Clevo Overclocker's Lounge

Discussion in 'Sager/Clevo Reviews & Owners' Lounges' started by Spartan, Mar 4, 2016.

  1. jc_denton

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    Speed of the process depends on how hot the heatsink gets and the amount of thermal cycles. I went through 2x1g tubes for both heatsinks, as you want to remove old gunk and apply fresh. So that the surface remains level as @Papusan mentioned earlier.

    On a side note, even 3800mhz rated sticks will be a challenge to get to above 3333Mhz, as broher @Johnksss has shown in the past.
    But who else can run 2̶4̶0̶0̶m̶h̶z̶ 3200Mhz CL12-12-12-24 in laptop? :D
     
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    john was playing around with corsair 3600 sticks iirc :)

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    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Woot chemistry and physics ;) you can guarantee pretty much any purely physical process (eg no enzymes) is going to speed up with temperature.
     
  4. jc_denton

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    Corsair 3800Mhz CL18 from the looks of it.
    http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads/clevo-overclockers-lounge.788975/page-1510#post-10672480

    I do kinda feel like a chemist now, especially after @Falkentyne showed how to cook up your own liquid metal. :p
     
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  5. Scerate

    Scerate Notebook Evangelist

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    3066 c14-17-17-43 atm looks good with 1.35v so far, just tried tweaking tRFC which seems to bit *****y on the CJRs but i will see, tCWL at 14 did post but crashed at about 700% on Karhu

    upload_2019-12-11_18-43-32.png

    Edit: well posted but errored at 7% xD
     
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    3066 CL14! How's latency in aida64 cache bench?
     
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    Scerate Notebook Evangelist

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    about 51-53ns varies a lot, maybe due to background stuff windows 10 is doing
     
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    Scerate Notebook Evangelist

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    yeah no tRFC tweaking is absolutely disgusting on hynix tRFC 520 seems stable from 525 wow what achievement but 500 crashes at about 90%, too bad tRFC is quite the performance improvement, but i think i have to reset NVRAM anyways now, cuz 1-2% instant errors with previously stable settings

    Edit: need 1.4v it seems to get over the 1000% stability mark with Karhu, i think these 3000 are already on the edge with the XMP profile. Running at 14-18-18-43 atm, personally i think it's tRC which seems to be the issue, which is coupled on intel afaik with tRAS and tRP+tRCD

    Edit2: @jc_denton i will leave it at that atm, 3000% stable should suffice for now even with 1.4v but it is what it is, i tweaked tCWL down to 14 tho if i can't touch TRP+TRCD

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    Looks good! I use 8x3500mb instances of testmem to really put some load on the imc. Not familiar with Karhu.
    Btw, I haven't found stable 3600Mhz timings yet, starting to think trace quality might be sketchy at this speed. As only certain voltages and primaries train so far. Will have to do more testing.
     
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