Discussion in 'Intel x86 CPUs and chipsets' started by kot0005, Jun 28, 2018.
Are you manual or auto rams? You know userbench changed the weighting of multicore benefit
Auto XMP II, with manual clock of 4100 MHz. Not sure if this link works, but worth a try https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/23276543
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.
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.
Does not sound right my man. 97% -99% percentile on that website is OC rams as I do. As cbjaust says ignore.
Other benchmarks will tell you if fast.
Have a look here
Try that out. Many scores above me are OC cpu higher speeds
Yeah latency is high. It's tuning
Best advice Radley. Watch what Glnn-23 does with memory tuning. So fast infact I recruited him warp9 team.
Not many dudes can best an old splave score
A lot of talent indeed. Search his posts OR ask for tips to go faster
Thanks fellas. I'll tinker with the timings a bit. I've never overclocked RAM before but this set looks very nice.
Edit: Turns out I bought them from Headin, so you know they're good https://forums.overclockers.com.au/threads/galax-hof-oc-lab-4000c19-ddr4.1258620/
Same set here Want a friendly match up rely here
Can anyone say why this set is so cheap? https://www.pccasegear.com/products/48276/g-skill-ripjaws-v-32gb-4x8gb-4000mhz-cl18-ddr4 Timings could be tighter, but seems like a good alternative to mine if I'm not going to push the RAM OC.
Judging from timing it is most likely CJR hence the price is cheap.
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
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?
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.
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?
Might be a good idea to drill a few speed holes
$482 for a new 9900k if anyone needs an upgrade on Z390 so cheap.
Tempted af, To upgrade from my 6700k or to wait abit longer hrmm