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$48.99 Samsung 30nm DDR3 1600 hitting 2133?!?

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by LagunaX, Jan 24, 2012.

  1. cadaveca

    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Even though that is a perfect description of us in the US, it means nothing when we can get decent ram at a decent price and availability.
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  8. LagunaX

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    My board seems to require 0.5v more than everyone else's but I've been running them @ 1.6v 9-10-10-128 1T 2133 for 2 months all other subtimings set to auto.

    All my power saving features are enabled since it is an Asus board.

    That's about it, really. VCCSA/VCCIO/PLL are on auto too.

    I'll try to find a subtiming screenshot.

    Yes I have the bling on the sticks but they were able to do the same before the bling...:pimp:
  9. LagunaX

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    Here ya go - I like these newer Asus bios versions - they have a f12 print screenshot to USB option :cool:

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    I'm thinking my MB doesn't fully support this ram. My BIOS memory settings don't have all of the settings that the ASUS BIOS has. I did set as many configurations the same as I could but it didn't work out. Sammy's at 2133mhz on my MB with my 2500k at 5ghz isn't working out.


    I will email MSI about this set of ram and ask them to do an update on BIOS to support them.
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    Here's some good action from my sammies.

    Ran these clocks and timings at 1.5 volts.

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    Random Murderer The Anti-Midas

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    That score is fricking ridiculous, makes me feel all inadequate :(

    LOL nice one mate, awesome speeds and timings asylum.
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    Now that's what I'm talkin' about!
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    Great 3dMark06 score.

    I'd rather see stability results or Maxmem2 benchmark score.
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    Me too. Yeah great score but it's mostly that 5.4GHz CPU I'd say which doesn't really help us in this thread.

    Is that Anandtech MC for this ram coupon still valid? Thought has already registered there but guess not and not gonna bother now if can't get that deal anymore.
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    just got a pair of these and thrown them in @1866 9.11.9.27. 1T @1.5v with a set of kingston hyper for a total of 16gb...
    maxmem resultsfrom a couple of runs...

    cant go advanced and thats how i usually upload pics so i'll type the results in...

    mem-copy 25401mb/sec
    mem-read 23017mb/sec
    mem-write 22375mb/sec
    mem-latency 48.6ns
    mem score 22.70 GB/sec
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    This any better for you guys.

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    My local micro center got YKO 1205 batch which probly can scale to DDR3 2933 Cas 11 on Asus M5G:D

    Will try a few pairs of these:)

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    So far DDR3 2654 @ 1.67V benching freq:)
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  23. SonDa5

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    Is that with an IB cpu?

    Amazing.
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    Dumo do you know if a BIOS update on the Z68's with IB will support the improved speeds of DDR3?
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    I think a BIOS update will allow extra ram dividers on Z68.

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