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  1. 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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  2. I immortalized the LLC scores before something happens at HWBot forums again 😛
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  3. 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 50.375s - Rauf - 4800 14-13-13-28-220-1T 5min 50.438s - Takukou - 4800 14-14-14-28-220-1T 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 50.703 - Luumi - 4933 14-14-14-28-240-1
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  4. 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
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  6. Yeah maybe use 6-7-4-20 1T, I mainly want to see where my OS stands at.
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  7. 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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  8. @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
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  9. 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 e
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  10. https://hwbot.org/hardware/motherboard/ms_5184/
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  11. 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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  12. 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 expec
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