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post #6551 of 8497 (permalink) Old 06-21-2019, 01:26 PM
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I'm curious if it was simply bootable or if there was any actual stability at that speed.
I'm sure it has to pass some rigid form of testing to become an overclocking profile on a retail product. The screenshots from G.Skill teasing/testing new potential kits/SKUs (like here) suggests they use HCI Memtest with the Dang Wang loader but I have no idea what their benchmark/passing score is.

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It might be worth it for competitive benchmarking. My kit at 3600 14-15-14-14 performs better than when it's at 3200 12-13-12-12.
Yeah I can see Newegg have B-Die Flare X kits for $120, I don't think it's even been a year since I picked up this dual rank B-Die kit for almost 5x that price..

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Yeah I can see Newegg have B-Die Flare X kits for $120, I don't think it's even been a year since I picked up this dual rank B-Die kit for almost 5x that price..
Where? i see them at $140

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Says $125 for me, they were $120 yesterday though.

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I'm sure it has to pass some rigid form of testing to become an overclocking profile on a retail product. The screenshots from G.Skill teasing/testing new potential kits/SKUs (like here) suggests they use HCI Memtest with the Dang Wang loader but I have no idea what their benchmark/passing score is.
I didn't think those were actual products, but system builds with overclocks.

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I didn't think those were actual products, but system builds with overclocks.
Not sure what you're saying here, the page I linked was a a press release for a new product and included the following line: "The following screenshot shows rigorous test of the new memory kit, validated with the Intel® Core™ i5-6600K processor and the ASUS Z170-DELUXE motherboard."

Who knows if 400% is just their target for 64GB or all kits and if it's still the same as it was back then.

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Not sure what you're saying here, the page I linked was a a press release for a new product and included the following line: "The following screenshot shows rigorous test of the new memory kit, validated with the Intel® Core™ i5-6600K processor and the ASUS Z170-DELUXE motherboard."

Who knows if 400% is just their target for 64GB or all kits and if it's still the same as it was back then.
The system they had on display at their Computex booth. This one. I thought we were talking about this one.
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The system they had on display at their Computex booth. This one. I thought we were talking about this one.
Ah no, I was just using that 3600 kit as an example of how they've tested an XMP profile on a retail product, which I assume was being advertised at Computex. Are G.Skill known for presenting memory overclocks only and not releasing a new product for it? The timings seem a bit too loose for an overclocker's effort.

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So Prime X470 Pro has new bios with AGESA 1002, while we're still on 0072a

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So Prime X470 Pro has new bios with AGESA 1002, while we're still on 0072a
Is that the 4804 BIOS? I saw ASUS ran a handful of older boards with a Ryzen 3600 through Geekbench 4 yesterday. The Prime Pro was one of them. Also, a couple A320 boards.

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