Super Pi 32M 4Ghz efficiency thread

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Hardware' started by sskmercer, Mar 19, 2008.

  1. Bullants

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    Thanks Rob :thumbup:
     
  2. robbo2

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    Does Jimba still run this thread :lol:
     
  3. zeropluszero

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    I run all the others, should just take this too.
     
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    Doesn't Scott?
     
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    :pMaybe if someone followed the formatting it would be easier:p.

    On a side note a little slack I know, just wish work didn't block images argh......
     
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    Nice run man!
     
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    Nice work. 4000c12 nice sticks.
     
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    Thanks Robbo and Paulie.

    Paulie, they are not 4000 sticks, they are 3600mhz c16 sticks.
     
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    Thanks mate, yeah they really are good sticks haha!!
    I have managed to finally get it to pass training at 3866c12 1T, and 4000 c13, but the boards bios still needs improving, as some of the timings it trains them at aren't the best.
     
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    So much pain, but got there in the end. Tried higher but no dice, and the Impact just isn't playing ball ATM.


    headin2001 - 7m18.484s - 6700K - RAM 1934.8mhz - 12-12-12-28 1T 220 - Samsung B-Die 1.9v (real) - AIR/Water - Asrock Z170M OC Formula

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    Nice work man.
    My OS is still toast, 4000 12-12-12 tight on my ln2 board is scoring 7.18.3xx at best, so no idea what I'm doing wrong.
     
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    Thanks Matt, been trying for more but there just isn't anymore to give from these.

    Change any sub-timing and fail, voltage=fail, rtl=fail. Wish for 4k to pass. Few more things to try for stability and then might have a chance.

    Also tried the same on the Impact board.......I gave up in a fit of RAGE!!! More time I might get it them to work, but I'd had enough of seeing 55 codes.
     
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    Only thing I can think of is what I've already told you, a much higher VSA & VIO, I think you were middling around 1.25-1.35 you said?
    punch it to 1.4 on each, maybe a bit over and see if you can get it to boot.
    Even try booting basic timings, 4000 12-12-12-28 1T, trfc240, twcl10, tfaw16, trefi 65535. See if you can get that to boot, and pass 32M with waza, once you're there, try booting some tighter timings and see if they run.

    I had a weird thing where if I set tRDRD_sg manually to 8 = boot, set to 7 = 55, but leave it auto and it was setting 7 anyway when it posted into xp.
    this setting worked fine on soc force board, but just a little nuance.
    I'm noticing that you can leave a fair few settings at auto and they stay tight when displayed in timing configurator, but not sure if this is a giga thing.

    where these sticks you bought pre-binned b-die? have you verified that they can do 4K w/ waza by someone else?
     
  17. Bullants

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    Managed to test some team group memory today

    Bullant - 7M 17.125 {i7-6700K}, B-Die @ 4000-12-11-11-28-240-1T,Asrock OCFM water,Air

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    nice!

    Are the team group b die also samsung IC?

    Would check but posting from phone, which is painfully slow!
     
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    Samsung name their memory IC's with (letter)-die
     
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    Yeah these are Samsung b die
     

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