[Show off], 4400MHZ ram stick overclock.

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  1. xiazixin

    xiazixin Well-Known Member

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    100% show off, and nothing else.
    I reach the cap in the MSI product page.
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    PenguinXeus Just A Penguin, Kigurumi Wakuseijin

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    im sorry i dont know what that mean or how amazing that is
     
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    xiazixin Well-Known Member

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    This is a rated 3000mhz ram sticks.
    Its like you overclocked 150% of the rated speed and still stable.
     
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    GrimVeilRule Dux Bellorum

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    What kind of ram/die are you using?
     
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    neogamer Cute is justice!「Maxwell 」

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    Damn that is quite awesome considering it's only 3000 ram
     
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    Wont the cpu broke down easier if overclock?
    i mean if it was possible for the company to achieved 4400mhz would not they sold it at a higher price rather than the price of 3000mhz if it was safe and stable?
     
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    https://forum.novelupdates.com/threads/micron-rev-e-die-c9bjz-memories-overclocking-potential.96062/
    This one, crucial ballistix sports white.
    Totally, if I have a better motherboard I could go much higher.

    It really will, my Imc voltage SA is at 1.46v which is 0.06v higher than the intel rated voltage. Partly due to the fact that I got a really bad cpu.
    https://forum.novelupdates.com/threads/im-done-with-this-shitty-chips.92006/
    This is ram sticks, and ram sticks usually have life time warranty.
    https://forum.novelupdates.com/threads/overclocking-ram-sticks.93284/
    So if it breaks just replace them. And they don't usually breaks, overclocking them just make them unstable. And I make them really stable with 500%+ which is fine.
     
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    You can reduce the lifespan of your components if you're running too much power to them much without enough cooling, but you won't just immediately destroy them unless you do something really stupid, like running 2v to your RAM.
     
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    xiazixin Well-Known Member

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    Thats imc voltage, it won't increase the heat by that much.
    CPU voltage is another thing.
     
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    Parth37955 NU #3, [Dead Inside], Mid-Boss, Dark Dealer Staff Member

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    Dude why are you responding to a post from 8 months ago? Necro, locked.
     
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