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Hey guys, what kits have you binned so far? What have your results looked like? What timings/volt combos are you binning for?

 

I'm thinking of grabbing one of the 3200C14 kits but others have been pushing saying the 4000 and 4133 kits have been of much higher quality. Those kits have sold out immediately every time they've been in stock so there has to be lots of people buying them.

 

G.Skill

From G.Skill's press release here, these should be B-Die:

 

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G.Skill 3200 14-14-14 @ 1.35V

Ripjaws V Black | Ripjaws V Red | TridentZ

 

G.Skill 3600 16-16-16 @ 1.35V

Ripjaws V Black | TridentZ

 

G.Skill 3600 17-18-18 @ 1.35V

Ripjaws V | TridentZ

 

G.Skill 3733 17-17-17 @ 1.35V

TridentZ (currently listed as 8x2GB instead of 2x8GB--just a Newegg error)

 

G.Skill 3733 17-19-19 @ 1.35V

 

G.Skill 3866 18-22-22 @ 1.35V

 

G.Skill 4000 19-21-21 @ 1.35V

TridentZ

 

G.Skill 4133 19-25-25 @ 1.40V

TridentZ

 

 

GeiL

 

GeiL 4000 19-25-25 @ 1.40V

 

Patriot

 

Patriot 3400 16-18-18

 

Corsair

 

Corsair 3600 18-19-19

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Got them added to OP. You're correct, they should be B-Die.

 

When you say they're nothing special, can you give any specifics? What volts do they need for 3866C12? Did you bin sticks individually or as a kit?

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I have 2x8GB Patriot Viper 4 DDR-3400 16-18-18 that is B-die, so far struggling to do 3733C12 1T (it boots but fails 32M after a few loops 1.85v). Awaiting delivery of some Corsair Vengeance LPX 4x8GB 3600C18.

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Got them added to OP. You're correct, they should be B-Die.

 

When you say they're nothing special, can you give any specifics? What volts do they need for 3866C12? Did you bin sticks individually or as a kit?

 

always as a kit for me, I don't usually buy multiple kits at a single time.

 

1.85V for 3900 C12

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I had 4 kits so far of 3600C16 G.Skill

 

2 kits pretty mediocre,ran 3866 13-13-13 1.82 could be little lower

2 decent kits:

 

1 module 3866 12-12-12 M8E ==>1.76V.4000 12 12 12 Impact 1.84V

1 module 3866 12-12-12 M8E==>1.815 4000 12 12 12 Impact 1.89

2 module 3866 12-12-12 M8E==>1.82V 4000 12 12 12 Impact 1.905V

 

All voltage measured with DMM.

 

Waiting for more with a help from special buddy :)

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i had one kit of 3600C16 G.Skill

 

3933 12-12-12-28 1T 240trfc SPI 32M stable 1.85vdimm

4000 was no go in Gene only Impact but it was rather not 32M stable

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i have 4 stick of Geil Dragon 4000 c19 1,40v

 

On Asrock 1925 c11-11-11-28-1T @ 2.08v - 1 time then i'm not able to reproduce that result anymore

On Gene 1900 c12-12-12-28-1T easy, above strange issue efficicency sucks - need to test on Impact

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I have 1 kit so far, a 3600 C16 TridentZ kit.

 

They do:

3886MHz xtu @1,85v Cas 12-12-12-28 190

3866MHz pi32m @1,85v Cas 12-12-12-28 250 (so far, done 3 tests for pi)

4000MHz @1,90v Cas 12-12-12-28 300. It boots to Windows. Not pi32m stable.

I didn't try any higher volts or lower cas timings for 4000MHz.

All on Asrock Z170 OCF.

 

Edit: I forgot the cas timings

Edit2: big oops for xtu, not pi

Edited by Sparks.nl

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one kit 3600c16

xtu tight 3866 @ 1.82v on SOC Force

32M at same settings elusive even at 1.9v for some reason lol.

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Maybe a list of g.skill serial dates (ie, 1601 Bunny Extract) could be useful too.

 

Or the IC Date, ie Week 40 pretty solid, Week 49 JUNK!

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From 16 sticks, all tested on xpower, 3733 12 1t, 32m win 10, vdimm ranged from 1.65v-1.82v (dmm). Majority around 1.7v, the 1.82v stick was an oddball.

 

Can't run 4k, 99.9% sure IMC limitation on current chip.

 

On 6320 i could run 3950 11 xtu no problem (OCF). 3866 1t boot was no problem hence why i'm sure the 6700 thats in now has a lousy IMC.

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I spent not much time to get my 3600C16 TridentZ through Pi32m... bzt looks like is not easy on OCF. And i have no other Kits to compare.

With E-Dies i had less Probs.. 4000 1T Pi32m ok.

 

With my B-Die all Benchmarks are running except Pi32m (XP32) with 3866 1T very Tight 1.80v. 4000 1T no boot.

Using UEFI P2.10

 

w/o cw

pi32m-ohnecwl4arj.jpg

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Retail kit from Germany.

 

G.Skill F4-3600D-8GTZ.

OCF.

Week 50.

 

4000 // 13-13-28-220-2T with very tight subs. 1.82V.

 

Compared to what I have seen from others, I say rather average.

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Retail kit from Germany.

 

G.Skill F4-3600D-8GTZ.

OCF.

Week 50.

 

4000 // 13-13-28-220-2T with very tight subs. 1.82V.

 

Compared to what I have seen from others, I say rather average.

 

Include a screenie with all the subtimings George, makes it easier for other users to dial in :)

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Include a screenie with all the subtimings George, makes it easier for other users to dial in :)

 

 

Easy,

 

4000

 

-------------------------

 

13

13

28

2T

 

-----------------------------------------

10

220

10

6

8

6

6

tfaw 16

tcwl 9

 

--------------------------------------------

 

trefi 65535

tcke 6

 

RTI and IOL offset 23

 

I am so brain washed with these that I remember them and see them in my sleep. Haha....

 

VccIO 1.25V

VccSA 1.30V

Vdimm 1.80V in bios ( actual rather 1.84V ). OCF is notorious for overvolting.

 

6700K with good IMC - 5.1/4.9 at 1.49V in bios.

 

Half an hour benching new Asus Real Bench for Z170 without an issue.

 

Maxmem2 - 35500

Alda64 memread - 60gb/s.

 

:celebration:

Edited by george.kokovinis

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Sorry for the long editing folks.

 

Did not come out initially as I planned. Lol...

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I am just wondering how you stabilize vccio above 1.150v?

If I go above 1,150v for vccio my cpu (and tried 1 other) won't boot.

Also OCF here.

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I am just wondering how you stabilize vccio above 1.150v?

If I go above 1,150v for vccio my cpu (and tried 1 other) won't boot.

Also OCF here.

 

Hi,

 

I will answer with a question.

How do you push your memory with 1.15VccIO ?

 

For speeds up to 3733, maybe ( depending on several factors ) 1.20VccIO

is enough.

Above that and especially above 3800, minimum VccIO required to even boot, moreover stabilize mems is 1.25.

I know extreme clockers using LN2 on mems to go up to 1.35-1.40 when

pushing mems hard both in speed and timings.

 

Something is not ok from your side;)

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