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I will get a pair of it for sure:) nice loud as ever....so whats the max temp that they work well under cold???again nice result, congrats...now we are waiting for xtu score;)

 

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That's great....u did it, or dinos??? Because seems a dinos' screen....same position of pi calcutation is done, same 640maxmem!!

Ahahahah maybe is the aussie style;)

 

Anyway, good job man;)

 

 

"same 640maxmem"

What gives this away, is it the last loop?

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"same 640maxmem"

What gives this away, is it the last loop?

 

I believe it's the numbers at the top of the Pi window:

 

Real Memory:

Available Real Memory:

Allocated Memory:

 

If you convert Sofos' Real Memory number from Bytes to Megabytes, it ends up being 670.6MB.

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Guest barbonenet
"same 640maxmem"

What gives this away, is it the last loop?

Yep, u can read the maxmem setting in the first line of spi window!

 

I dont know how convert it in MB, but if u set maxmem 640, u will get the same real memory......

 

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U need xp, and u will be under already;)

 

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6m01.640s3qkti.jpg

 

Hmm..

Maybe i need a new XP Install.. this XP is my old Z97 OCF Installation.

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Hmm..

Maybe i need a new XP Install.. this XP is my old Z97 OCF Installation.

 

Always use a fresh install, well every few days for me depending on ow mem oc is behaving. Even with all OS tweaks, a good CW/MaxMem ratio and fast start to Eram 3733c12 will be tough to get under 6 min mark. Well for me at least.... 3866c12 mid-high to high 59's was doable though

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Always use a fresh install, well every few days for me depending on ow mem oc is behaving. Even with all OS tweaks, a good CW/MaxMem ratio and fast start to Eram 3733c12 will be tough to get under 6 min mark. Well for me at least.... 3866c12 mid-high to high 59's was doable though

 

Hmm ok, how about 4000C12. :D

pi32m-2000cl12ltxou.png

 

I'll try 3866CL12 next. :) What voltage is "safe" for the E-Die@Air? 2.0v?

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Hmm ok, how about 4000C12. :D

pi32m-2000cl12ltxou.png

 

I'll try 3866CL12 next. :) What voltage is "safe" for the E-Die@Air? 2.0v?

Mine after 2.15v doesnt boot anymore.....they have a limits, after this u cant go;)

 

Keep working on xp......u should do 58.xxx, tight the timings

 

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how many sticks did u try?

 

Also for future we post SPD and mobo tab too :) I'm sure you will get a better run if you keep trying.

 

Keep pushing!

 

I'll keep the tabs in mind from next time.

 

6 sticks tried. Originally bought 8, but 1 set was DOA. Gskill QA FTW. [emoji25]

 

Gonna freeze some MFR for fun (I know useless), tired of this B-die.

 

I spent a lot of time on this B-die & I am sure they are maxed out. Needs more binning.

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Mine after 2.15v doesnt boot anymore.....they have a limits, after this u cant go;)

 

Keep working on xp......u should do 58.xxx, tight the timings

 

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Finally a sub 6min result. ;)

 

http://hwbot.org/submission/3094168_

 

5m59.734s-cpuzvisiv.jpg

 

This setting needs 1.95v VDimm.

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Finally a sub 6min result. ;)

 

http://hwbot.org/submission/3094168_

 

5m59.734s-cpuzvisiv.jpg

 

This setting needs 1.95v VDimm.

Congrats....great gskill 3200;)

Next step B-die.....but keep working on your alpha, u can do 5.58.2xx ;)

 

2core and 5ghz cache

 

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It is hard for me to get a better result. :confused:

 

4000 12-19-19-28 1T @1.95v (E-Die)

5m58.907sn3x14.jpg

 

Next i'll lower some Subtimings and try again. :)

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