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

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

  1. LagunaX

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    Don't think tighter timings at lower speeds gives better performance on Intel from what I've read. Maybe on AMD.
    Anyways judge for yourself. Didn't test for stability but the read/write/copy and latency scores all improve the higher speeds you go for DDR3 on Intel:
    http://i246.photobucket.com/albums/gg84/jhchang69/SamsungCL71600.jpg
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    You're right about the speed/timing thing with Intel, but I was just pointing out what the kit is capable of, which is better than 90% of the high performance kits that are out there. From what I've seen, they really are a real hidden gem. Mine should be here by Saturday.
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    is it worth it to buy four of these kits for x79?
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    It seems that is the platform they perform best. I think someone over at XS managed to run them at 2400mhz+ :eek:
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    I saw that, but I was wondering if four kits (32GB total) worrks. I read through some (I admit not all) of the XS thread and saw some issues, but no mention of lots of sticks.
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    Don't go overboard guys - a lot of benching and max runs but few stability testing on that XS thread. AMD seems to have had stability issues and I didn't pay attention that much to x79 as I don't own one. P67 and Z68 should be just fine though, and probably x79 for which this 30nm ram was probably designed for.
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    Don't know, but we will find out how 16GB does this weekend, at least on Z68. ;)
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    Let me know your results.
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    Wow samsung best manufactures memory made.
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    Added custom Prime95 testing using all of the 6.7gb available for testing of the 8gb of ram at 720k fft's on the first post, no problems passing an hour without errors DDR3 2133 @ 9-10-10-28...
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    Those numbers are looking good! I'm excited about getting my kit, hopefully Monday. It'll replace the 1866cas9 set I have now. :D
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    So far I've got 8gbs stable @ 2133 9-10-10-28 1.5v. Tightening timings now....2133 9-9-9-28 1.5v
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    Very nice. :toast:. It would seem that these sticks will do 1866 Cas 8, which is rare when running 8GB. This might be the best value of any DDR3, period.

    I'll post some numbers when my ram comes in. UPS ground takes forever to my neck of the woods. I'm guessing Tuesday.
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    I'll upload a pic soon. Right now I'm testing 2198.2mhz @ 9-10-10-28 1.5v. Rock solid.
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    Nice. Yeah I am going to try for 2400mhz after work:D
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    I'm happy to test these on P55 for anyone who want to set me a set! ;)
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    so not fair only for USA.
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    Waiting on my credit from Newegg and soon these will be MINE!!!
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    Is there any MaxxMem scores on therse yet?
    Like to some 16Gb on core i 2nd gen results.............
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    Tried 1.5v 9-10-10-28 2133 on mine - failed after 48 min 1 thread.

    But passed 1.55v 9-10-10-28 2133 over 1 hour of custom Prime95 expanded to 6.7gb ram and 720k fft's!
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    I'm solid at 2200 (2198.2) 9-10-10-28 1.5v (1.51v actual) Prime95 (same option as yours) 90 min. I am really liking this ram. I want to try an see how tight I can get it without going over 1.65v
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    I want to see some tight timings at 1600-1866 please. I mean like virgin-tight :pimp:
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    Preferablly Sex.Sex.Sex.77 :toast:
    77=She gets 8ight more than 69 :rockout:
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