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  1. Ooh, I read your write up over at Tom's and am eager to try dual rank my next go around. And will give your above suggestions a try too. Many thanks.
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  2. Too bad you are leaving. I wish you luck for what is next to come.
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  3. You might be into the whole stability testing, but RMA processes tend to be troublesome.
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  4. Thanks for all the kind words guys, both in this thread and in private Adding to what I said, the last 5 years just didn't feel like the hobby I fell in love with. There are no more events where you can actually meet people and bench random stuff alongside. The community is far too scattered across multiple platforms (forums, youtube, facebook) and it seems that 99%+ of current "legacy benchers" would rather own the hardware than extract scores out of it. Recently losing so many X48 boards (especially the good ones) was a really big disappointment that threw me back 5-10 years. The last
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  5. Totally forgot about this when requested to close the previous thread EK-SF3D CPU Pot in great condition. Price is 100€ + shipping.
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  6. I was wondering if those voltages which are written on the memory sticks are quick tests. For his best binned memory I would have expected the voltages on air to be Or maybe scaling on ln2 is better because of the 8155 print. I just checked my own PI (ST) and BDBG (Kingston 2250 C9 Hyper X) for results and these are max 1.75v / 1.76v for 2600 c8. My BDBG actually beets my PSC hands down (all air).
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  7. Been back and lurking for a bit, hoping to have stuff worth submitting soon(ish)
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  8. As I said in the other thread: I've seen Samsung 1Gbit G-die do 1400 9-12-12 before and I've seen these chips on 2GB G.Skill 1333C9/1600C9-rated modules from 2011-2012. So who knows, maybe somewhere in the wild there is a G-die set on proper PCB that is capable of 1466 8-12-12 with tRFC of just 88
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  9. All 4 sticks up for sale are binned Kingston 2666c10 SPD from Splave's personal collection. To my knowledge, Kingston never sold this kit in retail, but they do have serial numbers so I would consider them "non-retail". Out of all the Sammy DDR3 I have ever tested, very few could even boot 2933c9 let alone be 32M stable (and some lowest passing voltage I have ever seen). Each stick was tested in single mode in the outside black slot with a heatsink and fan. They ship just as you see them...naked with no other packaging or documentation. Stick 1: $50 USD + Shipping (SOLD) Stick 2:
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  10. Also samsung is a lot less stress on the IMC, I have seen multiple Haswell chips fail 2666C8 PSC no matter what and run 2800+C9 Samsungs. Apart from Haswell, on Ivy one could give them a go too! Actually I'll just throw a pair of sammies next to a 3770k and see how far I get! The mems David is selling could be great fun to somebody, put a set of nice heatspreaders on them, let them be Galax ones maybe, imagine the ddr3 Galaxy chrome fancyness, or EK water/ln2 heatspreaders, make them look good, throw them into a good board (Giga Z97 LN2 for extra rarity) with a golden CPU and have epic good ti
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  11. Was thinking these are the only special edition from Kingston.
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  12. Set in bios. I don't recall what the disparity is between real and bios for Z97 OCF, but I believe it was pretty close. I can give you 'real' voltage values on Monday if you want.
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  13. Galax sold and shipped - maybe I will put in a few new items or close this, let´s see^^
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