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    Hey stasio, here's some wild looking 3000 RAM for you:
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    Not maxed out yet (I hope) , still playing but here's recent Fire Strike score:
    AMD Radeon HD 7950 video card benchmark result - Intel Core i7-4770K,Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd. Z87X-UD5H-CF

    It appears what these cards lack in core speed (compared to my previous ones) they make up in memory OC.
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    looks good boon

    I couldn't clock the memory much above 1600mhz till I fitted the accelero cooler and all the tiny heatsinks for the vrm's,now I can do 1700mhz without touching memory voltage
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    Quote Originally Posted by boondocks View Post
    Hey stasio, here's some wild looking 3000 RAM for you:


    Dig those heat sinks!
    Picture from TT article.
    Yea,I saw last week.
    I paid my G.Skill 2933 and now waiting for delivery.
    For this kit cost must be arround USD650-700......
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    Get the fire extinguisher out... 2933

    Not fully stable yet but first run at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    looks good boon

    I couldn't clock the memory much above 1600mhz till I fitted the accelero cooler and all the tiny heatsinks for the vrm's,now I can do 1700mhz without touching memory voltage
    Looking like I'm not going to make 1600 with these cards...but I can still raise the core so I might get some higher scores yet.
    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    Yea,I saw last week.
    I paid my G.Skill 2933 and now waiting for delivery.
    For this kit cost must be arround USD650-700......
    Newegg.com - Computer Hardware, Memory, Desktop Memory, DDR3 3000 (PC3 24000)
    Yeeaow, lots of money for RAM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boondocks View Post
    Yeeaow, lots of money for RAM.
    Yea,for one 3000 memory kit 2x4GB,you can buy 2 good motherboards.....
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    TeamAU profiles for GIGABYTE Z87X-OC X01 BIOS only.

    PSC AIR, PSC LN2, Corsair Samsung ICs. Copy on USB stick and load profile and BIOS

    GigabyteZ87XOCX01biosTeamAU testing profiles.rar

    Here are the testing notes also placed in the zip file

    WARNING: Volts being suggested can be very high and could lead to hardware failure. We take no responsibility for hardware failure it may cause. These are the settings we normally test with and have not had any failures but it does not mean it is safe so use it at own risk!

    I just want to say something before i get on with this information. Please use this as a guide. Don't assume it will work for you, it probably will but it might not and it would require some work on your part to troubleshoot and work out how to get the most out of your setup.


    > Some CPUs/IMCs will need different voltage for VIOA and VIOD so this is something you need to work out on your own. Get to a frequency in OS that is close to the edge of stability and tune volts with GTL (Gigabyte Tweak Launcher) software. PSC ram generally likes little volts added so try VSA +0.05 first and bump as far as +0.3 on air. VIO i tend to go as high as +0.35 on air and it scales in some instances.

    > You may need subzero on some CPUs to get the most out of RAM but in most insances you should be able to make the RAM out with CPU running on air or water. I tend to do most of my pretesting with CPU on Corsair H50 water cooler

    > Use a high speed fan as volts are pretty high on ram and other settings

    > Please note that I use an Advanced Timing setup so you have to adjust timings on BOTH channel A and B!!!

    > Be mindful that RTL settings change with different RAM ratios (they tighten with lower ratios and loosen with higher) if you do not get the RTL perfect you will not be able to boot) The bios will normally pick the correct RTL values so i usually start with AUTO and then set specific values that are meant to work. The other think you need to be mindful that difference CAS latency will also set different RTLs (lower Cas sets tighter RTL). Channel A and B cannot have the same RTL set, channel B must always be +1. For example, with 26.00 ratio and PSC on CAS8 the correct RTL level should be 40/41. If you get CAS7 working, the correct RTL will be 38/39, CAS6 is 36/37 etc. Sometimes you will get a whacky RTL when bios auto tunes timings hence there is an option to set it and you should always set it in final benching.

    > I normally have multiple profiles for some IC as you sometimes have to OC in stages to reach max clock. I also like having a reference point in case the rig gets unstable

    > There are two key areas which will probably require most of the tweaking to get the most out of your ram, RTLs, IOLs and these tertiary timings (tRDRD_dr, tRDRD_dd, tWRWR_dr, tWRWR_dd). Use AUTO settings to tune if you start getting stuck and then start setting them and checking stability in windows

    > Be patient with bios boot cycles. Don't clear cmos too fast or stop if it looks like it is in a boot loop. Sometimes bclock training can take a minute, just let the bios do it's thing and let you know where it's at. Sometimes you will get a fail OC and if you just go back into bios, save and exit it will actually boot up and be stable in windows. Something to keep in mind.

    > PSC profiles I have are mainly based on some patriot kit i was testing. YOu may find your RAM needs full retuning but give these a go

    *PSC Air Profile*
    -frequency is high for some RAM so you can try backing off to a lower ratio or bclock.
    -please note that IOL is set to 4 and some RAM won't be able to handle that.
    -TRRSR(TRDRD) is set to 4 as some of the RAM i test with mostly is able to handle it. most sticks will require 5
    -volts are pretty high and may be too high for some PSC or BBSE. Most ram has a specific range it likes. I have some PSCs that will not like more than 1.8vdimm on air and even on LN2. Be mindful of that
    -VIO volts can impact on stability once you start increasing frequency on ram. Some combinations of hardware require AUTO settings, others need a slight bump to +0.05 but other configurations may need as high as +0.35. These two volts will also impact on efficiency of RAM and if you get the values wrong you could be passing frequency but be slow in benchmarks such as superpi.
    -test difference VSA settings. I tend to always start with +0.23 but have found instances where RAM was more stable with less volts such as some PSC that likes +0.05-0.1 and others that need +0.3(like one of my BBSE sticks)

    *PSC LN2 Profile*
    -RAM testing subzero has a lot of complications. You must measure the temp properly first of all and what i normally do is insert a temp probe between RAM PCB and heatsink.
    -Don't freeze RAM and then let it warm up and let ice melt or you are looking for trouble
    -Insulate the board properly, do not use grease in RAM slots you will OC with. Normally i don't grease orange slots but some prefer to use black. I do use grease in black slots because moisture very quickly makes the rig unstable and you will see it manifest with general instability or rig just cutting out as if a power cord was pulled etc
    - Memory will need to retrain when it gets subzero. Some ram will retrain at 0C and some at -40C. I tend to try and check the CB of RAM also once i do train as you will have memory that will not run very cold for best results. Corsair Dominators hate going past -32 to -35C while Vengeance sticks with samsung ICs will go to -48C without an issue or slowdowns. PSC generally tend to like full pot but not all sticks so something to check and slowly build up.

    *Corsair Samsung ICs*
    (like Dominator Platinum, some Vengeance ram also). It might also be ok on Gskill 2600 Samsung based ICs, possibly other vendors too.
    So far this ram has all had a fairly low cold bug around -30 to -35 on Corsair Dominators and anotther 10C lower on Vengeance. yet to test GSkill. Not a great deal of scaling on cold but there is some with corsairs. You have to get your voltage right. Timings worked fine on both kits so they should be pretty similar.

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    Start to play with 4.6 GHz........day time (amb 33C) temp on the brick........

    Waiting for one more 4770K and one will be delidded,for sure......







    Still waiting for my DDR3-2933........(newegg send first delivery on wrong address)......

    Quote Originally Posted by Acebmxer View Post
    Get the fire extinguisher out... 2933

    Not fully stable yet but first run at it.
    Ace,nice one.....
    My set of same ram is samsung IC.
    Try to increase VSA and slightly VIOA & VIOD.
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    At least my 2933 memory came today.......



    Some results.....not tweaked yet...DDR3-3000......(no time,atm)



    Last edited by stasio; 08-15-2013 at 10:20 PM.
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