Discussion in 'techPowerUp! Club Forum' started by jbunch07, Sep 22, 2008.
Im curious what the 32GB Dominator kit uses..not pulling the spreader on those at this time...
Samsung, i think. Not sure. There's only a few ICs right now that can do those speeds, so basically everyone is using the same stuff. I don't think it's really important right now what ICs 8 GB sticks use because of that. I'll pop my G.Skill set into the freezer and pull the heatspeader when frozen, and post some pics, might help ya figure out what Corsair is using.
you couldn't pull the heatspreaer anyway..I mean you could, but you'd kill the sticks doing it.
I hit a bclk wall late last night testing those sticks. still trying to see what i can do to get past it but i did manage 2240Mhz on the corsairs
Not bad. Seems like the same IC as my G.Skills then. some sticks will hit 2400 MHz, but I heard that such sticks are very rare. you might wanna try clocking the sticks individually. 32 GB right noqw is far from commonplace, so I do not think they actually expect to sell too many of these kits ATM, but considering that the clock good, and need less VCCSA, I cannot see why anyone would want BFR's for 24/7 now...I'm running 2133 9-11-11-28 @ 0.86 V @ VCCSA, and all my Hynix needs 1.025 or so.
my uncle gived me this bad girl awhile ago and srsly i didn't knew it was so quiet evening running at 60% fan speed in my case opened when i tested it with OCCT GPU test
it says less than my GTX 570 with 2fans from Gelid on their Icy Vision cooler.
(Sry if u think Picture Quality is low (LQ) i took them with my LG Optimus 2x (Cyanogenmod9 SelfKANG3)
so i think i will save it for my collection for now, it's no the version with small memory on
if u wanna see the info from GPU-Z while running OCCT click here: EVGA.GeForce.8800GTS.640mb.jpg
it was just a quick test in my SB system bcs i couldn't remember how much memory it had
Maybe some OCZ Gold DDR2-800 4x2Gb? Great memory I might add and it was a kit of 4 sticks when I bought it for 83 USD 4 years ago.
Do you still have those dimms Aquinus would you sell them
I do, but they're still with my Phenom II 940 and Asus M4N92-E. I'm debating what I'm going to do with it. Unfortunately if I do sell it, I already have a co-worker who expressed interest in it as a whole.
Nice old OCZ RAM they was very popular
Yup, now I'm running 16Gb of G.Skill Ripjawz DDR3-2133 9-11-10-28 T1 and it's running at 2333mhz @ 10-11-10-28 T1 in quad channel.
Or better yet, everything I used to "upgrade" my rig from my Phenom II.
Yo dawg, its golden N stuff
i think i know that board Dj-EletriC ^^;
What numbers did you guys get? I got #004. Gonna go perfect with my gold Swifttech block.
Nice router, I have one of those too. DD-WRT support is a little flakey though, so regular firmware for me.
Any more close-up and would have got it on my lents...
Wait... they're numbered? :X
Where is the number?
And here is GELID GX7's base
Yikes. Guess I'll save that for the front page then! We'll chat on TS.
I'll never really undertand stacking heatpipes.
Nice, you got the CNPS 9900 Max as well, ironically, my post after yours (unintentional) is the base of my newly purchased CNPS Max red LED
Been looking at those. How's the performance? I currently have an E2000.
Ok, so to compensate for that shocking image, here's a new one.
Because of my lack of skill (and a better camera) I don't know how to take really close-up shots so...this will have to do.
Lan is fast 120 MB/s which I transfered a 10Gb file is 82 Seconds. Im still testing the wireless but you can separate the 2.4 and 5 Ghz bands for faster speeds on the 5Ghz
And buy the way I bought it refurbished $90 Here
I almost bought this one. It has good reviews for speed ASUS RT-N56U
I bought my brand new. I needed a 5-ghz router because there is a *ton* of 2.4ghz traffic in my area and it doesn't take make to keep the Xbox or TV from playing a video over the 2.4ghz wireless.
I was surprised how small it is
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