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RCD and RP seem weaker than D-die. But RDRD, RFC and the RDWRs can all go tighter.

Perf seems a bit off too, so maybe I have some timings too tight as well.

This is at 2.35V.

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D-Die means Hyk0 or HCH9 ?

i cannot compare now ,but can you make a run at 5450 with cpuz and coretemp opened (it was requirement for a contest) as my time like this was 5:31s with 9-12-12 at 2840 mhz.

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Best run  at 4 ghz ,on the os i am using from a friend :

 

I guess yours are stronger with those timings.

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Oh, so these are the "weird" Samsung (1Gbit G-die or something similar) that G.Skill were using on their 1600C9 sticks at some point?

I saw some of these do 1400 9-12-12 a few years ago and reckoned they could be a superior choice to 2Gbit D-die due to lower density and hence lower tRFC.

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I bought +10 each of  2GB and 1GB G die sticks. 1GB clock much better, but single side = crap efficiency. Might be interesting for freq valid though; I could do 3600MHz (dual channel) without too much effort.

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