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  1. Hey everyone, it's time for another freebie! I was going through my hardware recently and came across the KPC Venom container. This is such an iconic and legendary CPU pot but I just don't use it anymore. It's still one of the best all around pots and is especially good for 'fullpot' LN2 or Dry Ice. Rather than let it collect dust or sell it, I'd like to just give it away to someone who will use it and love it the way I did. The container has been lapped and it's in excellent condition. Other than the base sanding, it's in OEM condition with no mods done. I am including a KPC thermal probe and all original hardware except the back plate. Unfortunately the back plate has been used to death and butchered up for other projects, so it wont be included with the freebie. Shipping: I will pay USA shipping, but international people will need to pay the entire shipping bill, and it could be over $50 USD Who's eligible: Everyone in good standing at Hwbot! However, I really do want to see it put to use, so only enter if this is something you would use. How to enter: Just make a post in this thread. Winner selection process: The freebie will be open for about 4 weeks. I have asked @Leeghoofd to conduct the drawing on my behalf from the entries. I will 'close' the event and then turn it over to him to randomly select a winner.
    16 points
  2. Moved Start date to 1st of August , so you have 2 months to play
    6 points
  3. Hola @Joaquin10 , mira amigo que es este mierdero que tienes aqui ??? Te has pasado brincando de Team a Team y cambiando de nombre a cada rato tambien ??? Entonces porque te quejas si tienes problemas con los hwboints ??? Por favor no te quejes mas que ya esto cansa y me tienes enfadado a mi y a los moderators. Parale ya con tanto post de lo mismo y lo mismo , las cosas cambian y hwbot points cambian tambien. Si nesesitas ayuda en traduccion dejame saber y te trato de ayudar ya que google translator no es muy bueno. Entiende que como se distribuyen los puntos cambio ok. Cuidate mucho pero bajale el tono amigo. PM if you need more help. Regards: Angelo ( sorry for my post in Spanish , i have tried to explain to him about the points he lost and why )
    6 points
  4. So guys here is a link for XP GTL Tool https://drive.google.com/file/d/1NNfc7lRbBd1YfO9UqDH0DqSboQdxvP4i/view?usp=sharing
    5 points
  5. New version of the tweaker. Started from scratch and ported all the functionality from the previous app. This is a native one and doesn't need .NET framework, which results in much faster start up. There are several improvements and new settings, FSB slider doesn't do anything yet. Source: https://github.com/irusanov/nForce2-xtreme-tweaker-vcl NForce2Xtreme-v1.1-beta3.zip
    5 points
  6. Should have MMX only option for oldest platforms (sdram/ddr). Run time of around 50-60 seconds maximum no matter what speed is (so it is not "how much time it took to finish job" but "how much of the job was done"). Probably a separate workload for different DRAM technologies - to be able to address specific platform issues more easily? SDRAM+DDR (MMX only available)/DDR2+RDRAM (SSE2)/DDR3 (SSE3)/DDR4 (AVX+)/DDR5/DDR6. Anyway, the most valuable thing should be consistency, repeatability and coverage of most hardware.
    5 points
  7. Over the past few months we've been toying around with the idea of creating a separate memory benchmark. Our initial thought would be to use the Geekbench 3 and 4 memory tests as a starting point. The memory test work and are well-liked, and moving them into a separate benchmark would give us the opportunity to fix the outstanding issues with them (especially on modern hardware). If we were to create something that focused on testing memory performance, what would people want to see? What is your wishlist for a memory benchmark?
    5 points
  8. HWBOT TEAM CUP THREAD (click title for stages) Due to crazy hardware prizes, no exotic/weird hardware demands No mobile stage Maximum of 2-3 subs per stage ALL STAGES ARE CONFIGURED ROUGHLY, so inputs are welcome. I put the start date at the 15th of August but since we don't expect you to have to wade through Fleabay and such, maybe we can start August 1st ?
    4 points
  9. OS is optimized for Rocket Lake mainly. You'll want to use InSpectre for previous Intel gens. For Cascade Lake-X/Coffee Lake-R/Comet Lake-S you will want to use a bios with modified/removed microcode for all benchmarks. For Comet Lake-S specifically, there is a patch that will need to be ran at logon of any user with Task Scheduler for the use of no-ucode bioses, see the XII Apex thread for more details. Maxmem is not set by default. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1TnXW4rUrS7-IzgKLt9peYFChGTJKFmDd/view?usp=sharing Go wild.
    4 points
  10. I actually tested them the other day when binning my PSC on phase:
    4 points
  11. I hope you read part 2 https://overclockers.ru/lab/show/111557/retrokloking-legenda-overklokinga-ian-8pack-parry-voshozhdenie
    4 points
  12. These "possible crystal marker" and "possible parent crystal" are just educated guesses based on other parameters. The multiplier type is also probably guessed based on some parameters (major.minor rev, but maybe something else too). That minor revision is kind of strange, I would have guessed higher minor revision would mean a newer cpu, but based on your table - that is not the case. I've added a message box to the tweaker on app open that displays the info I currently have implemented. There's not much info about the topic, but K8 KBDG (BIOS and Kernel Developer's Guide for AMD AthlonTM 64 and AMD OpteronTM Processors) has the MSR register in question documented There's one more value, which is "Reticle Site" and I've included it in the info. Curious to see what different cpus show. Btw, reading and writing MSRs is quite easy. You can use the MSR Editor and MSR Walker in CrystalCPUID tool. PS: I'm thinking of writing a small tool that automatically dumps CPUID registers, MSRs and all the info like cpuid, name, family, model, revision, etc. This way, the comparisons would be easier and faster. Edit: Replaced the app with new build. I was reading wrong part of the register, but it should be ok now. nForce2XT_Debug_20210703.zip
    4 points
  13. Correct... subplatform can be the same if you do team sessions, but provide ample proof of this...
    3 points
  14. are you using maxmem? do you have the IGPU disabled? Can you try this version opencl see if its any different https://drive.google.com/file/d/12klUnrlOsyECEsOSZ1NKMmBrMW--oiEm/view?usp=sharing I fail loop 4+ if memory unstable, or fabric too high but you are stock so must be something else. Can you try one dimm at a time maybe memory is unstable. What AGESA are you on?
    3 points
  15. MSI GTX680 Lightning card. 100% working condition, never used on subzero (pulled from daily rig). Additional tests will be made right before shipping to ensure that everything is ok. Guarantee not DOA. 140 euro + shipping (I can ship worldwide, ask for costs). Bank transfer (preffered) or PayPal gift.
    3 points
  16. How did you use the acpi.sys file? It needs to be dropped in Windows>System32>Drivers folder and overwrite the existing acpi.sys file in the drivers folder. The neat thing about this is that XP can be used on Intel SATA ports instead of ASMedia ports. If you are having trouble. Take an existing XP install (like for Z490, Z370, ect) and connect it to a PC via a SATA to USB cable (I've heard this is a must) and drop the acpi.sys file into the drivers folder.
    3 points
  17. How about this one? SODIMM is such a weird format, never could get used to it.
    3 points
  18. Tried LN2 again, and once more almost zero scaling. Ended up testing C8 max 32M freq (set RCD, RP, RFC, RDWR all high) and got:
    3 points
  19. Got LN2 and decided to run some cold mem. BBSE was a bit disappointing but the sticks only just do 2600C8 on air. Full pot & 2.1V: Ran my trusty 1600C7 again and finally got into the 17s. Full pot & 2.36V:
    3 points
  20. For most subs only 2, max 3, But I'll add it in the rules per stage, so you know
    3 points
  21. ROG MAXIMUS XIII Series Beta Bios 1007 UPDATE ROG MAXIMUS XIII HERO BETA BIOS 1007 ROG MAXIMUS XIII APEX BETA BIOS 1007 ROG MAXIMUS XIII EXTREME BETA BIOS 1007 ROG MAXIMUS XIII EXTREME GLACIAL BETA BIOS 1007
    3 points
  22. Pantera - Power Metal Live 1988 (PRO FM) - YouTube
    3 points
  23. Nick is working on it, he's fully into some new upcoming stuff... Hang in there
    3 points
  24. I've been going through some of my CPUs. I forgot to note the reported core by BCRC for some of the first entries in the table, so take them with a grain of salt. The lookup table for those cores is not 100% correct anyway. Some of my Thoroughbreds are missing, hopefully I will find where they are Model OPN Batch Core CPUID Rev Unlocked Code Name Site.Major.Minor Multiplier type Possible Marker Athlon XP 1700+ AXDA1700DLT3C AIUGA 0245SPIW Thoroughbred-A 0680 A0 yes 2308 Thoroughbred 1.0.4 Unknown Unknown Athlon XP 1700+ AXDA1700DLT3C AIRGA 0319WPMW Thoroughbred-A 0680 A0 yes 2318 Thoroughbred 1.0.14 Locked MIAGA Athlon XP 1700+ AXDA1700DLT3C RIRGA 0233VPMW Thoroughbred-A 0680 A0 yes 2318 Thoroughbred 1.0.14 Locked MIAGA Athlon XP 1700+ AXDA1700DLT3C JIUHB 0320MPMW Thoroughbred-B 0681 B0 yes 2334 Thoroughbred 1.1.14 Unlocked AIUHB/JIUHB Athlon XP 1700+ AXDA1700DLT3C JIUHB 0323RPMW Thoroughbred-B 0681 B0 yes 2334 Thoroughbred 1.1.14 Unlocked AIUHB/JIUHB Athlon XP 1700+ AXDA1700DUT3C JIUHB 0312XPFW Thoroughbred-B 0681 B0 yes 2334 Thoroughbred 1.1.14 Unlocked AIUHB/JIUHB Athlon XP 1700+ AXDA1700DUT3C JIUCB 0251TPXW Thoroughbred-B 0681 B0 yes 2326 Thoroughbred 1.1.6 Unknown Unknown Athlon XP 1800+ AXDA1800DLT3C JIUHB 0310MPMW Thoroughbred-B 0681 B0 yes 2334 Thoroughbred 1.1.14 Unlocked AIUHB/JIUHB Athlon XP 1800+ AXDA1800DLT3C JIUHB 0333VPMW Thoroughbred-B 0681 B0 yes 2334 Thoroughbred 1.1.14 Unlocked AIUHB/JIUHB Athlon XP 2000+ AXDC2000DUT3C AQZFA 0343UPMW Thorton 06A0 A2 no 2306 {empty} 1.0.2 Locked AQYFA Athlon XP 2000+ AXDC2000DUT3C AQXEA 0324UPMW Thorton 06A0 A2 yes 2316 Thorton 1.0.12 Unlocked Unknown Athlon XP 2000+ AXDA2000DUT3C KIXJB 0415EPMW Thoroughbred-B 0681 B0 no 2333 Thoroughbred 1.1.13 Undetermined JIXIB/AIXJB Athlon XP 2000+ AXDA2000DKV3C JIUHB 0338MPM Thoroughbred-A 0680 A0 yes 2308 Thoroughbred 1.0.4 Unknown Unknown Athlon XP 2100+ AXDA2100DUT3C AIUHB 0302WPDW Thoroughbred-B 0681 B0 yes 2334 Thoroughbred 1.1.14 Unlocked AIUHB/JIUHB Athlon XP 2100+ AXDA2100DUT3C JIUHB 0308VPMW Thoroughbred-B 0681 B0 yes 2334 Thoroughbred 1.1.14 Unlocked AIUHB/JIUHB Athlon XP 2200+ AXDA2200DUV3C AIUCB 0240RPFW Thoroughbred-B 0681 B0 yes 2326 Thoroughbred 1.1.6 Unknown Unknown Athlon XP 2400+ AXDC2400DKV3C AQXFA 0348MPMW Thorton 06A0 A2 no 2306 {empty} 1.0.2 Locked AQYFA Athlon XP 2400+ AXDA2400DKV3C AIXHB 0328SPGW Thoroughbred-B 0681 B0 yes 2334 Thoroughbred 1.1.14 Unlocked AIUHB/JIUHB Athlon XP 2400+ AXDA2400DKV3C AIUGB 0244MPM Thoroughbred-B 0681 B0 yes 2322 1.1.2 Unknown Unknown Athlon XP 2500+ AXDA2500DKV4D AQYFA 0350SPGW Barton 06A0 A2 no 2315 Thorton w/512K 1.0.11 Locked AQYFA What I've seen so far: Reticle site is always 1 - it's either a mistake in the tweaker or these bits started to be meaningful from K8 and up Major mask revision is always the same as the stepping (read from CPUID) and the only core that has 1 instead of 0 is Thoroughbred B (as in "the 2nd revision of T-Bred core") Minor revision is the interesting one BCRC displays Barton if minor revision is 12 and Thorton w/512K when it is 11. Note that the CPU in red is FAKE Thoroughbred-B, in reality it's T-Bred A instead with L3, L5 and L12 bridges manipulated and has fake markings. Up to the "Unlocked" column are values either written on the cpu or detected from other tools. Unlocked column is based on testing. Rest of the columns are from BCRC and the tweaker. I will also check what Palomino reports, but that MSR is invalid on Thunderbird core, so maybe it's the same on Palominos. PS: Maybe we should use some shared google sheet, since you can't really format the tables here.
    3 points
  25. Lots of ways to do this, start here (AB 2.2.4) since you have been trying ABX 2.2.3 This was from UnWinder 680 Lightning On 2.2.4 you may edit Lightning hardware profile files (.\Profiles\VEN_10DE&DEV_1180....cfg) and add the following lines there: [Settings] VDDC_Generic_Detection = 0 VDDC_CHL8318_Detection = 46h VDDC_CHL8318_Type = 1 Those lines disable NVIDIA's capped voltage control module, enable voltage control via direct access to CHL8318 and select offset voltage control mode for it. Note: each card profile must be edited for SLI configs. You can add this to the "OEM" file of many/most versions of AB, I know 411 HWBot works here I think I have one saved LN2 BIOSs FOR THE FIRST 5000 LIGHTNING 680s 80.04.09.00.F7 (non-LN2) 80.04.09.00.F8 (unlocked LN2) AFTER THE FIRST 5000, WE'VE SEEN THESE LN2 BIOSs FROM THE FACTORY: 80.04.28.00.3A (unlocked LN2) 80.04.09.00.3A (unlocked LN2) 80.04.47.00.19 (locked LN2) 80.04.29.00.3A (locked LN2) 80.04.28.00.39 (non-LN2) 80.04.47.00.18 (non-LN2) https://www.overclock.net/threads/official-msi-gtx-680-lightning-owners-club.1280007/ EVC should hook up here ! Have fun 893761724_MSIAfterburner2.2.4.zip MSIAfterburner.oem2 80.04.09.00.F8.rom 80.04.28.00.3A.rom
    3 points
  26. @Antinomy and @I.nfraR.ed shared their thoughts about superlocked cpus and cpu registers (MSR). Maybe we can identify superlocked cpus like this... They also mentioned a tool called Barton CRC (BCRC.exe). So i grabbed a few cpus and here's the result so far. Example screenshot of BCRC output: Here's the result which BCRC reported. The first columns is what i read from the cpu sticker (orange), latter ones are output of BCRC (blue). My conclusion so far is that the minor rev is rather random and the superlock plus the Crystal marker seems to be a more or less random guess. Nr Cpu Rating Stepping week Stepping ED Value CPUID Processor Code Major Minor Type Crystal Marker 11 Athlon XP 2600 AQZFA 0349 TPMW 2306h 06A0h Barton 0 2 locked AQYFA 12 Athlon XP 2600 AQXDA 0318 MPMW 2319h 06A0h Barton 0 15 unlocked unknown 13 Athlon XP 2600 AQXEA 0404 TPMW 2316h 06A0h Barton 0 12 unlocked unknown 15 Athlon XP 2600 AQYHA 0401 UPMW 2315h 06A0h Thorton w/512K 0 11 locked AQYFA 16 Athlon XP 2600 AQXEA 0403 WPMW 2316h 06A0h Barton 0 12 unlocked unknown 17 Athlon XP 2800 AQYHA 0409 SPMW 2315h 06A0h Thorton w/512K 0 11 locked AQYFA
    3 points
  27. M10A 2603 BIOS version transplantation for M9A with Resizable bar support by dsanke https://www.mediafire.com/file/5dugae6mqdv0kf5
    3 points
  28. Saw the new restriction of 2p max, it solves everything. We get to see cool 2p oc but don't have to worry about data center server.
    2 points
  29. 2 points
  30. Do not know if there is an actual difference but, some boards clock better on certain ratios than others. My examples: AN7 clocks better on a 6:6 ratio NF7 clocks better on a 5:5 ratio All my DFI's seem to clock better at 1:1 300.7 was tough to get, but I highly doubt Stelios tried to beat the system, if you will. It not his way.
    2 points
  31. OS is optimized for Zen 3 mainly. You'll want to use InSpectre if you use an older Ryzen, and Geekbench 3 version 3.4.3 will score better with previous gens. Maxmem is not set by default. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1TnXW4rUrS7-IzgKLt9peYFChGTJKFmDd/view?usp=sharing Go wild.
    2 points
  32. well its been a minute sorry for the delay. was offered a chance to start finishing up some of my course requirements toward my red hat architect certificate. then bombarded with classwork as well as work. will be resuming my oc adventures within the week. with some slight adjustments. and nothing over the top. i decided to take a crack at 3dmark this morning. its nothing amazing. but it's where my starting point is. https://www.3dmark.com/3dm/64059071 only modded the mpt for max power 360w up from 289 and 375 on the tdc.. also random update. turns out that xfx released 2 different versions of the black edition. which somehow i received the higher binned version. which explains a lot as to why my card never shows up bios check either on techpowerup or even 3dmark. my manufacturer never shows up. hope everyone is doing well and sorry again for the delay =)
    2 points
  33. Hi Guys, CPU was sold almost immediately after posting unfortunately, I just went to sleep and haven't had the chance to update until now.
    2 points
  34. Yes , the www.elhvb.com is a must have for all old-timers !!! They host two bios databases , the mobokive and the kuriaki and they also host many manuals for old boards. They sure deserve a donation , for all support that they offer.
    2 points
  35. ROG CROSSHAIR VIII Series BETA BIOS 3702 UPDATE 1. ComboPIv2_1203_PatchA (Before ver same) 2. Some bug fixes ROG CROSSHAIR VIII HERO BETA BIOS 3702 ROG CROSSHAIR VIII HERO WIFI BETA BIOS 3702 ROG CROSSHAIR VIII FORMULA BETA BIOS 3702 ROG CROSSHAIR VIII IMPACT BETA BIOS 3702 ROG CROSSHAIR VIII DARK HERO BETA BIOS 3702
    2 points
  36. You beat a bunch of my stuff from retirement, so i shall return the favour (Except for the retireing part)
    2 points
  37. Binned my half-decent PSC sticks on phase the other day to check for scaling, ofc my best stick is apparently faulty and has issues booting sometimes.
    2 points
  38. True. I was expecting minor revision to be higher for newer CPUs, but it seems there's no such correlation. There's also no correlation between the minor revision, the PCB revision and the gold letter in the corner. Common versions for Barton are 2, 11, 12, 15 and as @Tzkpreviously wrote, 12 and 15 are reported as unlocked, while 2 and 11 are reported as locked. This doesn't 100% correspond to reality, since it depends on the production week, too. One of my 2s are unlocked and one 12 is locked. Overall the detection success rate seems to be high. I will re-check those 2 CPUs to make sure it's not an error on my side. Thoroughbred B has revisions 2, 6, 13, 14. 2 and 6 are reported as "Unknown", 13 is reported as "Undetermined" and 14 as "Unlocked". In reality, 13 seems to be the only one that is locked. 2 and 6 seem to be from 2002, others are 2003 and 2004. There's one 14 from 2002. I have one Applebred B0 (Thoroughbred-B) which is 14 and is locked, produced in week 0347. All Thoroughbred-B Semprons I have are 13 and are locked. Also later production weeks, which "guarantees" a super locked CPU. 11 is B in HEX, 12 is C, 13 is D, 14 is E, 15 is F. I guess the highest possible is 15 (F). According to the documentation, it's bits 3-0 (4 bits), so 1111 = F is the highest. Edit: For Applebred/Thoroughbred the following seems to be valid (with one exception again, which I have to recheck) xxxHB (e.g. JIUHB) is 14 xxxCB (e.g. JIUCB) is 6 xxxJB (e.g. KIXJB) is 13 xxxXB (e.g. MCXB) is 13 xxxGB (e.g. AIUGB) is 2 I'm sure BCRC is guessing the "Crystal Marker" based on the minor revision and codename. The theory is that this minor revision is something like a range of letters. Same applies to the major revision, which is indicated from the last letter, e.g. JIUHB, where B = 1 for "Thoroughbred-B". In case of a Barton, we have A = 0 there, e.g. IQYHA. I'm kind of sure about last letter now. The minor revision is probably "encoding" for more than one letter. This timeline with steppings might help us reconstruct the lookup table: https://www.cpu-world.com/info/AMD/amd_stepping_K7.html https://www.cpu-world.com/info/AMD/K7_stepping_codes.html
    2 points
  39. No particular interest, I do ultimately want to get my hands on one of each IC (since it's hardly unprecedented for enthusiasts to discover a random IC that's actually useful, see Samsung 1Gb G), but I have a Pi Black 2000 9-9-9 kit of it. It was actually an accident, I didn't even notice they were 1GB sticks until I got them. Freegeek, I assume? That is a good deal, I myself got a lot of 2000-2200 sticks from them a while ago, haven't tested all of the sticks but the 2000 Ripjaws I got in that lot turned out to be excellent. Whether the blacklines are GT depends on the part number, I nabbed a kit of those when I was just getting into DDR3 and was a bit disappointed to find out they were JN. To be fair, I didn't actually pull the spreaders, but they weren't any good. Kingston also depends on the P/N: 2000C9D = 9-9-9 BBSE, 2000C9AD = 9-11-9 BDBG or BFBG, depending on production date. My wishlist was also enormous, but, well, with a lot of time, money, and patience, now the number of kits I have is enormous (a bit too enormous...) Well, shoot, now I have to talk about my favorite subject, insane (near-)vaporware bins. At least, my understanding of some. Near-vaporware (extremely limited): F3-19200CL8D-4GBPIS, 2400C8 Pi. Very good bin, source of some of the best air results I've ever seen (though I believe the particular kit I'm thinking of, which TaPaKaH had at the time, hated cold; air isn't everything), but I've seen kits that were merely "pretty good". Apparently was retail but I don't think there were more than like a dozen kits. F3-19200CL8Q-8GBZHD, 2400C8 Ripjaws Z, same deal as the Pi. Some insane sticks, very limited. As far as I know it was only quad kits, so that doesn't help things. F3-20000CL9D-4GBTDS, 2500 9-11-9 1.65V PSC. Found in an OC3D review. I would guess this exact spec didn't go retail, or if it did, insanely limited. F3-20000CL9D-4GBTDS, 2500 9-11-11 1.65V PSC. The only results I have a link to are from Hiwa, he claimed they were a retail purchase and sold out immediately. If some of those results truly were done with memory on air, that kit of his was golden. Demo/ES SKUs: F3-12800CL5Q-8GBPI, 1600 5-8-5 1.65V PSC. F3-16000CL6D-4GBFX(D?), 2000 6-9-9 1.65V PSC. Look like some sort of Reaper-Flare hybrid. F3-18400CL7D-4GBPID, 2300 7-10-10 1.65V PSC. I know where this kit is but only one stick is still alive. F3-20000CL8D-4GBTDS, 2500 8-12-8 1.65V PSC. Used by Hiwa at a Computex 2010 demo. I believe Andre Yang had a kit as well. Don't have a clear picture on hand. KHX2544C9D3T1FK2/2GX, 2544 9-11-10 1.65V BDBG. PR. F3-20800CL8D-4GBPIS, 2600 8-11-8 1.65V PSC. The "3" and "4" on the PCBs in the picture make me think there were at least two kits... Vaporware (don't have any concrete evidence of these existing, beyond people asking if it exists ) : F3-14400CL6D-4GBFLS, 1800 6-8-6 1.65V PSC. F3-18400CL9D-4GBTDS, 2300 9-9-9-24 1.65V BBSE.
    2 points
  40. Pay2Support benchmark development is what I prefer, they gave a great discount to HWBOT users. Yes you need a registered version to validate on their site
    2 points
  41. Some high bin and/or rare kits I own: D9GT - Corsair Dominator CM3X1024-1800C7DIN (1800 7-7-7 2V) - Definitely not as rare as the CM3X2048 version but one of the best bins Hyper - Corsair Dominator GT CMG6GX3M3A2000C7 (2000 7-8-7 1.65V) Hyper - SuperTalent Project X WX200UX6G7 (2000 7-7-7 1.65V) - A very aggressive XMP, though not sure on actual quality BBSE - G.Skill Ripjaws X F3-17000CL8D-4GBXMD (2133 8-9-8 1.65V) BBSE - G.Skill Ripjaws X F3-17600CL9D-4GBXMD (2200 9-9-9 1.65V) BBSE - Kingmax Hercules FLKE85F-B8KHA (2200 10-10-10 1.5-1.7V) - I don't think they're all that great but it's quite a high frequency BDBG - Kingston T1 KHX2250C9D3T1FK3/6GX (2250 9-11-9 1.65V), KHX2333C9D3T1FK3/3GX (2333 9-11-10 1.65V) and KHX2333C9D3T1K2/4GX (2333 9-11-9 1.65V) - high frequency Kingston bins, though not the highest PSC - G.Skill Pi F3-16000CL7D-4GBPIS (2000 7-9-7 1.65V) - Nothing special quality-wise, but seem to be rare simply due to a lack of sales PSC - G.Skill Pi F3-16000CL6D-4GBPIS and F3-16000CL6T-6GBPIS (2000 6-9-6 1.65V) - Very famous bin and was very popular back in the day due to the tight spec and some impressive kits found in this bin PSC - G.Skill Flare F3-16000CL7D-4GBFLS (2000 7-9-7 1.65V) - The highest bin of Flares, which are quite rare since they were made for AMD Rev.D - G.Skill Trident X F3-2666C10Q-16GTXD (2666 10-12-12 1.65V) - G.Skill's highest bin Rev.D - Corsair Dominator Platinum CMD16GX3M4A2666C10 (2666 10-12-12 1.65V) - The single best retail bin1 2Gb BFR - Corsair Dominator GTX8 CMGTX8 (2400 10-12-10 1.65V) - Useless for benching but a collector's item CFR - Kingston "Overclocker's dream memory" (2800 12-14-14-32 1.65V) - ES, have changed hands a couple times as a "kit" of 4, I believe there are 8-10 total but somebody can correct me if there are more MFR - G.Skill Trident X F3-2933C12D-8GTXDG (2933 12-14-14-35 1.65V) - High frequency MFR, though not G.Skill's highest Wishlist (retail or apparently retail; P.S. my PMs are open ) : D9GT - pretty much any well-binned 2GB sticks, they a bit harder to find than 1GB since it is such an old IC PSC/Hyper - Corsair GTX1-6 Hyper - Adata Extreme Edition v2 AD32133F002GM(O)U3K - novelty mostly, very high voltage spec and seems to be extremely rare BDBG - KHX2400C9D3T1FK2/4GX, Kingston's highest retail bin PSC - pretty much any of the high frequency (over 2200) bins, whether for novelty or quality depends on the particular kit (F3-18400CL8D-4GBPIS, F3-19200CL8Q-8GBZHD, F3-19200CL8D-4GBPIS, F3-19200CL9D-4GBPIS, F3-20000CL9D-4GBTDS, PVV34G2500C9K, etc.) PSC - F3-16000CL8D-4GBPIS - 2000 8-9-8 and not Corsair, lol, another case of seeming to be extremely rare simply due to a lack of sales. The one result I've heard was that it was garbage, but that won't stop me! Various SKUs interesting for other reasons -- using weird ICs (very old 512Mb kits), kits with an IC not usually meant for that model (BBSE 2000 8-8-8), etc. And maybe other stuff, this was off the top of my head And, obviously, there are lot of special demo/ES/etc SKUs that would be cool to own, or other rare bins that I'm not sure went retail, but the likelihood of getting most nowadays is nearly zero.
    2 points
  42. So close Tzk :) Thanks for upload custom BIOS, i used yours (1008 RS). First modded Board ever, 12V-Rail CPU Mod and modded vCPU, vMem, vDD with VRs
    2 points
  43. 2 points
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