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  1. sneekypeet

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    I was bored, so this happened.... Hosted full size, just in case someone wanted to use it for whatever.
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    I'll take like, 5 of those
     
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    Pictures? I only took 3 :p:D:laugh:
     
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    All the mems!.
     
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    fap fap fap

    What are the Trident Z in the bottom left corner?
     
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    Damn, if only they were 14Q :(
     
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    I take what I can get when asked to look at them :p At the time, I do not believe 14Q was an option yet :(
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    It likely was. :p What's your date code? (found on hologram sticker) Mine's July 2016.

    Testing platform has an effect I think. I was using 6950X as well as Z170 for memory reviews back then... You need more testing platforms! ;)
     
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    Same date code, so maybe they were available. At that time, and still now, I have X99 and Z170, and also waiting on the board for Z270. It is quite possible I overlooked them (Q14) or maybe stock wasn't there, I would have to dig through emails to see exactly why I ended up this this set.
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    They are likely not all that different. But hey, anything that might help ya get the goods... you have several kits there I didn't even know existed!
     
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    I did test the kit at 13-15-15 and was able to pass everything I could throw at it, not sure if I ever tried straight 14s. I do tend to get offered quite a bit of DDR4, and some of it you just do not tend to see on this side of the pond for sale at all.
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    13-15-15 is pretty good. If anything, I got the lesser kit. :p Better chance to get an excellent kit out of the looser ones since they would pass testing easier. But then, you know, likely the same ICs, so the difference is truly minimal... maybe we are within 50 MHz at the top end of each other.
     
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    With some limits to how I test them, the best i got was 3466MHz out of them. Of course my 3600MHz red Trident Z only got to 3770, so the percentage of OC was a bit better on the whites. i too would guess the ICs are the same.
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Yeah, my 3600's were the same. But I do less OC testing/posting in reviews. I think my 3200 C14 topped out around the same clocks, and looser timings didn't seem to matter much...
     
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    We start the red revolution, comrades. To hardware that is now and that came before us. :toast:
     
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    Does this count as sexy? or nerdly?

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    Took apart a PS4 for cleaning and servicing and here goes:

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    Heatkiller with glass tubing.
     
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    Beautiful, but your carpet looks like it needs a good clean :roll:
     
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