HWInfo64 QL1F's & QL1K's

AJXCR

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Just got a stack of 3647's and threw a couple in to test. Thought I'd post the results if anyone is interested.

QLIF's:




QL1K's (actually identify as QL2M's):




Both appear to be ES2. Note that the options shown in HWinfo are likely influenced by the BIOS settings between tests (different days) and not necessarily due to the processors themselves. This is also with 2133 mem (12 sticks in the QL1K test, 8 sticks in the QL1F test).
 

AJXCR

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Also, watching HWInfo I've seen the QL1F's run over 3.2GHz several times.. Which is interesting.
 

clnt

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yes, moreover it is easy to get any 2133/2400 (even mix) and force it all to run at 2666 on x11 supermicro boards
Alright any experience with Samsung's RAM ? I'M currently unable to POST my setup I have posted in the main ES discussion thread about it
 

RolloZ170

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Just got a stack of 3647's and threw a couple in to test. Thought I'd post the results if anyone is interested.
QL1K's (actually identify as QL2M's):
Both appear to be ES2. Note that the options shown in HWinfo are likely influenced by the BIOS settings between tests (different days) and not necessarily due to the processors themselves. This is also with 2133 mem (12 sticks in the QL1K test, 8 sticks in the QL1F test).
Use the latest version of HWinfo. many sspec/qspec detection fault's are corrected.
if is still detected as ql2m make a DEBUG file and contact Martin(Author from HWinfo) he will fix this.