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    Very nice scores Nikos. I see Intel in my near future!
    M7H (2012) | i7-4790K @ 4.7ghz @ 1.275v | cache @ 4.4ghz @ 1.275v |16gb (2x8) Xtreem @ DDR3-2666 (11-13-13-35-1T) | GTX 770 | AX860 PSU

    CVF-Z (2002) | FX-8350 @ 4.6ghz @ 1.4875v | cpu/nb @ 2600 @ 1.275v | ht @ 2600 | 8gb (2x4) Redlines (996997) @ DDR3-2133 (9-11-10-28-1T) | GTX570 | 850Z PSU

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    No more memory blocks, i removed them. Got that same memory 2600cl10 trident
    i usually have an spd tab open in cpu-z in submissions

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    Sola, your AMD is working with memories at 2600MHz/CL10?

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    Yes Zka, is working,
    also tried some runs with CL9 but i thought the memory and/or IMC couldn't handle it. Now i may reconsider as nikos said. maybe a bump at voltage will help a bit.

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    Oh, that's very strong! Everything above 2400MHz is very strong...

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    It's a good strategy to see how high your memory can go . I took the idea from the BIOS of Max V Formula. Usually I looked at Latency Boundary and the setting was in Auto. I had no idea what was the actual value and what represented. When I started to load some of the stored memory profiles, I noticed that Raw Mhz profile relaxed all the values and the Latency Boundary had the value of 14. It's a profile that someone can use to see how high memory frequency can go and IMC of course without paying attention to performance, coming usually with tight timmings. So, I started to reduce Latency and checked through Mem tweakit and a I realized that lots of the secondary and tertiary timmings became more tight. One think can do is to set this profile to help you boot. Then start tighten primary timmings to reach your goal. Then start tighten Latency Boundary to see how tight can go. I use the opposite way when I push frequency of CPU higher and see instability. If I can bench let's say at 5.0G with 2666 cl9 and see instability at 5.1G, before I go for cl10 I am starting to loose Latency boundary from 5 or 6 to 7 or 8. If that doesn't work I jump to cl10 and try to find out how tight I can go with Latency Boundary. Then you check with benching what suits you more. It's an easy way for non experts in memory like me, to set things with the mainboard assistance and not get lost in an endless mess of unknown parameters Also you can read Raja's guides for memory on the stickies of each mainboard series. He's the expert

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    Quote Originally Posted by csimon View Post
    Very nice scores Nikos. I see Intel in my near future!
    Thank you buddy This challenge is good real testing and review for lots of chips to help you take a decision of what is best for you.

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    Free Run Submission

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    SuperPi (4M) : 33.954

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    wPrime 1024 : 140.89

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    ROG RealBench : 843

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    The most fun was benching at 5400. That was for the very first time in my life. I booted at 5500 lots of times and I have counted every possible BSOD, in Microsoft's library . I have also discovered that in Maximus V Formula the top Vcore is 1.70 Volts. I was stuck, because I needed to go higher to avoid BSODs for 5500MHz. After a while I discovered that I had to enable Extreme OC. Then I could go up to 1.95 Volts and I can imagine this limit extends higher if LN2 is enable. I didn't have time to explore everything nor to do every possible tweaking but I enjoyed it a lot (In May Madness with memory to 2400 cl10, I was under 140 secs but doesn't matter). I booted into winXP having set 1.72 Volts in BIOS but in 5.5GHz there was instability to memory that needed lots of time to explore and fine tweak. So I decided to give up, because I had to go through 3-4 different OSes. Have fun Guys. I guess that's my last result submission

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    ROG Guru: Brown Belt Array meankeys PC Specs
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    Memory (part number)G.Skill Trident Z - 16GB
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    Nik....

    You da man buddy. You really worked hard @ this comp. and the results are shown in your scores. Between you and Z are definitely the MVP'S of the Autumn Folly 2013

    On another note I worked with the memory timing advice you gave us. I did not have much luck with RB last night. I could not even simulate my 780 I posted earlier in the comp. I must be over looking something. I will be trying again tonight fingers crossed I will be posting a 780+

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    ROG Guru: Blue Belt Array ganji PC Specs
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    Memory (part number)GSkill TridentX 2400MHz CL10 PC3-19200
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    CPU CoolerEK Predator 240
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    Very nice scores Nikosa, Good job mate

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