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    This is the best score I managed to do with 500x9 Wolfdale with new OS and good memory config. If someone can do better at 500x9 flat then that would be nice to see so that I need to improve. Any Wolfdale E8400-E8700 is fine but 500x9.
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    I immortalized the LLC scores before something happens at HWBot forums again 😛
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    We've all seen the 5 min 50 sec 4800C14 runs on Facebook but there they get lost after a few days - please share them here so they can be viewed and discussed forever (or at least until the next forum migration lol)! I'll try to keep this leaderboard somewhat updated: 5min 50.563s - Safedisk - 4800 14-14-14-28-220-1T 5min 50.640s - Galax OC Lab - 4800 14-13-13-28-220-1T 5min 50 672 - Rauf - 4800 14-14-14-28-220-1T 5min 50.859s - Dancop - 4800 14-13-13-28-240-1T 5min 50.890s - Takukou - 4800 14-14-14-28-220-1T 5min 51.140s - mllrkllr88 - 4800 14-13-13-28-240-2T 5min 51.172s - l0ud_sil3nc3 - 4900 14-14-14-28-240-2T 5min 51.531s - HiCookie - 4800 14-14-14-28-240-2T 5min 51.672s - Darkgregor - 4800 14-14-14-28-240-1T 5min 51.765s - JordanHyde - 4800 14-13-13-28-220-2T 5min 51.813s - Noizemaker - 4800 14-14-14-28-240-1T 5min 52.047s - KeepH8n - 4800 14-14-14-28-220-2T 5min 52.344s - Dinos22 - 4800 14-14-14-28-240-2T
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    60L Air Liquide dewar for sale. Good vacuum, new cap, and clamp for dispenser included. $500 Selling my backup card. 290X Lightning. 0.95v rail modified by mllrkllr and has displays for 0.95v and core voltages. stock cooler fits fine. Backplate doesn’t fit anymore unless you would modify. card has done 1515MHz at -150 and 1.55V load voltage. Also including picture of water settings for this card. will sell as just the card by itself for $100 shipped(USA only this price). International shipping okay will be on a case by case basis. Also have factory box(missing outside sleeve) and accessories I can include for additional shipping costs.
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    I can certainly give it a go once I got my team cup pre testing done
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    Yeah maybe use 6-7-4-20 1T, I mainly want to see where my OS stands at.
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    I'm also in. I would probably be able to run 6-6-4 with cold memory, should I stick to 6-7-4-20 to make it comparable to your settings?
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    @marco.is.not.80 2. iirc it will only work if you have LLC 4 or 5 set and its supposed to help with transient response so if you compare with and without the tool during a transient-heavy load you should see a minor improvement in load voltage needed. Personally I didn't see any real improvement in R20 at all (not a transient-heavy load and specially on 10900K the cache is now large enough for mem oc to be kinda irrelevant, went from like 200 points stock -> tuned on 9900K to like 20 points) and not a significant difference in OCCT Large AVX2 (transient-heavy). Lower voltage needed for no WHEA during the "easy" parts perhaps but it would crash regardless with the heavier parts (this is with tightly tuned b-die to maximize avx load bandwidth). Wasn't really enough of a game changer for me to consider it worth dailying as I haven't heard of it being guaranteed safe over 2-3 years. Falkentyne will probably give you more info, he's the one who's worked on it with Shamino from Asus but on a M12E. 3. 10700K and 10900K are rated for 245A "thermally supported indefinitely" according to the datasheet so in theory 245A @ TJMAX (100c) for the duration of the warranty period, i.e. 3 years? 190A is definitely fine for stability testing!
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    OC Family, I just got my Apex XII and a 10900k (can't believe I found both in stock at the same place at the same time - thumbs up for www.neweggbusiness.com) and have a few questions. 1) Can someone explain to me what exactly the legacy memory mode is all about and do I need to worry about it if I'm just running the stock latest BIOS from the Asus support site? Also, all this talk about A2 only - is this just in regards to the high clock/low latency settings (like 4800 14-13-13 or whatever)? 2) The VRM tool listed in the first post - It works how? I just make a task scheduler event and run it at login!??! What does it do exactly? What should I be looking for when monitoring the changes it makes? 3) I was pulling 190 amps according to hwinfo by doing an overclock of 52 on all cores/0 avx/50 uncore - just how many amps do you think is safe with something like chilled water setup? 4) I can't believe how cool the 10900k runs. Not a question - just a comment. Some of the reviews I've read make me wonder if they even actually used it. Any insights would be appreciated. Thanks, love reading and learning from you all. Marco
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    First post has been updated with ALL prizes available. Anyone anywhere in the world can enter and win prizes as long as it is allowed for your country.
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    The performance data of the kit: 10-Layer A2 layout PCB, Samsung B-die ICs and DDR4-3600 C14-15-15-35 at 1.45v deposited as XMP. 2. The tests Test system Intel Core i7-8086K @ AIO Asus Maximus XI Apex Seasonic Focus 1050W Nvidia 630GT Team group Xtreem DDR4-3600C14 ARGB Low Voltage (24/7 compatible) After a quick test on the XMP values, it quickly became clear that there was still room for improvement in the clock and timing. Based on this, I made the first tests with a maximum of 1.5v, which is still acceptable for daily use at Samsung. As expected, the XMP on DDR4-3600 ran smoothly with CR1T, so I set out to tackle bigger challenges. DDR4-4000 C15-15-15-38 CR1 ran through Memtest86 and all test benchmarks like SuperPi 32M, Geekbench 3, Cinebench R11.5 also ran with tightened sub-timings. At Cas 15 I finally reached stable DDR4-4133, but after that I had to switch to Cas 16 and CR2T to get ahead. Amazingly, the set values from C16-16-16-38 to DDR4400 were stable, at 1.5 volts, and even DDR4-4500 booted but could no longer be brought into Windows. In the end, I managed to push the absolute limit of my storage controller. With the DDR4-4800 C18-18-18-42 CR2T with auto-subtimings, I was able to complete a complete benchmark course. As a brief interim conclusion, it can be said that the DDR4-3600 ARGB was able to distance itself from the DDR4-4500 8Pack Edition that I tested a while ago on the same platform, a surprising result. High Voltage (per benchmark use) For benchmark use on platforms like UL (ex Futuremark) or Hwbot, DDR4-4000c12 and higher have been standard for years and I therefore also tested these settings. DDR-4000 C12 was not a challenge, DD4-4133 C12-12-12-28 ran with 1T and 1.98V for Geekbench 3 and other comparable tests, SuperPi 32m also ran with 1.99V. Since DDR-4600C14 and higher are now part of the bench routine of enthusiasts and professional overclockers in the bench circus with A2-PCB layout memory, I naturally also made a short test on these settings. DDR4-4800 C14-14-14-28 and C14-13-13-28 ran stable through multiple tests at 1.98-1.99 volts. In addition, these settings are not only usable for everyday use because of the high voltage. On the Intel Z170-390 platform, Samsung B-based memory completely lose stability with full memory utilization in 64-bit systems, which is why no mem test was carried out, but the usable amount of memory in Windows was again reduced to 2.5 GB or less. Conclusion. The Teamgroup Xtreem T-Force ARGB DDR4-3600C14 are exceptional even today, when many manufacturers rely on RGB effects. The concept of subtly illuminating the Rams from the inside via translucent PCB cover is new, extremely appealing and innovative. This model series currently has a very attractive unique selling point, plus the idea was implemented excellently and with intelligence. The side with the chips is further cooled by the heat spreader, the side without is used for a very attractive effect. The model was also completely convincing in terms of pure performance, both in the area up to DDR4-4133, in which most enthusiasts move, and above that, the memory presented itself as competitive and, in some cases, outstanding. In contrast to its "brothers" with DDR4-3200-4000 rating, Geizhals has not yet listed the price in the price comparison, but should be offered competitively if we see the other models in relation to competitors, and as usual, Teamgroup offers its limited lifetime warranty as a guarantee. In terms of performance, I can fully recommend the modules, the look appeals to me personally, but as usual, this should be in the eye of the beholder. Finally, I can, with a clear conscience, make a clear recommendation for the new ARGB, they enrich the storage market and are a serious alternative for enthusiasts and modders Rating: 9/10 Many thanks to TeamGroup for providing the test sample and to the readers of this test for their time.
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