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Old 17-05-2009, 03:30 PM   #9
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What kind of vtt are you needing for the top speeds you are seeing? And how high can you go with 8 threads?
every screen shot has the VTT listed in it. bottom left corner E-LEET is open with what is set in the BIOS for voltages.

haven't had the sticks long enough to test more than what is posted...you obviously didn't read the report and just skimmed the photos . no worries, i do the same, i won't hold it against you
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Old 17-05-2009, 04:32 PM   #10
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LOL totally missed the links there....thanks for the heads up.
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Old 18-05-2009, 02:34 AM   #11
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Awesome work Jody, always love your memory work (photo + photo composition included)

Glad to hear you're near 100% healed too. Single 32M still has it's place too especially when it comes to Elpida Hyper in case of the single 32M issue.

Interesting to later see the difference between max memory clocks for:

cpu air + memory air cooled
vs
cpu air + memory TEC cooled
vs
cpu water + memory air cooled
vs
cpu sub zero + memory air cooled

I shall if time is permitting and i need a new evap mount from Kayl for 1366 with my 1/4HP SS should have results for the latter 3 configurations
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Old 18-05-2009, 04:14 AM   #12
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thanks George, i really appreciate it.

what is interesting is the Classified has absolutely no single 32M issues, while the regular EVGA X58 does. so motherboard, i'm assuming trace length/design, plays a role in that issue. perhaps it is just default values in BIOS as well. either way, no monkeying around with the Classified and Elpida Hyper...drop them in and run.

i would really like to see some empirical data on how cold affects the IMC. i mean, i know it does, particularly uncore, which might be the only thing being held back with the CPU on air. with the stoopid uncore ratios we are afforded though, we'll never know. still some concrete numbers would be interesting. i might end up getting around to it too, now that i have my SS up and running and a kit of memory that can actually push an IMC.
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Old 18-05-2009, 05:02 AM   #13
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Excellent write up and pics man. Those are certainly impressive numbers

Interesting that your voltage tops out at 1.85v. On X48 (REX) optimal voltages were 1.88v. Very close... I wonder if thats where elpida hyper generally stop responding to more vdimm? I dont have any other kits to check, but I know george's GT's took up to 2.1v... Anyone else have some numbers they can chime in with (voltage at which ram doesnt scale further)?
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Old 18-05-2009, 05:18 AM   #14
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Excellent write up and pics man. Those are certainly impressive numbers

Interesting that your voltage tops out at 1.85v.
thanks Jamie...but no one said they topped out at 1.85v , i stopped at 1.85v. at some point i will go higher with volts but for OC Reports, i like to keep the voltage within reason.

what really sucks though is that with the 920, these memory clocks mean nothing. the highest i will be able to run the memory, with the CPU maxed, is 1000MHz at absolute most. sure they run 7-7-6 at 1000MHz easy, but 32M at 1120MHz 7-8-7 would be better

i'm sure i can get 6-7-6 to clock to 1000MHz with a touch more voltage, and to be honest, most 3D with this 920 will be done with memory at 980 range anyway, but dammit i want 32M at 1100MHz+ 7-8-7 with the CPU maxed.
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Old 18-05-2009, 07:12 AM   #15
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but dammit i want 32M at 1100MHz+ 7-8-7 with the CPU maxed.



Thanks for sharing Jody , great OC Report. Looking forward to more results and investigation on cas 6 latency , very interesting Kit of Ram .

@ Jamie - My Corsair Dominator GT 2000 cas7 - They stopped responding to voltages around 2.0v in my findings they max out on RIIE 1088 - 7-7-6-18 1T tight subs on i7 965.
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Old 12-06-2009, 07:13 AM   #16
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small update with some recent results to the benchmarking section...
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This will be my "results" page if you will, for benchmarks with this memory. Only the good stuff, nothing weak is going to the rim here. Check back often, something tells me this kit is going to be busy

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