*Official* NBR Desktop Overclocker's Lounge [laptop owners welcome, too]

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  1. Mr. Fox

    Mr. Fox BGA Filth-Hating Elitist

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    iunlock 7980XE @ 5.4GHz

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    Here you go @Robbo99999 :)

    4400MHz @ 16-16-16-28!

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    Check out the 34ns Latency... crazy right? - And the 60K+ Copy Speeds.... on other runs I've hit 67K on Read/Write and 34.0nz on the dot for Lat.

    Very tedious as it took a long long time tuning this kit, but wow it sure is rewarding...
     

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    Mr. Fox BGA Filth-Hating Elitist

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    Nice results. Were you able to boot that on the X299 Dark? If so, dual or quad channel?

    I am able to boot my Corsair RAM at 4400MHz using "auto" timings, but it is not bench-stable and sometimes will not load Windows above 4200MHz.
     
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    iunlock 7980XE @ 5.4GHz

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    Thanks. Haven't tried on the x299 yet, but hopefully tomorrow. This was dual on the Z390.

    It took forever to get it to stick. I've ran some stock benches just to see if it completes and so far so good.

    I've tried to post 4700 and 4800 for giggles...it's right at the verge of training I feel, but haven't gotten into windows yet.
     
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    Damn, I like that! That would be super good for high refresh rate gaming, I know RAM can make a difference for things like my 6700K, does it make a difference to your 9900K for fps and benchmark scores? And what RAM voltage are you at, are you comfortable leaving that as the daily driver?
     
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    I have been trying different drivers to see which one is the most efficient as it would seem that 1 driver does not seem to fit all.

    Also, I fixed that other score as well.
     
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    iunlock 7980XE @ 5.4GHz

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    I'm hoping for daily driver settings and to stay ~1.50v range. Both of my kits 4400 and 4600 post at 1.45v, which is crazy. As for games 100% you're right..they do indeed make a difference.... it's really exciting to be tuning RAM, which is often a very overlooked part of OC'ing..
     
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    Interesting. I am assuming you mean the GeForce driver version? Or, are you referring to MEI or Chipset drivers?

    I have wondered about the GeForce drivers. Since I moved from 1080 Ti to 2080 Ti, it seems to have degraded my Physics performance a little bit, but I did not know for sure if it was me imagining things or something else. I saw you were using 388 drivers for 1080 Ti. The oldest 2080 Ti driver (first release) is 411.63. Maybe I should test that and see if it moves the needle up or down on the Physics and Combined scores with 2080 Ti.

    They added quite an extra payload of stuff (most of which is fluff/junk as far as I am concerned) with RTX cards for supporting new gamer-kids features. If that is real rather than imagined on my part, it might be something relating to the ray-tracing and DLSS and virtual reality features.
     
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