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    Default Re: Mushkin XP 998679 DDR3 3x2GB 1600Mhz Stability Testing and Review

    Thanks for looking into this guys.

    I dont think Ill need to RMA, they clock very well.
    The Radioactive kit finally came in the mail. They also clock extremely well on this MSI XPower board. I am enjoying the new ram a lot.
    This is a horrible clocking 950, vcore is pretty high.


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    Default Re: Mushkin XP 998679 DDR3 3x2GB 1600Mhz Stability Testing and Review

    Awesome clocks man!!

    Nice uncore speed too!

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    Thank you.

    This ram is a lot of fun to play with, they clock much better than I had expected. I havent tried them on the UD7 yet, when I get a chance Ill install that board and see how they do. Its really nice to get this kind of performance from a kit at such a reasonable price.
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    XSPC rx360, mcp655, apogee XT, ek multioption res150, scythe 133cfm's
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    Default Re: Mushkin XP 998679 DDR3 3x2GB 1600Mhz Stability Testing and Review

    I agree, I have the 2000Mhz set though, but I do know what you mean for sure you can do all kinds of crazy stuff with them!! I think it's cause they're radioactive

    I'll have a review up on those shortly

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    I havent used the UD7 in a couple months. Thought Id try the Mushkin ram in it and to see what it would do in 32m. Im on water and vcore is waaaay high, suprisingly the chip is still working after months of this kind of torture.
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    MSI X58 XPower
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    Mushkin Radioactive 1600 c6 @1000mhz 6 9 6 24

    XSPC rx360, mcp655, apogee XT, ek multioption res150, scythe 133cfm's
    HD5870
    Corsair AX1200

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    Another run.
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    MSI X58 XPower
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    Mushkin Radioactive 1600 c6 @1000mhz 6 9 6 24

    XSPC rx360, mcp655, apogee XT, ek multioption res150, scythe 133cfm's
    HD5870
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    Default Re: Mushkin XP 998679 DDR3 3x2GB 1600Mhz Stability Testing and Review

    Last one.
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    MSI X58 XPower
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    Mushkin Radioactive 1600 c6 @1000mhz 6 9 6 24

    XSPC rx360, mcp655, apogee XT, ek multioption res150, scythe 133cfm's
    HD5870
    Corsair AX1200

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    Default Re: Mushkin XP 998679 DDR3 3x2GB 1600Mhz Stability Testing and Review

    This kit does well on the UD7, this time was just testing bclk without slowmode with the new bios.
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    MSI X58 XPower
    i7-950
    Mushkin Radioactive 1600 c6 @1000mhz 6 9 6 24

    XSPC rx360, mcp655, apogee XT, ek multioption res150, scythe 133cfm's
    HD5870
    Corsair AX1200

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    Default Re: Mushkin XP 998679 DDR3 3x2GB 1600Mhz Stability Testing and Review

    Nice clocks man!

    Can you push the uncore any higher, that would help things.

    And hey, for Bclk, the key voltage is not Vcore it's QPI/Vtt voltage!

    So no need to push crazy vcore just to get there, just use more QPI/Vtt (1.45-1.57 should get you plenty of Bclk), and of course PCIE Freq 106-115 can help at lot too.

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    Default Re: Mushkin XP 998679 DDR3 3x2GB 1600Mhz Stability Testing and Review

    Thanks!

    Got the vcore down and uncore higher. Im trying to get the hang of this, normally I run Linx to test max stable oc. Benching 32m is fairly new to me, but Im starting to like it. I was able to get uncore to run 4600, score was better than my previous 4.8ghz run
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    MSI X58 XPower
    i7-950
    Mushkin Radioactive 1600 c6 @1000mhz 6 9 6 24

    XSPC rx360, mcp655, apogee XT, ek multioption res150, scythe 133cfm's
    HD5870
    Corsair AX1200

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