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Hi I found a cheap E die kit that seems to do nice (not top notch).

It is a kit from Samsung as a manufacturer with E die on it.

I found it here on page 7: http://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/global/file/product/DDR4_Product_guide_May15.pdf

When I looked for the chip codes I found that these are on some 3866MHz and 4GHz sets (1 from G.Skill).

 

The kit is rated as 2133MHz with E die.

After some tests I found that it is possible to boot (to Win 7) at 4GHz with 1,45v.

 

These sticks go by €20 a piece. So in my book this is a bargain...

Just to share this with you.

 

Note: Since my OCF has some issues I won't be able to test much more at this point.

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Thanks, good to know.

 

4133MHz doesn't seem to boot, but I managed to do one more.

3733MHz C13 with 1,6v (didn't try any lower voltage).

 

attachment.php?attachmentid=4424&stc=1&d=1465584786

 

Edit: I also didn't try 1T yet.

 

Edit 11-06-2016 11:40

3866MHz @C12 works as well (1.78v in bios is needed/overvolts a little).

 

attachment.php?attachmentid=4425&stc=1&d=1465637994

 

1T works as well at this speed.

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  • 6 months later...

I tried my cheap E die on Z170m OCF and it seems to be running better then on my OCF (as expected).

 

4GHZ C13 PI32M stable at 1.68v in bios (2T runs with less voltage).

 

attachment.php?attachmentid=5098&stc=1&d=1483386798

 

No OS tweaks done here.

I will try more later.

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When you say it I know it is a good kit :) :). I could do 12-20-20 as well but I didn't get it stable yet.

I am in doubt because I really want to run my b die sets now. But I really want to know if it gets any better as well.

Somehow I found it's sweetspot because I needed much more volts before.

 

Edit: This kit is the onlyone I tested. So I didn't even bin a few kits before I started.

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Nice, mine didn't like that on the big board.

But I will try since it is driving my daily 6700k (golden on air, one of the worst on cold).

 

Edit: my bad about the 6700k. Seems good on ln2 as well. Never fully tested tho...

It ran 6.6GHz in a quick test. Oops

 

Edit: E die picture results were gone. 

6700k 3rd - 4000MHz 1.20v - 4000MHz - 4000MHz C12-21-21-28 1T 5 tWR 320 mem 1.86v - PI8M.jpg

6700k 3rd - 4000MHz 1.20v - 4000MHz - 4000MHz C12-21-21-28 1T 5 tWR 320 mem 1.87v - PI32M.jpg

6700k 3rd - 4000MHz 1.20v - 4000MHz - 4000MHz C12-21-21-28 1T 5 tWR 320 mem 1.86v - PI4M.jpg

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