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    Angry P170HM memory 4GX4 = 2133MHz

    P170HM memory 2T 4GX4 = 2133MHz

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    Here is the 1T mode 4GX2 memory test

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    -1T with less delay, preferably the system memory performance. But poor compatibility. Suitable for your DIMM not populated.

    -2T has a longer delay, much worse system memory better. The higher the compatibility, stability. For your DIMM is fully populated.

    We recommended that the 1T memory settings allows memory to achieve the best performance.
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    Wow your memory can handle CAS9 2133MHz. Mine can't even handle CAS9 1866.

    And is that 4590MHz on the CPU stable? Mine can only do around 4.35, with 4.4 OK if under 80C, and 4.5 OK if under 60C.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Khenglish View Post
    Wow your memory can handle CAS9 2133MHz. Mine can't even handle CAS9 1866.

    And is that 4590MHz on the CPU stable? Mine can only do around 4.35, with 4.4 OK if under 80C, and 4.5 OK if under 60C.
    It's the good old HM-Series. On top of the BIOS mod he also has a modded 4 pipe heat-sink.

    EDIT: His RAM is the famous Samsung M471B5273DH0-CK0, it does 2400Mhz @ 11-11-11-28 1T as 2x4GB on my W110ER.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prema View Post
    It's the good old HM-Series. On top of the BIOS mod he also has a modded 4 pipe heat-sink.

    EDIT: His RAM is the famous Samsung M471B5273DH0-CK0, it does 2400Mhz @ 11-11-11-28 1T as 2x4GB on my W110ER.
    That's nuts. I was hoping that since haswell will also use DDR3 that laptop makers will put out better memory. No better memory came out with IVB's release though so I'm concerned.

    Looks like that memory is hard to find too. Amazon wants $30 each used.
    Clevo P150EM
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    7970m @ 1075/1575 fully stable. 1.1V core/1.595V memory
    330W m18x PSU

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    I P170HM power 80W-90W 32s, 4X46full


    XTU version 2.1 is set.


    You give me crack BIOS, power consumption 80W-90W 32s.
    Power consumption, the higher core power consumption at full load.

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    There is closely linked with the heat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prema View Post
    It's the good old HM-Series. On top of the BIOS mod he also has a modded 4 pipe heat-sink.

    EDIT: His RAM is the famous Samsung M471B5273DH0-CK0, it does 2400Mhz @ 11-11-11-28 1T as 2x4GB on my W110ER.
    YES

    http://forum.techinferno.com/clevo-s...rclocking.html

    http://forum.techinferno.com/clevo-s...c-ddr2133.html

    The 3920MX QS version 150EM XTU to the 4.6G

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    Quote Originally Posted by Khenglish View Post
    Wow your memory can handle CAS9 2133MHz. Mine can't even handle CAS9 1866.

    And is that 4590MHz on the CPU stable? Mine can only do around 4.35, with 4.4 OK if under 80C, and 4.5 OK if under 60C.
    Heating pipe cost $ 19.368

    http://forum.techinferno.com/clevo-s...rclocking.html
    Last edited by Prema; 04-12-2013 at 09:40 AM. Reason: merged

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