Massman Posted August 9, 2011 Share Posted August 9, 2011 Short Intro As promised, the OC report from the second new GeIL memory kit: Evo Corsa. The most high-end flavour of the Corsa series comes in the following packages (PR copy-paste): - 1866MHz CL9-11-9-28, 2GBx2 Dual Channel Kit | GOC34GB1866C9DC - 1866MHz CL9-11-9-28, 4GBx2 Dual Channel Kit | GOC38GB1866C9DC - 2133MHz CL9-11-9-28, 2GBx2 Dual Channel Kit | GOC34GB2133C9DC - 2133MHz CL9-11-9-28, 4GBx2 Dual Channel Kit | GOC38GB2133C9DC - 1866MHz CL9-11-9-28, 2GBx4 Quad Channel Kit | GOC38GB1866C9QC - 1866MHz CL9-11-9-28, 4GBx4 Quad Channel Kit | GOC316GB1866C9QC - 2133MHz CL9-11-9-28, 2GBx4 Quad Channel Kit | GOC38GB2133C9QC - 2133MHz CL9-11-9-28, 4GBx4 Quad Channel Kit | GOC316GB2133C9QC Pictures of Box and Kit Test Setup Nothing special about the test setup. Just a normal Sandy Bridge build. - Core i7 2600k - GIGABYTE GA-P67A-UD5-B3(*) - Coolermaster Silent Pro 1000W - WD Raptor - Windows 7 64-bit SP0 - Y-Cruncher - SuperPI 32M (*) overvolts 0.02-0.03V on Vdimm from BIOS. OC Overview Chart Overview of OC test results. Stability was tested with full SuperPI-32M run at ~ 4.8GHz and then verified with a round of Y-Cruncher (0,1,6). Same findings as with the Enhance Corsa kit: there's not that much difference between both benchmarks: it either worked or it didn't. As for voltage affecting this kit's overclocking capabilities, it seems that this kit can handle higher voltages a bit better than the Enhance version with the sweetspot being around 1.7-1.75V. All in all a decent kit. Max Results [hwbot=2197306]submission[/hwbot] - DDR3-1862 CL8-9-8 - DDR3-1900 CL8-9-8 at 1.70-1.72V - DDR3-2140 CL9-11-9 at 1.60-1.62V - DDR3-2200 CL10-11-10 at 1.64-1.66V - DDR3-2240 CL10-11-10 at 1.72-1.74V - DDR3-2242 CL10-12-10 at 1.74-1.76V Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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