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Yeah, running in native Linux. If that's the same RAM in your TC rig looks like it OC's quite nicely!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by blazed_1 View Post
Yeah, running in native Linux. If that's the same RAM in your TC rig looks like it OC's quite nicely!
Sure is, the stock 1.35v gives alot of OC room, running 1.6v ATM on it
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Very nice. I think that was my other choice when I was getting ram for my game rig. Nice price also. thumb.gif
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I am trying to get a higher OC on my Q9550, but I think my motherboard is tired... New PSU and still having stability issues at anything over 3.4ghz. I am going to see what I can do in the way of a sweet lil 775 board. If anyone has any suggestions as to what I should look for, I am all ears.
I saw several 775 boards in the marketplace:

http://www.overclock.net/main-compon...i-formula.html

http://www.overclock.net/main-compon...hdd-added.html

http://www.overclock.net/main-compon...i45-e8600.html

Not sure what's better, but take a look and maybe something catches your eye, performance & price wise. It might not be the MOBO...could be the chip or maybe RAM. Make sure you've adjusted the voltages back to what they were when you had it OC'd as well. Good luck!
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Hmm tbh.

IF you run hugeadv on that 2500K, then youll need 8GB, since a hugadv already takes almost 3.8gb of ram alone. I still recommend 2000+ mhz sticks, itll make a PPD difference. If you wanna go for cheap, get the eco.
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I've never had a hugeadv use that much ram. 2-2.5gb in my experience.


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Thanks, I am going to check them out.


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I saw several 775 boards in the marketplace:

http://www.overclock.net/main-compon...i-formula.html

http://www.overclock.net/main-compon...hdd-added.html

http://www.overclock.net/main-compon...i45-e8600.html

Not sure what's better, but take a look and maybe something catches your eye, performance & price wise. It might not be the MOBO...could be the chip or maybe RAM. Make sure you've adjusted the voltages back to what they were when you had it OC'd as well. Good luck!
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Hmm tbh.

IF you run hugeadv on that 2500K, then youll need 8GB, since a hugadv already takes almost 3.8gb of ram alone. I still recommend 2000+ mhz sticks, itll make a PPD difference. If you wanna go for cheap, get the eco.
Only rocking 4gb on my native Linux machine...

8gb would be a must when running in a VM in windows, but I don't see a need for any more then 4 when native.
Edited by Ishinomori - 11/4/11 at 5:41pm
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I've got 6 GB of RAM in WKS04 and that's native...
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2GB per channel is plenty fine for native if all you are doing is fold. More threads could demand more RAM tho, so if you're sitting on a system with Xeon E7s you might wanna add some more (T)GB to the mix.
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