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  1. For sale a 2x8GB G.SKILL F4-3200C14D-16GTRS Kit work fine. SuperPi32M and PYPRIME - 2B 4800 14-14-14-28 1T 1.95v on air, ambient about 18C Dim0n527`s SuperPi - 32M score: 5min 29sec 589ms with a Core i9 9900K (hwbot.org) Dim0n527`s PYPrime - 2b with BenchMate score: 8sec 144ms with a DDR4 SDRAM (hwbot.org) In single channel I can boot 5100 19-19-39 1T 1.55v Dim0n527`s Memory Frequency score: 2550 MHz with a DDR4 SDRAM (hwbot.org) Stable cfg: 4200 17-17-17-38 1T 1.361v 4400 16-17-17-36 1T 1.522v 4533 17-17-17-37 1T 1.486v 4800 17-19-19-38 1T 1.576v 4900 19-19-19-39 1T 1.576v Single channel: 4800 17-18-18-38 1T 1.576v Price 240€
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  2. Thank buddy. Waiting for gpu waterblock, 18.5k+ gpu score needed 😀
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  3. I think each user would have to determine what he/she is interested in. I am sure some of the Enthusiast take great pride in having potentially beaten someone's Dry ice scores while they have only air/water cooling. It would be directly illegal for me to run LN in the place i live at present. I think different leagues are important and one should not have to be interested in getting to extreme leagues. Its a significant different cost factor. I correlate this to another technical hobby (ham radio) where people are working in different leagues also with great success since about 50 years. People building their own transmitters with 1mW output to basic radio with 100W and the general norm as max output with 1000 W amplifiers. Meaning the cost for individual can vary from 50 USD homebrew to state of the art 100,000 USD stations. The challenges are completely different but equally interesting and no need to push someone to take part in something they will never have interest in.
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  4. because people have to go to the extreme? 'cause you say so?I want to remain enthusiastic throughout life
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