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Discussion in 'Project Logs' started by Fitseries3, May 29, 2009.

  1. r9

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    erocker says thanks.
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    Those ram are just crazy! I've seen ss from fits that do well over 2ghz and their still going!!!


    Due to that ram... I7 set ups are worth the buy. under 600 for everything...
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    ram ram ram....

    kk


    here's the deal.

    its Crucial 1066mhz ddr3 generic. the ones i have, along with several other ppl have Micron D9JNL chips, same that cellshock, teemgroup, and lots of other high dollar ram have... until hypers came out..

    the kits that have the same product number now fron egg have come with D9KPL's which are almost identical ICs but are more like the elpinda hypers. they arent 50nm chips but they can run the tighter timings in SOME cases.

    i hit 2000mhz with mine at 200bclk wiht 1.71v but later found they ran the same at 1.648v with higher vtt.

    the highest i've got them to run at is 2047mhz at 8-7-7-19-1t @ 1.85v

    i HAVE ran them up to 2.3v trying to get 2133mhz for a 100% OC and they never even got warm to the touch. i DO NOT run a fan or anything on them. in fact, i sit a fan on them pointing towards the NB and VRMs so there is actually reduced airflow to the ram.

    the higher dollar ddr3 comes with D9GTR, D9GTS chips from crucial or samsung HFC0 or newer HFC8 chips. these will perform similar but cost you more because of fancy heatspreaders and LED lights.

    the 3x2gb sticks cost $76-$85 depending on the time of the month.

    the 3x1gb moduals clock identical to the 3x2gb moduals.

    here's the links...

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148245

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148246
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    yeah that RAM is some good stuff man. I still am debating whether to add another 3gig of pi blacks like the ones you sold me or get a six gig kit of that :confused:
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    freaksavior To infinity ... and beyond!

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    yeah, i did 1.81 @ 88824, and it booted. i was suprised.

    its good ram for sure, mine are D9KPV though.
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    Crucials aren't D9JNL for sure? :(
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    Cheers for that, I thought I'd read something on here saying to just go for the 1333 kit if it was cheaper since they were using the same chips.
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    That is incredible value DDR3. Great find.
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    It's been around for quite a while :) you should check the i7 thread!
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    I agree, at one point there was like 10 pages of just everybody buying these :laugh: but hey, everybody loves good deals, and FIT is the man when it comes to that. I think he built an i7 rig for like under .73 cents :roll:
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    looks like i need to hurry and get another D0 920. either that or get a 950
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    why, they are discontinuing them soon?
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    Can't you persuade Intel not to discontinue them? lol :(
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    check todays news here on TPU CP
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    SHIT, that's really rather unhelpful that. So P55 mobos'll be more expensive than P45 mobos, CPUs will cost more and RAM'll be about the same price, gonna be GREAT fun when it comes to my having to upgrade...
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    i had read that a few days ago on another forum, thats why I knew. Thats crazy, I need my D0 soon!!
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    i got a new desk today....

    i guess i'll show you guys that in a bit.

    till then...

    heres my fans, i shoulda got 2 more but i didnt so yeah.

    desk is underneath.

    [​IMG]

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    nice looking Wood... Cant wait!
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    looking good fit :toast:
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    here we are...

    a bit better...

    [​IMG]

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    I do say man, it does look sweet!!! Love the two cases down there.. Only thing is that you still have to move things around to get to stuff don't you?
    Any how... IT does look sweet man! Really do!

    To bad the second case is long.. I'd say move the sub to the left and place them together in length... but then you would bang your feet together with the go case..
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    DrPepper The Doctor is in the house

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    Nice table I wish mine was like that.
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