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3193.9 MHz with DDR4 SDRAM at MHz

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  • Cooling: Air (Stock)
  • Chipset: Z590

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Recent Comments

Indonesia Lucky_n00b commented on his own score:

Quick IMC/Board pretest before going cold :)

France OldSKol says:

Insane lmao

Germany ground says:

so... is there something to the claim of kingston djr pcbs being different and easier to clock to high frequency then other brands? Looking forward to cold results!

Indonesia Lucky_n00b says:

11 minutes ago, ground said:

so... is there something to the claim of kingston djr pcbs being different and easier to clock to high frequency then other brands? Looking forward to cold results!

Unfortunately I have tested very small numbers of samples for Hynix DJR (only 3 kits total, this hyperx 4600, V-Color 5066, and a local RAM brand called V-Gen rated at 4600), so can't really be sure if the PCB component making much difference between these 3, all used what looks like 'A2' PCB to me.

From my side it's the memory controller on CPU that might be more important, from 3 RKL CPU I have, this particular one managed to boot at DDR4-6200+ on ambient, while the other two won't budge past DDR4-5866 even with the same exact board, RAM, and voltage. 

 

United States GtiJason says:

Interesting, looking forward to cold !

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