trying my GTX 570 in both rigs. Try to Look at the Differences when comparing P35 VS P45 and PCI-E v1.1 VS PCI-E v2.0.

Been thinking of this for a few days..
    
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If this thing is still going, I'm currently writing from my P5Q-E, while my P5Q Pro Turbo sits beside me.
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post #1713 of 6481
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If this thing is still going, I'm currently writing from my P5Q-E, while my P5Q Pro Turbo sits beside me.
Give me your P5Q-E and I give you my P5Q Pro Turbo, and voila! You can run Dual Turbo's!!
    
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@ turrican9

So that RAM doesn't have any HS on them??

But it has LED's LoL..

Nice rig though..

Here are some pics of my rig..

Mobile phone Quality but still..

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@ turrican9

So that RAM doesn't have any HS on them??

But it has LED's LoL..

Nice rig though..

Here are some pics of my rig..

Mobile phone Quality but still..

CHEERS..
This was a cheap 8GB Kit a few years ago. In my opinion heat sinks on RAM only hinders cooling. RAM heatsinsk usually have bad thermal tape connecting the heatsinsk to to the memchips (Can trap heat more than transfer it away), and when using 4 RAM sticks with heat spreaders they get very, very close to each other, further hindering air circulation between them.

Nice rig you got there
    
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post #1716 of 6481
KingT, what are your temps in IBT? That Cooler Master Hyper212 looks very capable. I'm guessing at least as good as TRUE.. ?
    
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post #1717 of 6481
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In my opinion heat sinks on RAM only hinders cooling. RAM heatsinsk usually have bad thermal tape connecting the heatsinsk to to the memchips (Can trap heat more than transfer it away), and when using 4 RAM sticks with heat spreaders they get very, very close to each other, further hindering air circulation between them.

Nice rig you got there
You couldn't be more far from the truth..

A quality RAM w/ HS is allways better then the same kit without HS..

On my HyperX HS does a great job..these sticks come with lifetime warranty and they are rated @ 2.3V (max. recommended voltage)..

I would put my soul on it if they were running w/o HS they would get fried very quickly at 2.3V..
And they wouldn't also be so rock solid stable at 1150MHz 2.25V (tested them on Gigabyte EP45 Extreme and UD3P)..

I have fried 2 x 1 GB of Kingston 667MHz DDR2 without HS at only 2.0V..

They would also get very hot at even standard 1.8V (you could burn your fingers on full load usage)..

Quote:
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KingT, what are your temps in IBT? That Cooler Master Hyper212 looks very capable. I'm guessing at least as good as TRUE.. ?
My IBT temps are 70C on hottest core @ 3.9GHz and 1.30V (IBT LOAD)..

But this is CM Hyper 212 rev.1 with solid copper base (not HDT) and also modded with side panels so the cooler traps all the air from the fan and pushes it across the aluminum fins..

Also the base is lapped..

EDIT:

Here are my IBT 10 runs temps @ 3.9GHz 1.30625V (BIOS) LLC ON (1.30V LOAD IBT)..

The IBT temps..

CHEERS..
Edited by KingT - 2/7/11 at 9:10am
     
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You couldn't be more far from the truth..

A quality RAM w/ HS is allways better then the same kit without HS..

On my HyperX HS does a great job..these sticks come with lifetime warranty and they are rated @ 2.3V (max. recommended voltage)..

I would put my soul on it if they were running w/o HS they would get fried very quickly at 2.3V..
And they wouldn't also be so rock solid stable at 1150MHz 2.25V (tested them on Gigabyte EP45 Extreme and UD3P)..

I have fried 2 x 1 GB of Kingston 667MHz DDR2 without HS at only 2.0V..

They would also get very hot at even standard 1.8V (you could burn your fingers on full load usage)..
My Geil Black Dragon 8GB Kit, without heatspreaders is pretty cool to the touch, while my 4x2GB Crucial Ballistix (With heatspreaders) are very warm/burning at touch.
Edited by turrican9 - 2/7/11 at 9:50am
    
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http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/...eluxe-freezing

Well, I have the P5Q Turbo running perfectly stable with 2GB x 2 plus 1GB x 2 (6GB total) G.Skill PC28500. I have 4 x 2 GB PC28500 installed originally and the system was perfectly stable. I have the latest BIOS and chipset drivers. Also, the RAM' s speed, timings and voltage are manually set to G. Skill's specifications. I bumped the NB voltage to 1.45-1.5v. The memory controller is located on the NB. Other than making all the adjustments mentioned, it is possible the board you have is defective. Possibly contact Crucial online chat and see what they suggest.

So it looks like I should try even higher if overclocking higher with 8GB RAM.
    
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http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/...eluxe-freezing

Well, I have the P5Q Turbo running perfectly stable with 2GB x 2 plus 1GB x 2 (6GB total) G.Skill PC28500. I have 4 x 2 GB PC28500 installed originally and the system was perfectly stable. I have the latest BIOS and chipset drivers. Also, the RAM' s speed, timings and voltage are manually set to G. Skill's specifications. I bumped the NB voltage to 1.45-1.5v. The memory controller is located on the NB. Other than making all the adjustments mentioned, it is possible the board you have is defective. Possibly contact Crucial online chat and see what they suggest.

So it looks like I should try even higher if overclocking higher with 8GB RAM.
I wouldn't go over 1.45V vNB for 24/7 usage on P45 chipset..

P45 chipset has default voltage of 1.1V so that would be +0.35V..

And keep your NB temps under 50C (55C absolute max) for 24/7 usage for the best stability and safety..

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