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    Quote Originally Posted by Raghar View Post
    Raja bot-chan, you posted your post 221 already as post 219.

    Also would we get 1. better resolution images. 2. some details about temperatures and how it handles extreme heats with only one heatpipe?
    My bad on the duplicate post.


    1) No. It was just a teaser pic. Not going to take the camera out. Check first post of the thread for hi-def pic if that's what you wanna see.

    2) I don't care about temps like you guys do. I know our guys get those sinks right for the current.

    I have some very specific things I WANT (DRAM mainly) to do with the board. You guys will have to get yours to do what YOU want. This board is not going to be treated vicariously... I know, I know, I am EVIL! hehe

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    Bring out the DRAM torturing rack!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nodens View Post
    Bring out the DRAM torturing rack!
    ...^^ speaking of which ^^, does anyone know what the observed (non-extreme cooled) DRAM top speeds are with Ivy-E, i.e. 4960X ? DDR3 2800 ? 2933 ? 3000 ?

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    Higher than 3K..but it's not worth it. The relaxed timings these frequencies require actually make them slower. Unless you're only interested in bragging rights that is.
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    ...interested in 'expected' regular / daily performance envelopes of a 'typical' Ivy-E . I asked because that SB-E 2666 mem also works just great in my Ivy / 3770K at fairly tight (for the speed) timings at DDR3 2800, per below (and that wasn't fully optimized yet)

    ...put differently, do Ivys and Ivy-Es have pretty much the same DRAM speed / timing potential ?

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    On the top of this page there's a post by Raja with a link in it. Follow that link
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    Tx...those I had seen, but was looking specifically for DRAM <> Ivy-E <> RIVE BE...then followed Detleg's link (post #13 this thread) and ended up with this http://valid.canardpc.com/l4ix9m ...would be nice if that's 24/7 on a RIVE BE w/average processor

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    Well If you wanna to cool your PC with LN, you can try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowking7 View Post
    Tx...those I had seen, but was looking specifically for DRAM <> Ivy-E <> RIVE BE...then followed Detleg's link (post #13 this thread) and ended up with this http://valid.canardpc.com/l4ix9m ...would be nice if that's 24/7 on a RIVE BE w/average processor
    You probably did not read the whole thing then because Raja's post tells you EXACTLY what to expect from the average IB-E CPU. Quoting:

    Quote Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS
    Quick check list of Ivy-E memory related items:


    1) DDR3-1866 is supported as a stock speed. However, it is only supported with one DIMM per channel. If all slots are populated, then the maximum supported memory speed is DDR3-1600. Both situations are likely subject to memory timing, too. Intel usually makes this information available in their white papers.
    1) Most Ivy-E CPU samples are capable of reaching DDR3-2400 with 32GB of memory.


    2) Some samples are capable of speeds beyond DDR3-2666 with 16GB of memory.


    3) As CPU core frequency is increased it can become more difficult to reach memory speeds over DDR3-2133. This situation is also affected by the amount of memory used. For example, it may be easier to run speeds over DDR3-2133 if only 16GB of memory is used.


    4) VCCSA is the voltage that helps facilitate memory overclocking on Ivy-E. DRAM voltage does too (obviously). Speeds over DDR3-2400 may require high levels of VCCSA if high density memory configurations are used. We have used up to 1.40V with 64GB of memory at speeds over DDR3-2400.


    5) Before you are wowed by the voltage or the promise of running DDR3-2400, remember that even if you find a single memory kit rated at these speeds, there is no guarantee that the CPU memory controller will manage the frequency. Each CPU sample varies - some are better and some are worse at overclocking.


    6) Bear in mind that memory timings are just as important as memory frequency. Chasing raw frequency at the expense of timings is worthless on a 24/7 system.

    7) Memory speeds over DDR3-2400 may be more stable when using the 125 MHz BCLK strap.
    This tells you exactly what you are asking and more.. That validation you saw has nothing to do with average IB-E..what Raja says does.
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    ...may be it's the cold I'm having and affecting my writing

    ...I have read Raja's post in its entirety several times, not least as I'm helping out a friend with a his new 4930K build- Raja's summaries being 'de rigueur'. I also noted that Raja was referring to 45 Ivy-E samples which I think were identified as 'ES' samples in another thread.

    All I was really after is that now that 4930 K / 4960X have been in the market a bit (higher numbers), what was the average DRAM speed folks were hitting with their retail Ivy-E (ie water-cooled) on RIVE...true or not, the assumption is being made by a lot of folks that the RIVE-BE will allow for better DRAM speeds / timings - so I was looking for a 'before / after' kind of DRAM speed thing...now back to my box of Kleenex

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