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  1. Old school Trident Dual Rank "A0" style PCB is flying. If you have any old dual rank b-die its worth trying. Smashes my ripjaws and royal 4000c16 sets. Possible that its coincidence but not probable. Gear 1 needs binned to max out. 2 out 12 CPUs I have can do 4000 12-11, only one can do tras under 28. Some wont even train 3800 12-11.
    4 points
  2. And ... we got a couple of new World Records today with Powercolor Red Devil Ultimate 6900xtx-h clock speed at 3306Mhz ~ 3274Mhz ( highest core clock in the world for a gpu benchmark stable ) and highest ever 3dmark Firestrike Extreme score. It was done by none the less the good guys OGS from Greece , congratulations on such a huge achievement. Absouletely Massive score πŸ‘ https://hwbot.org/submission/4745694_ogs_3dmark___fire_strike_extreme_radeon_rx_6900_xt_35869_marks
    3 points
  3. 32M is a blast on rocket lake! Thought we could compile some tips to get everyone started. Feel free to add yours and I will quote you in the OP Gear 1 Mode necessary duh TRAS no longer limited to 28 go as low as you can. 16-17 should be ok to 4k mhz You need blast the SA voltage 1.55-1.65 all day VCCIO_M on the other hand doesn't need Z490 levels 1.35/1.45 has not limited in any way. wazza doesnt help much, maybe 1 second. unlike other gens you can pretty much just torque each timing as low as it will go and see a benefit RTL you can try Relaxing channe
    3 points
  4. Apologies for jumping in, just want to help. I happen to have ( and do not sell ) the same mems Albrecht has. Both on Apex VI and Rampage VI Extreme ( which is an 8 slot board ), I never had any issues running them at 4000 / 12-12-12-28-1T tight, with 1.85V rock solid. I have them installed on my main PC ( daily ) with an I9-7980XE, and they do 4000 / 15-16-16-36-1T with 1.50V for daily use. Not playing Devil's advocat, but if you not take them ( dirt cheap price offered here ), I might consider buying them and go to a 64gb setup.
    3 points
  5. No. It is a 12c/24t processor. Not allowed to core down to fit into another category. Already in the general rules.
    3 points
  6. Either the community makes it or breaks it... Bugged stuff will be removed and users warned and/or penalized.
    3 points
  7. I've seen some great work over here. Found some old stuff on my hard drive. Hope this can bring some light on chipset and SIP, enjoy. NVIDIA.zip AMD.zip
    3 points
  8. Main site is down due to the coding creativity of one of our community members. Since it is bank holiday it will take way longer than normal to get the site back up and secure it. Expected downtime till at least friday included. If you need to check some scores, you can always try out the test server at uat.hwbot.org. Remind you it is only running on a few processor cores (thus being very slow) and does not include the latest scores from this week. Submitting on UAT is pointless as them scores will NOT be migrated to the main site once it is up. We hope to be back on Saturday
    2 points
  9. ROG MAXIMUS XIII Series 0901 Beta Bios 1. Improve system performance 2. Update microcode (0x40 version) ROG MAXIMUS XIII HERO 0901 BETA BIOS ROG-MAXIMUS-XIII-HERO-ASUS-0901.7z ROG MAXIMUS XIII APEX 0901 BETA BIOS ROG-MAXIMUS-XIII-APEX-ASUS-0901.7z ROG MAXIMUS XIII EXTREME 0901 BETA BIOS ROG-MAXIMUS-XIII-EXTREME-ASUS-0901.7z ROG MAXIMUS XIII EXTREME GLACIAL 0901 BETA BIOS ROG-MAXIMUS-XIII-EXTREME-GLACIAL-ASUS-0901.7z
    2 points
  10. I tried it. It helps a little but seems to make core stability slightly worse.
    2 points
  11. new WR at 3321Mhz core clock , almost 38k 😁, keep them coming @FireKillerGR , @phil @OGS well done ...
    2 points
  12. Passmark is used in review sites too.
    2 points
  13. I run like 2450 min clock with 2820 max clock. With 2600min and 2820max the scores are actually worse. Also if you set min clock too low that's also bad. IMO just running the 2 in lock step is wrong.
    2 points
  14. 50/48 4000mhz 12-11-11-18-180 SR 5min04.922 12-11-11-28-280 DR 5min04.422
    2 points
  15. Hey, guys I want to achieve my 700 FSB OC goal, now I get some questions, I wish the 700 FSB masters can help me. 1. I am going to use C2D E8400 or E8500 or E8600, how much FSB @ Vtt should CPU can do on air? for example, 650 FSB boot @ 1.20V Vtt? or 670 FSB boot @ 1.30V Vtt? 2. What motherboard will be good enough for 700 FSB? I saw many OCer used EP45T-EXTREME, but it's really hard to find by now. DFI P45 is great board but it can drive you mad too. 3. How much MAX FSB @ Vnb should motherboard can do on air? for example, 600 FSB boot @ 1.20V Vnb? or 630 FSB boot @ 1.30V
    1 point
  16. Nice work broπŸ‘ you need to put the card on the ss and the cpu on the chiller πŸ˜‰
    1 point
  17. Crazy cpu , awesome score amigo Sharon. Nicely done !
    1 point
  18. Great work bro! Time to sell and get new Ultimate card.. πŸ€”
    1 point
  19. Site is alive again. Though we requested the involved user to try it again just to check the new implementations done by the programmer.
    1 point
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  21. Added/corrected all besides the Cardea
    1 point
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  23. Still got 2 Gskills 4133 kits binned by Websmile and Alex@ro.... for 260 euros they are yours (without shipping)
    1 point
  24. ROG MAXIMUS XII APEX 2201 BETA BIOS ROG-MAXIMUS-XII-APEX-ASUS-2201.7z
    1 point
  25. Storage benchmarks are hardly stable in output alike eg Superpi... this might be one of those run re-run benchmarks... 2nd run is always faster here on my daily... 3rd run slower... its widely used by review sites, so can't be that bad right πŸ˜›
    1 point
  26. I'm bringing this POST up to date :-) I have used the guide in OCing the memory on my R5E BIOS 4101. This guide works on i7-5820k/5930k/5960x cpu's. Remember - If you use this guide - leave a thank you in your submissions.
    1 point
  27. My experiance with the XTXH are the same as buildzoid. I have the watercooled Ultimate but my card is stable with the 100mhz step between the min and max clock. But i tried nearly everything to get the memory more stable past 2150 mhz. The only thing i found was to increase the minimum soc voltage up to 950mv in the powertable. My memory wasn't even stable at 2130 mhz with fast timings and with the increase of the min Soc make its stable up to 2155 with fast timings, higher min voltage gave me no better results. With more powertool from igor it's no problem to edit the powertable. My exp
    1 point
  28. I reloaded to confirm, other benches have other errors too.
    1 point
  29. PBO settings don't matter when in manual overclock mode. Turn SMT off, but leave all cores enabled. Disable all unneeded devices in bios Boot and load windows at whatever all-core multiplier and voltage you can or feel comfortable with., e.g. 4.5GHz, 1.25V. For voltage, there are 2 "manual" modes, one is the full manual where the boards overrides it and you can only change from BIOS or special tools like TurboV. The other manual mode is AMD Overclocking, which can be changed from ryzen master as well. When in windows, you need to find which of your 6 cores can do 5GHz and a
    1 point
  30. So far my exp with the 6900XT Red Devil Ultimate(XTXH core) on air is: Raising min clock too much tanks both FPS and stability. Mem clock significantly above 2150 causes performance loss. Major artifacting and black screens at 2250. (I'd guess this can clear up with more Vmem, VDDCI or VSOC depending on where in the chain the errors are coming from) Even with the 1.2V limit you'll want at least a 410W power limit for FSE. So far I've just been using a power play table with a 511W power limit based on the 6900XT OCF BIOS.
    1 point
  31. great score, looking forward to see it with ln2 πŸ‘Œ
    1 point
  32. This is with the Gimped chip.. This is a totally golden chip :-) You going to pass this down the ladder when you retire?
    1 point
  33. Break into the 8 sec range soon I predict. Good going Hotrod.
    1 point
  34. (see previous comment for my results, just adding a note for volts I ran) Last couple days I ran a pair of UD3Ps and a couple Wolfdales and, at least for my chips and boards on Dry Ice, these voltages varied quite a bit from yours. Maybe I was still doing something else wrong, but with my chips on Dry Ice I had the following sweet spot voltages: Vcore: 1.66V-1.74V (depending on chip) Vtt: 1.6V-1.66V (depending on chip) Vpll: 1.35V seemed just fine cold too, saw no gain going higher at all, rather lost some frequency. Maybe there are some chips that benefit from higher PLL, but mine
    1 point
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