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That Black Edition is a monster for memory overclocking :eek:

 

How big is the difference with the regular Extreme ?

 

You know PJ, I don't have one to test anymore, but I think a lot of it is the improved IMC from the Ivy architecture. Just think of the difference from Sandy to Ivy memory clock wise.

 

Regardless every IC has been so easy to run in quad channel as long as you have decent kits. Still have BBSE to test but I think 2600 8-11-7-22 should be doable which should be very strong for any 3D benching.

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Picked up a 4930k from Microcenter Yesterday.

batch #3326B667 it did Pretty damn well

 

4.7ghz at 1.37v on a H100 Temps Sit around 65-70C Full Load with Prime

These puppies overclock better when you raise the BLCK instead of just going Multi only.

 

I Ran Prime95 for 3hours and ran 100 runs on Intel Burn test, Dont know if its 100% Stable but this is enough for me.

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...just got my 4960X 24 hrs ago, so not too much testing / setup yet...batch #3325A993 ...boots into Win7 fine at 5GHz / 1.42v...also seems to like strap 166; will do 4.833Ghz / strap 166 / DDR3 2666 Cinebench R15 at 1.38-1.4v

 

http://valid.canardpc.com/cjjxw7

 

http://valid.canardpc.com/hzu8an

 

QUESTION / Help please:

At 16GB of DDR3 2133 / DDR3 2222, VCCSA and VTT on 'auto' in RIVE use only about 1.0v to 1.05v...but at DDR3 2400 and DDR3 2666, VCCSA and VTT go up to 1.25v to 1.3v...

 

...with SB-Es / C2s anything more than 1,2v was considered quite bad for longer terms survivability by some...can't find any ""safe"" max values for VCCSA and VTT published for Ivy-E, though have seen several reviews where those can run up to 1.4v, ie w/64GB of RAM...any ideas / links ? TX !

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...just got my 4960X 24 hrs ago, so not too much testing / setup yet...batch #3325A993 ...boots into Win7 fine at 5GHz / 1.42v...also seems to like strap 166; will do 4.833Ghz / strap 166 / DDR3 2666 Cinebench R15 at 1.38-1.4v

 

http://valid.canardpc.com/cjjxw7

 

http://valid.canardpc.com/hzu8an

 

QUESTION / Help please:

At 16GB of DDR3 2133 / DDR3 2222, VCCSA and VTT on 'auto' in RIVE use only about 1.0v to 1.05v...but at DDR3 2400 and DDR3 2666, VCCSA and VTT go up to 1.25v to 1.3v...

 

...with SB-Es / C2s anything more than 1,2v was considered quite bad for longer terms survivability by some...can't find any ""safe"" max values for VCCSA and VTT published for Ivy-E, though have seen several reviews where those can run up to 1.4v, ie w/64GB of RAM...any ideas / links ? TX !

 

 

We have similar fpo/batch. (mine is 3325A911)

 

der8auer also has (had) a similar one.

 

Ours are 4930k though.

 

I can cinebench @ 4.9 with 1.38 volt watercooled.

@5Ghz i need +0.12 volt and temps are raising fast.

 

I need less than 1.2 volt (s.a.) for 3000 Mhz superpi32m

 

But every cpu (and imc) is unique and yours might need some extra voltage for high mem clocks.

 

I believe that anything under 1.20 for both vtt and sa , is supersafe.

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Thanks guys - ...started to play with some of the RIVE settings (it's early Saturday with a Pacific rain storm warning, good timing :-) )

 

...DDR3 2333 now has VTT at 1.0v and VCCSA at 1.05v with Cinebench R15 passes

 

...DDR3 2666 is what I'm working on now; 'capped' VCCSA and VTT at 1.2v in BIOS and it also passes Cinebench R15 and may have more room to lower them...while strap 166 works fine, I'm using strap 125 to dial in as I'm used to that one from tuning my RIVE Bios / SB-E

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