Z390chipset, i9 9900k i79700k and i5

Discussion in 'Intel x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by kot0005, Jun 28, 2018.

  1. shane41

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    Are you manual or auto rams? You know userbench changed the weighting of multicore benefit
     
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    First of all userbench.com can just fuck right off don't even bother. Do a search on hwbot on SuperPi 32M and select your CPU and RAM frequency and compare to your own result. This search swith CPU <= 5000MHz and MEM <= 2000MHz returns one result.

    Get SuperPI via Benchmate from benchmate.org

    Somebody might try stock settings on the abomination of a site mentioned earlier, however hwbot has a more diverse and neutral results database.
     
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    It's not really the results that I'm after, I'm just trying to figure out if the error it reported is legit and I can optimise performance by adjusting the number of channels in BIOS.
     
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    What's CJR?
     
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    Hynix CJR, one of the latest DDR4 IC from Hynix with great OC potential though timings are no where near as tight as good Samsung bdie it is a great IC for a budget kit just like the Micron E die which takes memory clock WR (C9BJZ variant). Just google it :cool:
     
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    Just added 2 extra dimms and wow getting 5ghz stable is painful now compared to just 2.

    Slowly creeping up my memory voltage. What's highest people would go for every day use?
     
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    Planning on getting an i9-9900k or kf or just i9-9900 and pairing it with ASrock b365M pro 4.

    This is my attempt to vram cool, as this is the boards weakness. Cooling with a Noctua 12B redux connected to the motherboard. This thing is supper quiet.

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    I can run mine 5.2 daily driver with no issues and that was with either 4 GSkill Trident Z or 2 x Galax HoF. The Galax runs quite a high voltage with XMP at 1.45 v and I don't want to go any higher.
    Where are you drawing the cool air from?
     
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    The gap :)
     
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    Might be a good idea to drill a few speed holes :)
     
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