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well my old board that had the 1080Ti was 1366? 

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1 minute ago, Alienware 15 R2 said:

well my old board that had the 1080Ti was 1366? 

1366 is X58, so yeah, I'd count that.

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Ok we need to set some rules here.

 

Can it run Crysis? Yes? TOO NEW!

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6 minutes ago, Bitter said:

Ok we need to set some rules here.

 

Can it run Crysis? Yes? TOO NEW!

Ok here me out. what about if it can run crysis but really terribly and choppy? plus what about mods?

 

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11 minutes ago, Bitter said:

Ok we need to set some rules here.

 

Can it run Crysis? Yes? TOO NEW!

But my Pentium 4 can run supposedly run Crysis...

 

Thanks for that, by the way 🙂

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11 hours ago, Alienware 15 R2 said:

So here’s my build. GTX 1080Ti Gigabyte model. X5690 @2.9Ghz 6 cores and 12 threads. ASUS rampage II gene with 6 sticks of memory (I think that makes it 6 channel memory) each 4 Gb. I also use the Same HiPRO 700W PSU that came with my old Alienware.

I read in ASUS Rampage II GENE user's manual. It supports up to 3 channel memory.

 

https://www.asus.com/uk/supportonly/Rampage II Gene/HelpDesk_Manual/

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2 minutes ago, Alienware 15 R2 said:

it has six slots though right? 3 channel memory is like 3 sticks right?

RAM slots = RAM channels.

The CPU designates RAM channel count. I have a Ryzen 5 3600 with 2 RAM channels, and 4 RAM sticks. It runs in dual channel.

Someone could probably make an AM4 motherboard with 24 RAM slots. The RAM would still run in dual channel.

You can also have octo-channel RAM with 2 slots, etc.

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so its still triple channel? aww man, i cant flex on my dads area 51m having dual channel.

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Just now, Alienware 15 R2 said:

so its still triple channel? aww man, i cant flex on my dads area 51m having dual channel.

Triple channel > dual channel, and triple channel is rare, I believe.

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1 hour ago, FakeKGB said:

Triple channel > dual channel, and triple channel is rare, I believe.

Why don’t they have it anymore? That was the best type of memory configurations that I’ve heard of. Maybe quad channel but that’s for very high end ones. I still can’t believe intel went to 4 cores and 8 threads instead of 6 cores and 12 threads. Plus the socket they used LGA 1366 was for servers and high end users.

 

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9 minutes ago, Alienware 15 R2 said:

I still can’t believe intel went to 4 cores and 8 threads instead of 6 cores and 12 threads

Well they did, briefly...

Still have my i7-970 from 2010, 6C12T AND triple-channel 😛 

Got 6x4GB in it. 

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With DDR4's increase in bandwidth it wasn't beneficial most of the time anymore and it made the boards and CPU more expensive and difficult to produce. You need a lot more traces and contacts for 3 channel memory.

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8 minutes ago, Kilrah said:

Well they did, briefly...

Still have my i7-970 from 2010, 6C12T AND triple-channel 😛 

Got 6x4GB in it. 

So do you guys know how to underclock it per say? What i mean is instead of tuning it in the ASUS BIOS for OC'ing, I wanna make it cooler and slower but not too slow.

I have a 120MM Rosewill Radiator with an ANTEC fan attached to it using MOLEX cables and it keeps its cool at 92F but can I get it lower? Plus my case has a fan on the side panel thats made for the GPU's and also maybe the Northbridge?

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6 minutes ago, Bitter said:

With DDR4's increase in bandwidth it wasn't beneficial most of the time anymore and it made the boards and CPU more expensive and difficult to produce. You need a lot more traces and contacts for 3 channel memory.

Makes sense but can you imagine though? 4000+Mhz RAM sticks and they're in triple channel providing the bandwidth of 50Gbps for each channel. that would be crazy alongside multiple GPU's. (I know SLI died years ago but my dual GTX 690 build says otherwise.)

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4 hours ago, Kilrah said:

Well they did, briefly...

Still have my i7-970 from 2010, 6C12T AND triple-channel 😛 

Got 6x4GB in it. 

Yep have a i7 980 here. It's a beast. Max clocked at 5.2ghz 🙂 

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2 hours ago, ShrimpBrime said:

Yep have a i7 980 here. It's a beast. Max clocked at 5.2ghz 🙂 

Hey so what’s the most powerfulest cpu of LGA 1366 and LGA 771? I have a X5690 for the 1366 and the QX9775 for 771.

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Those would be them. My X5690 E.S. only does 4800.. with 1.6v.. air cooled. I need some of that cold stuff ShrimpBrime has so I can see what she can really do.. The LN2 jumper is already enabled 😄

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1 minute ago, freeagent said:

Those would be them. My X5690 E.S. only does 4800.. with 1.6v.. air cooled. I need some of that cold stuff ShrimpBrime has so I can see what she can really do.. The LN2 jumper is already enabled 😄

Oh, I uhh... don’t know how yours got to 4800? Mine said on intel website a 3.7Ghz turbo at max.

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21 minutes ago, Alienware 15 R2 said:

Oh, I uhh... don’t know how yours got to 4800? Mine said on intel website a 3.7Ghz turbo at max.

200x24 1.6v 👍

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My Xeon X3470 does a solid 4.0Ghz on water meant for a Pentium 4, it's basically a Xeon i7 870. Sadly the Gigabyte board I have, while having excellent VRM cooling is limited in ram speeds and just will not post over 1600mhz despite me running 1866 memory in there. I know I could get a little more than 4.0 out of it but it's nearly thermally throttling on the 200W water block at over 300W power consumption. Thankgoodness for the good Lotes socket.

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Had to blow off the dust 😜

 

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12 minutes ago, freeagent said:

Had to blow off the dust 😜

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Why?

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4 minutes ago, HelpfulTechWizard said:

Why?

 

Well.. Front 3 are intake, top front keeps air from front in case, also cools ram before going though the cooler. Back rear are exhaust.. I know what you are thinking.. there is no warm air loop. The shear volume of air being moved doesn't have time to sit there and warm up 😄 

 

If I was running dinky little 30-50cfm fans I probably wouldn't do that, but I would be tempted to try 👍

 

There is a few hundred CFM moving through that little Meshify when its time to work.. Its not quiet 🤫

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8 hours ago, freeagent said:

Well.. Front 3 are intake, top front keeps air from front in case, also cools ram before going though the cooler. Back rear are exhaust.. I know what you are thinking.. there is no warm air loop. The shear volume of air being moved doesn't have time to sit there and warm up 😄 

 

If I was running dinky little 30-50cfm fans I probably wouldn't do that, but I would be tempted to try 👍

 

There is a few hundred CFM moving through that little Meshify when its time to work.. Its not quiet 🤫

Yeah, Id suggest just having h top 2 exhaust.  r ight now its definitely a high pressure.

please, pm me if you would like to contribute to my gpu bios database (includes overclocking bios, stock bios, and upgrades to gpus via modding)

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