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  1. All sold, please close.
  2. On Giga P45 the straps do perform quite a big different.
  3. Well the EP45T-Extreme definitely has this bug.
  4. Price drop, £30.
  5. 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:
  6. 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:
  7. Any of the Intel CPU (and all GPU) DDR stages, due to the Asrock boards and 775 CPUs. Edit 1: Nvm, I'm an idiot for three reasons: listened to Yos (what a mistake, haha), the restrictions weren't showing on the comp pages yet, and I didn't actually mean socket adaptors. So what I really wanted to ask was if the Asrocks boards that do silly things like DDR1 on 775, or DDR3 on 1151 are allowed? Edit 2: Moving the start date to the 1st gives two full months as per normal, so I don't see why not tbh.
  8. It seemed that cold scaling was down to individual sticks regardless of bin, IC, or PCB in my testing. However, my LN2 results seem to show that my 8117 sticks did 2800C6 at lower volts than ST PCB despite similar phase scaling.
  9. 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.
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