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G-Skill 2133 Mhz Air Cooled 4.5 Ghz LGA 2011

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  • G-Skill 2133 Mhz Air Cooled 4.5 Ghz LGA 2011

    Build Goals:
    1.Rock Solid System: LGA 2011 Air Cooled,
    2. 4.5 Ghz 24/7,
    3. Extremely quiet.

    Primary Use Microsoft Flight Simulator X. CPU Bound.

    Working on the O.C. a couple of days. A bit of a learning curve (Thank You for the OC information listed at G-Skill 2011 Over Clocking. Very informative.

    Thanks to G-Skill for helping me locate the memory. Not available in my area. Import was required. Had to do a custom order thru G-Skill Vender for my area. G-Skill Tech support was very informative prior to placing the order. Thank You

    System:
    Case CaseLabs Magnum8 Double Wide
    Case Fans x 11 Noctua NFS-12A PWM
    Power Distribution blocks x 2.
    M/Board Asus Rampage lV Black Edition LGA 2011
    CPU I 7 4930K at 4.5 Ghz V-Core 1.295v
    Heat Sink Noctua NH-D14
    Memory G-Skill RIPJAWS Z Series F3-17000CL9Q-16GBZH (Quad Kit at 2133 MHz 1.65v)
    GPU x 2 Evga GTX 780 S.C.
    Hard Drives:
    1 x Intel 730 Series 250 GB
    4 x Western Digital Velocity Raptors 300 GB Each
    Optic Drive: None.
    PSU Corsair AX1200i

    Great memory, fit under the NH-D14 not an issue. Clearances 5 mm.

    Stress Test:
    MemTest_86 x 8 Runs
    Intel Burn Test 20 Pass
    OCCT 1 Hour
    Aida64 1 Hour
    Prime 95 24 Hours.

    Temperature Monitoring 24/7
    RealTemp 64 Tech Inferno
    MSI AfterBurner Fan Curves Set Monitor Temps Only

    Thank You
    Larry L
    Attached Files

  • #2
    You have all 4 modules installed? or only 3?

    MaxMemm says Triple Channel

    Also, the scores are pretty low, should be double! Something is not right..
    Are you an overclocker? Have screen shots of your OC results? Please post and share your OC experience!

    The new G.Skill Overclocking Section!

    http://www.gskill.us/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=43

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    • #3
      Originally posted by GSKILL TECH View Post
      You have all 4 modules installed? or only 3?

      MaxMemm says Triple Channel

      Also, the scores are pretty low, should be double! Something is not right..
      Did not notice thank you for pointing out the issue.

      Quad Kit Yes. 4 Dims installed Yes. MemTest86 Pass

      Memory Installed on Mother Board Rampage 4 Black Edition

      Dimm A1, Dimm B1, Dimm D1, Dimm C1 are grey dim slots on the mother board furthest from the CPU Socket starting left to right.

      Set the BIOS to Default settings, Timing 9-11-10-28-2 at 2133 MHz, 1.65v CH AB, CD.

      MaxMemm Same results as posted. Triple Channel low score.

      Will pull the NH-D14 Heat sink and verify the installation. May have made a mistake with the Memory installation tripled checked the installation at time of build. My eyes are not as good as they used to be having difficulty telling the differences between Grey and Black. No excuses bad eyes at my age. Will post back again today after I verify the installation. Run MemTest86 again and MaxMemm for a results.

      Thank You

      Larry L

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Larry L View Post
        Build Goals:
        1.Rock Solid System: LGA 2011 Air Cooled,
        2. 4.5 Ghz 24/7,
        3. Extremely quiet.

        Primary Use Microsoft Flight Simulator X. CPU Bound.

        Working on the O.C. a couple of days. A bit of a learning curve (Thank You for the OC information listed at G-Skill 2011 Over Clocking. Very informative.

        Thanks to G-Skill for helping me locate the memory. Not available in my area. Import was required. Had to do a custom order thru G-Skill Vender for my area. G-Skill Tech support was very informative prior to placing the order. Thank You

        System:
        Case CaseLabs Magnum8 Double Wide
        Case Fans x 11 Noctua NFS-12A PWM
        Power Distribution blocks x 2.
        M/Board Asus Rampage lV Black Edition LGA 2011
        CPU I 7 4930K at 4.5 Ghz V-Core 1.295v
        Heat Sink Noctua NH-D14
        Memory G-Skill RIPJAWS Z Series F3-17000CL9Q-16GBZH (Quad Kit at 2133 MHz 1.65v)
        GPU x 2 Evga GTX 780 S.C.
        Hard Drives:
        1 x Intel 730 Series 250 GB
        4 x Western Digital Velocity Raptors 300 GB Each
        Optic Drive: None.
        PSU Corsair AX1200i

        Great memory, fit under the NH-D14 not an issue. Clearances 5 mm.

        Stress Test:
        MemTest_86 x 8 Runs
        Intel Burn Test 20 Pass
        OCCT 1 Hour
        Aida64 1 Hour
        Prime 95 24 Hours.

        Temperature Monitoring 24/7
        RealTemp 64 Tech Inferno
        MSI AfterBurner Fan Curves Set Monitor Temps Only

        Thank You
        Larry L
        Took the NH-D14 off the CPU and discovered the Ram in A-1 was not installed properly. The one end was not locked down between the DIM slots. Reset the memory in the Dim slot checked the other Dims to make sure the memory was installed properly. Booted the computer after installing the heat sink and ran MaxxMem.

        Thank you very much for noticing my mistake. Better be more care full in the future when working on a computer. Score has improved.
        Attached Files

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        • #5
          Much better now , enjoy!
          Are you an overclocker? Have screen shots of your OC results? Please post and share your OC experience!

          The new G.Skill Overclocking Section!

          http://www.gskill.us/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=43

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