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Over 5Ghz, load temps and tjmax, voltage, cpu-z...I want my badge sir. *tips hat smile.gif

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Working on getting a stable/faster system.

This is my $50 set of ram from best buy. Oldest part of my rig.
Stock= 1333 @ 9-9-9-24
Current= 2200 @ 11-13-13-35 @ 1.6v Does any one have some info on overclocking ram? I can't find much.



The reason I should have gotten an i7. rolleyes.giftongue.gif

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What kit do you have? Ignore.

You can run it tighter if MHz don't go high. I have my Crucials running at 2133 8-8-9-24 on my 4790K.
The same kit does the same on my AMD.

Also, You sure to be keeping that settings 24/7?

That's a high Vcore for 24/7. I hope you are on adaptive.

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Working on getting a stable/faster system.

This is my $50 set of ram from best buy. Oldest part of my rig.
Stock= 1333 @ 9-9-9-24
Current= 2200 @ 11-13-13-35 @ 1.6v Does any one have some info on overclocking ram? I can't find much.

https://www.overclock.net/t/1536669/perfect-ram-timing-rule-posting-resuts-of-using-the-rule-is-appreciated/10#post_24676023

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What kit do you have? Ignore.

You can run it tighter if MHz don't go high. I have my Crucials running at 2133 8-8-9-24 on my 4790K.
The same kit does the same on my AMD.

Also, You sure to be keeping that settings 24/7?

That's a high Vcore for 24/7. I hope you are on adaptive.
I use C-states. Voltage drops until software reads 0.000v while running a constant clock.
I'm aware of the danger. I'm done pushing it until I can go direct die or sub-zero. Both cost the same, so I'm leaning towards a chill box.
My goal was 5Ghz on a CM 212 EVO. smile.gif

EDIT: I'll try your timings. I have the orange PNY kit. 2x8Gb.

Quote: Originally Posted by SpeedyVT
If you're not doing extreme things to parts for the sake of extreme things regardless of the part you're not a real overclocker.
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Working on getting a stable/faster system.

This is my $50 set of ram from best buy. Oldest part of my rig.
Stock= 1333 @ 9-9-9-24
Current= 2200 @ 11-13-13-35 @ 1.6v Does any one have some info on overclocking ram? I can't find much. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)



The reason I should have gotten an i7. rolleyes.giftongue.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

I am posting because despite being much lower clocked, that RAM is pretty spot on or a little better than my higher clocked DDR4 kit. Guess DDR4 still has some room to grow.



And this one cant hit 5.0 stable...can barely screen shot it.

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I am posting because despite being much lower clocked, that RAM is pretty spot on or a little better than my higher clocked DDR4 kit. Guess DDR4 still has some room to grow.



And this one cant hit 5.0 stable...can barely screen shot it.
Thanks for sharing. I'm glad. I didn't even know what I was doing.

And 4.9 is sill high for that chip isn't it? Most people have a hard time keeping 4.5 stable IIRC.

I want to build a new rig so I can dedicate this one to sub-zero.
I want Skylake or Haswell-E but I know next year there will be Skylake Refresh and an E variant.
I really like how the FIVR is off the die now. They just need to clock better.

I just want to OC something. I have the 980 FTW too. they are voltage locked so there is no fun to be had there. Measly 1493Mhz. rolleyes.gif
Do you have yours OC'd? You can have my BIOS if you can't clock yours ( I couldn't)

Quote: Originally Posted by SpeedyVT
If you're not doing extreme things to parts for the sake of extreme things regardless of the part you're not a real overclocker.
Quote: Originally Posted by doyll View Post
The key is generally not which brands are good but which specific products are. Motherboards and GPUs are perfect examples of companies having everything from golden to garbage function/quality.
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I am posting because despite being much lower clocked, that RAM is pretty spot on or a little better than my higher clocked DDR4 kit. Guess DDR4 still has some room to grow.



And this one cant hit 5.0 stable...can barely screen shot it.
Thanks for sharing. I'm glad. I didn't even know what I was doing.

And 4.9 is sill high for that chip isn't it? Most people have a hard time keeping 4.5 stable IIRC.

I want to build a new rig so I can dedicate this one to sub-zero.
I want Skylake or Haswell-E but I know next year there will be Skylake Refresh and an E variant.
I really like how the FIVR is off the die now. They just need to clock better.

I just want to OC something. I have the 980 FTW too. they are voltage locked so there is no fun to be had there. Measly 1493Mhz. rolleyes.gif
Do you have yours OC'd? You can have my BIOS if you can't clock yours ( I couldn't)

That 5820k is at 4.5 not 4.9. I have two of the FTWs, both steady at 1500/8000 and can bench a little higher. Custom BIOS on each, the locked voltage is a bummer, but they clock well and run fine. CPU VRMs and both cards are under water. Its funny, there are a few games that I benched on my 3570k @ 5.0 while waiting for other parts to arrive, a few single core dependant games actually benched higher than the 5820k. I was a bit disappointed, but I wanted it for other things too.

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Over 5Ghz, load temps and tjmax, voltage, cpu-z...I want my badge sir. *tips hat smile.gif

reason for the cpuz requirement is the info is slightly different that it displays... and to keep things on level playing field... yeah, I know many programs will show the same things... but I've found it tends to keep the peace just sticking to the one software.... and btw... You are in! Congrats!thumb.gif

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