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    Quite decent scores at 3.6GHz dusank.

    Are you happy with the results compared to others with the same combo on Realbench Leaderboard.?
    How stable is your System at 4.1GHz in AIDA64.? Temps, Rail voltages etc.

    I see your on Beta Bios 3101. Your thoughts on this Beta version.? Did this help to stabilize RAM and get your SPD to 3200MHz.? And did it fix the cold boot issue as many have.

    Your choice of using G.Skill F4-3200C14D-16GTZRX is providing good scores in Passmark. I've been looking at that kit and at 3600Mhz for some time but prices atm are ridiculous in my country.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MeanMachine View Post
    Quite decent scores at 3.6GHz dusank.
    It was set up at 3975MHz. Not sure where RealBench got 3,6GHz from - some kind of bug ...

    Quote Originally Posted by MeanMachine View Post
    Are you happy with the results compared to others with the same combo on Realbench Leaderboard.?
    For some reason I was not able to upload my score thus I did not compare.

    Quote Originally Posted by MeanMachine View Post
    How stable is your System at 4.1GHz in AIDA64.? Temps, Rail voltages etc.
    The maximum frequency I can get stable is 3,975GHz!

    My system survives 20minutes of AIDA64 SST but not much longer. With DOCP it would run for a few hours before crashing but I've manualy fine tuned my RAM yesterday so now it lasts probably only for half an hour.

    But I guess that is good enough. I'll see whether under normal usage it tends to crash occasionaly, but I believe it wont. I've played trough the Mafia III game with DOCP enabled and did not have a single crash or other issue.

    Quote Originally Posted by MeanMachine View Post
    I see your on Beta Bios 3101. Your thoughts on this Beta version.? Did this help to stabilize RAM and get your SPD to 3200MHz.? And did it fix the cold boot issue as many have.
    Well I had issues due to a faulty CPU IMC I could not run my memory at 3200MHz. So I've RMAed the CPU and it works now. I have not tried any other BIOS version with the new CPU though. I am not suffering from a cold boot issue.

    Quote Originally Posted by MeanMachine View Post
    Your choice of using G.Skill F4-3200C14D-16GTZRX is providing good scores in Passmark. I've been looking at that kit and at 3600Mhz for some time but prices atm are ridiculous in my country.
    I can recommend it, it runs flawlessly. Could not get it to run at 3333MHz stably for 20 minutes under AIDA64 SST but 3200MHz is good enough I guess.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arne Saknussemm View Post
    Sweet CB score..those CPUs chew through that...I have to OC a 5960X quite a bit to get that kind of score
    Glad to hear that even with an inferior cooler I am having decent performance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dusank View Post
    It was set up at 3975MHz. Not sure where RealBench got 3,6GHz from - some kind of bug ...

    The maximum frequency I can get stable is 3,975GHz!

    I can recommend it, it runs flawlessly. Could not get it to run at 3333MHz stably for 20 minutes under AIDA64 SST but 3200MHz is good enough I guess.
    If you try tune your ram a bit more you'll likely be able to get up to 100 more cinebench points... I run 3466 CL14 b-die with tight subtimings at 1.42v (with active cooling) on a 1700X at 4GHz. The ram we have looks to be the same stuff, just with different heat spreaders and rgb cansr xD. So if you can up the voltage a little to get it stable it'll be worth it in my book.

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    Hm, having some difficulties replying to this thread...

    Anyhow, here is how much I managed to sqeeze from Cinebench, that nicely respond to memory speed and timings (an CB bias option in bios)

    Unfortunately, I cannot make my cpu a 4GHz fully 100% stable, so for every day keep 3.9GHz at 1.39V.

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    WinRAR is also a good benchmark that VERY HEAVILY respond to memory timings, much more then CPU speed For example 3.8GHz CPU with 3466CL14 memory with optimized timings is way faster then 4GHz CPU 3200CL14 default memory subtimings. Try it...

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    ROG Guru: White Belt Array dusank PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by unknownmiscreant View Post
    If you try tune your ram a bit more you'll likely be able to get up to 100 more cinebench points... I run 3466 CL14 b-die with tight subtimings at 1.42v (with active cooling) on a 1700X at 4GHz. The ram we have looks to be the same stuff, just with different heat spreaders and rgb cansr xD. So if you can up the voltage a little to get it stable it'll be worth it in my book.
    I had to up the ram voltage to 1,4V already and I dont have any additional cooler on my ram sticks. I really doubt that 1,42V would make my ram stable at 3333MHz ...

    What stability criterion are you using? My PC was running at 3333MHz just AIDA64 SST did not run stably for 20mins.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sigtran View Post
    Hm, having some difficulties replying to this thread...

    Anyhow, here is how much I managed to sqeeze from Cinebench, that nicely respond to memory speed and timings (an CB bias option in bios)

    Unfortunately, I cannot make my cpu a 4GHz fully 100% stable, so for every day keep 3.9GHz at 1.39V.

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    WinRAR is also a good benchmark that VERY HEAVILY respond to memory timings, much more then CPU speed For example 3.8GHz CPU with 3466CL14 memory with optimized timings is way faster then 4GHz CPU 3200CL14 default memory subtimings. Try it...
    You have pretty tight timings there. I've tried to run with tRAS = 22 or 28 and tRFC = 256 or 260 but unfortunately it was not stable for 20minutes under AIDA64 SST.

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    With memory set at 3466MHz my motherboard refuses to boot (black screen, had to reset CMOS).

    At 3333MHz it runs stably under AIDA64 SST for 20 minutes with GearDownMode enabled.

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