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- Extreme League

2791.6 MHz with DDR4 SDRAM at 2791.6MHz

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https://valid.x86.fr/dlxg2z

Hardware details

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Memory details

  • Manufacturer: ADATA
  • Product: D80
  • Cooling: Liquid Nitrogen
  • Type: DDR4 SDRAM
  • Speed: @ 2,792MHz

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Mainboard details

  • Cooling: Air (Custom)

Disk details

  • Capacity: 60GB (AHCI)

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Recent Comments

Taiwan ADATA_XPG commented on his own score:

ADATA XPG OC LAb XPG D80@DDR4-5584MHz MSI MPG Z390I GAMING EDGE AC

Honduras masterbitz says:

cool Work :)

United States AutisticChris says:

Does CPU coldbug on this bios?

Australia Bullant says:

Nice work :)

FlanK3r says:

cool!

TaPaKaH says:

How high could you pass HCI Memtest on LN2? I see you tried :)

Iran Evasion says:

Congrats! that's custom bios with trdrd_dg unlocked?

Czech Republic Berhof007 says:

Nice job!

United States GtiJason says:

What motherboard are you using in the Rig Pic ? Definatly no MSI MPG Z390I GAMING EDGE AC

To me I'd call it MSI MEG Z390M Godlike, or a direct competitor of boards like Asus Gene, ASRock MOCF.

Sure looks like a high end 2 dimm M-ATX form factor and the rear IO cover does say "GODLIKE"

What do you guys think ? and also is that a real lin pot or just an insulated mug lol

Germany ground1556 says:

10 hours ago, GtiJason said:

What motherboard are you using in the Rig Pic ? Definatly no MSI MPG Z390I GAMING EDGE AC

To me I'd call it MSI MEG Z390M Godlike, or a direct competitor of boards like Asus Gene, ASRock MOCF.

Sure looks like a high end 2 dimm M-ATX form factor and the rear IO cover does say "GODLIKE"

What do you guys think ? and also is that a real lin pot or just an insulated mug lol

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Has to be the Doglike Gaming, though probably some ES version considering the USB port at the bottom.

Belgium leeghoofd says:

Guys thats an XPG advert... nothing more, CPU-Z tells the board type

United States AutisticChris says:

I do recall the normal SOC Force bioses work on Force-LN2 boards, so this could be a similar situation.

Hope it comes to retail, looks sexy.

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