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    G.Skill and MSI break DDR4 memory 5GHz frequency record

    With G.Skill Trident Z DDR4 RAM, on an MSI Z170I GAMING PRO AC Mini-ITX motherboard.
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    Re: G.Skill and MSI break DDR4 memory 5GHz frequency record

    how long does it have to run at that speed to be ratified?

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    Re: G.Skill and MSI break DDR4 memory 5GHz frequency record

    Quote Originally Posted by jnutt View Post
    how long does it have to run at that speed to be ratified?
    usually long enough to boot an os, load cpu-z and several other programs, get screenshots / photos. maybe push a cpu-z validation, or a futuremark run

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    Re: G.Skill and MSI break DDR4 memory 5GHz frequency record

    Quote Originally Posted by jnutt View Post
    how long does it have to run at that speed to be ratified?
    5-10 mins, yah it is useless i know but it shows the endurance and flexibility of the used hardware.

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    Re: G.Skill and MSI break DDR4 memory 5GHz frequency record

    For this sort of test Single Channel would be quicker I believe (I am sure I read somewhere that Dual Channel can have an adverse effect on certain applications performance).

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