ML120 fans are high pressure fans best suited for use on radiators.
IF = 1/2 DRAM, all will do 1800, some will do 1900-2000 IF
My ML's on the same Fractal AIO hardly spin up at all, handy being able to wack it into PWM mode for benchmarks etc.
I think we're running a very similar system, I think I could get more if I punched the volts up but probably not worth.
Pretty tempted to give...
Found a picture of the dell online.
Dell's are rumored to be shipping with PNY cards, I have one and it's a reference 2x8pin model.
Not sure if they're using the same cooling...
I haven't been willing to push the volts that high, my chip crashes at anything more than 4700 @ 1.35v.
Testing I was seeing about a 110ish point...
What kit did you get? My 3000c14 kit doesn't like anything better than 3600c16
Fucking paper launches should be outlawed.
Yer, I'm undervolting for daily driver, 1950mhz @.9v
Boost clocks in Port Royal are about the same with no real additional headroom.
Synthetics like Furmark hold the higher clocks, but no reflection...
Worked but no difference in performance, still hard limited by 2x8pins I think.
Tried to update to the similar version on my card that has a 350w limit rather than 320w.
Just ended up in a driver reset loop that wouldn't...
Yer maxing out at 85c, still not bad for "only" a B550 ITX board in a 19L case.
This is about it for my chip / memory
5211 - Ska' - Ryzen 5950x - 4700mhz, 1.35v - ASUS B550-I - G-Skill 32gb 3600mhz, 16-16-16-39 - Fractal...
Doing some testing with different volts & PBO set to 300,230,230 with my 5950x.
Basically, the lower you go, the higher the multiplier that the...
You still need a CPU in for most bios flashbacks to work I think.
I think it's b-die, it's this kit...
My old 2x8gb kit did, but this 2x16gb kit doesn't seem to like overclocking.
Memory fails stress testing after about 2min at 3600c16.
Was thinking the same with my 3000mhz 14-14-14-36 kit, but looks like even a 3600 c16 kit that's the norm these days won't be any better.