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G.Skill Trident 2000Mhz $139 Shipped

Discussion in 'Hot Deals' started by erocker, Apr 20, 2010.

  1. erocker

    erocker Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Let us know how it goes on amd.
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    I will. :) This was the first bootup I did with them on my AM3 mobo. 1.58v It might of been stable. I have to finish up with the P55, then I'll swap them back over and test.

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    900 at CL8 aint bad at all...am getting a similar specced set from team xtreem....will let u guys know how it goes.
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    WOW nice speeds
    Your board is much better than mine I can't do more than 200mhz diff between the NB and HT link
    best I've done was 2400 NB and 2200 HT link..and it wont do 2200 NB and 2000 HT link
    1800 at 1t nice
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    Can you up your NB?
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    Yes they do...same chip same PCB only the heatsink is different.
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    They certainly don't work the same for me, and another guy I know. Even if they are the same, they have different SPD's and/or are binned differently. They wouldn't work worth a darn on my AMD.

    **Yes the Tridents work great with AMD. Currently testing 1600mhz+ cas 6.
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    Wait so e, these Tridents are good for AMD right? At least for you?
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    So are the Tridents no longer BBSEs or does Asus just have their act together compared to everyone else on AM3 boards?

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