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  1. Hi and welcome to the forum. I hope the...

    Hi and welcome to the forum. I hope the following a) gets access to post and b) helps.

    It would be useful to know the model of motherboard, CPU and the DDR4 RAM - at least the XMP specs of the...
  2. Thread: Access Denial

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    Thanks for what you can do, cl-Albert. The...

    Thanks for what you can do, cl-Albert. The denial bit me yesterday when I'm sure I could have helped with a memory issue. A user-to-user forum turns into a fail with this sort of bug going on.
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    Those professional apps need better stability...

    Those professional apps need better stability than Realbench, so do at least OCCT. I had this 24/7 system stable in Realbench, but it would lock up at a critical point in Adobe CS workflow. The...
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    OCCT is an actual test. Your results say that...

    OCCT is an actual test. Your results say that OCCT gives a better test in 10 min than Realbench, Aida64 and Prime95 do over hours of hot CPU stress.

    Realbench can serve as a test at the...
  5. Thread: Jab33

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    Integrated graphics ended up defeating me. Grrrr....

    Integrated graphics ended up defeating me. Grrrr.

    Free hardware is always nice, but 1 chance in 30? #9 Micka can't make it, so Lucky-Noob got in.
  6. Thread: Jab33

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    I think the energy burn to make dry ice for a...

    I think the energy burn to make dry ice for a day's use isn't worth it, let alone the cost of equipment. I can go to the nearest grocery and get dry ice for $1.50/lb. There is also an industrial...
  7. Thread: Jab33

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    Yeah, enjoying it while I can, but those feeble...

    Yeah, enjoying it while I can, but those feeble water-cooled submissions won't rank so high at the end. This is the only contest that is a qualifier for a head-to-head meet with a real cash prize. ...
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    I asked pointedly in this forum about the NODE of...

    I asked pointedly in this forum about the NODE of Maximus XI boards and the corresponding removal of the OC panel connection. The response from ASUS was abject silence. The functions of the OC...
  9. It's been a while since I've used my R5E10, so I...

    It's been a while since I've used my R5E10, so I can't get too specific. That overclock that ran for a long time was pretty good for X99. It doesn't appear that there was much stress on anything. ...
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    MRC fast boot works well as long as the RAM OC is...

    MRC fast boot works well as long as the RAM OC is stable. The training should come out the same every time, so it can be skipped by setting MRC Fast Boot.

    Those Vccsa and Vccio levels are quite...
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    A clock increase that large without increasing CL...

    A clock increase that large without increasing CL is quite a good overclock. The longer training time shows how close that profile is to the edge of what the components can do. HCI memtest shows...
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    The concept is 'adaptive' core voltage along with...

    The concept is 'adaptive' core voltage along with EIST or 'speedstep.' There are so many guides and discussions on setting adaptive voltage in BIOS around the forum, I'll not try to reproduce them. ...
  13. That ranking is just a matter of luck right now. ...

    That ranking is just a matter of luck right now. Something like quantity over quality. When the elite overclockers drop their sandbags in the contests, their quality will swamp me.
  14. I've wondered how much OC headroom those HOF's...

    I've wondered how much OC headroom those HOF's have, ttOne. They should be quick at 19-19-19 and high bandwidth at that speed.

    I agree that properly working RAMs on the QVL should boot straight...
  15. Some board/CPU/RAM combinations need a little...

    Some board/CPU/RAM combinations need a little more DRAM voltage to get to full XMP speed. You could try the following:

    After loading XMP settings, in BIOS overwrite the DRAM Voltage setting with...
  16. So, I understand that you are getting standby...

    So, I understand that you are getting standby power that lights the buttons and a few other LEDs. That usually indicates that the PSU is at least trying - no blown fuse.

    The 2-digit POST display...
  17. Thread: R6A Bios 1705

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    G75rog - Glad it's working for you in a highly...

    G75rog - Glad it's working for you in a highly personalized setup.

    cx-ray - Straight to max Turbo is what I expect from the High Performance power plan. There are some detailed settings in each...
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    Air cooling is always the limitation, and more so...

    Air cooling is always the limitation, and more so with higher core count. 5GHz may be too high a target. The real culprit is core voltage - heat rises with voltage squared at constant clock speed. ...
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    The core counts on all the challenger divisions...

    The core counts on all the challenger divisions apply to the native core count.
    I have used a 7980xe in the Pro OC and Div I stages.
    Div II needs a 9900K, 7820X or 9800X, which are inherently...
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    What you saw is likely the difference between...

    What you saw is likely the difference between temperatures at different points on the chip. Core temps don't align exactly with FIVR (voltage regulator) temps, but all are monitored by the...
  21. Thread: Cinebench R20

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    Not something exciting enough to spill LN2 over ...

    Not something exciting enough to spill LN2 over - until it gets adopted for points on HWBOT. It's under discussion today.

    The corner on the left side is vertical while vertical lines to the...
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    I've done that with a GTX 1080ti KPE --...

    I've done that with a GTX 1080ti KPE -- Thermosphere on the GPU and passive heatsinks with 1.4cm pins on the VRM MOSFETS. I don't think there's any way to contact the RAMs with a heatsink, so RAM...
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    Sticky: 78783 Same as above: Strix RTX 2080 OC, i9...

    78783

    Same as above: Strix RTX 2080 OC, i9 7980XE, Driver 418.81 and the same clock rates.

    On HWBOT, this score is first among 2080s. I think I like this card.
  24. Thread: Maximus XI Apex

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    That explains some of the silence from ASUS in...

    That explains some of the silence from ASUS in this thread.

    It well be awkward being on the ROG HWBOT team without a ROG motherboard.
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    Sticky: 78762 Time Spy Extreme One GPU Strix RTX...

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    Time Spy Extreme One GPU
    Strix RTX 2080 OC
    i9 7980XE
    Driver 418.81
    Lots of power limiting, but that thick cooler WORKS!

    I need to go back and try again when I get it under water. ...
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