More LN² DDR4 world records incoming....
True, though it has a habit of dying suddenly. I've received quite a few DOA B-Die sticks myself. On the other hand it is the best clocking DDR4...
Probably not, I think just about all video cards these days that actually have a DVI connector use DVD-D, which doesn't have the pins for analog...
It's still around, they are two fan designs with the traditional red and black color scheme.
Well hopefully these will cost less than the likes of Corsair and G.Skill.
Or a chubby Black Bolt.
I've read not-so-great things about these sticks over at HWBot, specifically in regards to the PCBs for these not being as good for overclocking...
Missed that, they didn't make it very apparent. I may have to try this one.
I have a Windows laptop with a TB3 port, theoretically this should work with any machine sporting the USB-C connector with Thunderbolt 3 right?????
These are using the same Samsung 8Gbit B-die ICs everyone else is using, no sense paying that much just for the fancy heatspreader.
How was the memory OC capablity of this board? Specifically with Samsung B-Die, can it manage 3866C12 CRT or 4000C12 CR2?
@cadaveca did you ever peep under the heat spreaders for these (or pull up Thaiphoon Burner) to check the IC? I know they use Samsung, but there...
That price though....:eek:
Price dropped after they sold out, apparently. Earlier today it was $359!
That's half the price (as of today) of the G.Skill Ripjaws V with the same speed AND timings, looks like Patriot is starting to make some noise.
Ah, the venerable Gigabyte X58 UD9. I owned one for a while, I think there was a tie between it and the EVGA 4-Way Classified for best X58 board....
Listed on eBay, please close/remove.
Yeah, Intel got rid of the integrated VRM.
Those latencies aren't possible at 3000MHz. Running DDR4 at 3000 11-13-15 already needs over 1.70v.
Waiting on the OC board(s) to debut.
Too many mentions of Samsung ICs. Yeah, they're great for high clocks but Hynix can run the tighter timings.
Micro ATX and 4 DIMM slots very close to the socket, this could be another memory overclocking beast if it has the extra CPU pins.
Time to see what this DDR4 can really do. Haswell-E's IMC was a bit limited with 3400 being the practical max frequency on air, but from what...
Dropped to $800 shipped, last drop before this goes off to Flea-Bay.
Price drop to $825 shipped.
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