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Some Ballistix: 1600C9 Sport: 900MHz / 7-9-9-24 / 1.83V 1000MHz / 8-10-10-27 / 1.76V 1100MHz / 9-11-11-30 / 1.69V 1200MHz / 10-12-12-32 / 1.66V 1866C9 Tactical: 900MHz / 6-7-8-24 / 1.73V 933MHz / 6-7-9-24 / 1.81V 1000MHz / 7-8-9-24 / 1.66V 1066MHz / 7-8-10-24 / 1.79V 1100MHz / 8-9-9-24 / 1.61V 1200MHz / 8-9-11-24 / 1.76V
some Panram 2400C11 results: 900MHz / 7-9-8-24 / 1.79V 1000MHz / 8-10-9-24 / 1.74V 1100MHz / 9-11-10-27 / 1.70V 1200MHz / 10-12-11-30 / 1.68V 1333MHz / 11-13-12-32 / 1.70V 1466MHz / 12-14-13-35 / 1.72V
Buy a random set or 2400C9 Samsung they said, what can possibly go wrong they said ...
Pentium IMCs seem very nice indeed.
CFR 1466 on Xpower:
As those are 8GB sticks rated DDR3-2666, they must be Hynix MFR (dual-sided). Unless you have a very good set, running 1200MHz CL9 or 1333MHz CL10 with MFR can take more than 1.75V.
Only solution is more voltage.
Check post #3626 In other news, found relative stability with PSC at 1333 8-12-8 on Xpower:
As far as I know, STT based their "high-voltage" 2000C9 sets on 1Gbit Samsung, which haven't been relevant for at least five years now.
Getting 1333 to work with PSC wasn't easy on my setup. It might also be my IMC that doesn't like the MSI board since it behaved like a reject IMC would. I'd have to test it with another CPU (ETA next week) before I could recommend this board.
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