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Ok, quick question, I was just looking at the IC list in the first post.

How do the Powerchip IC's stack up against the others?
Would you consider them closer to the top performers?
Or closer to the poorest performers?
Or mid level?
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Ok, quick question, I was just looking at the IC list in the first post.

How do the Powerchip IC's stack up against the others?
Would you consider them closer to the top performers?
Or closer to the poorest performers?
Or mid level?
it depends on the binning.

EX. some PSC chips are binned for lower end kits (such as 1600MHz cas 9, etc) but kits that are 2000+MHz and cas9 are usually pretty good, however just as with cpus being random in how they perform, same goes with ram components.

Some will overclock past rated speed by a wide margin needing less volts, others might be unstable at timings or speeds moderately above rated spec.

Generally speaking though... high performance modules use PSC ICs so i guess you can say they are the go to IC for top performing RAM right there with elpida.

PSC generally likes tRCD+2 or 3 within 1.65v, while elpida can do with a little bit tighter tRCD with the same voltage.

PSC also likes higher frequency vs tighter timings.. in general
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Thanks Bad man!

I was asking cause I was looking at an Australian computer web site, and they still had some DDR3-1600 G.Skill Pi's, the 6-8-6-24 1.6v
Then I was comparing them to the DDR3-1600 G.Skill Ripjaw X 8-8-8-24's 1.5v
They both use the powerchip IC's

EDIT:
Now, I am not trolling here!

I just want to say, I have a set of Corsair Dominators (non GT)
That aren't on that list??? I know thats not an end all list, but at first I thought they might be Hypers, and then after a short bit of thought, I'd say not.

It's a 6Gb set of DDR3-1600 with timings of 7-8-7-20 @ 1.65v
CMP6GX3M3A1600C7 version 7.5A
Then a set of numbers, that I'm not sure of: 111604307


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it depends on the binning.

EX. some PSC chips are binned for lower end kits (such as 1600MHz cas 9, etc) but kits that are 2000+MHz and cas9 are usually pretty good, however just as with cpus being random in how they perform, same goes with ram components.

Some will overclock past rated speed by a wide margin needing less volts, others might be unstable at timings or speeds moderately above rated spec.

Generally speaking though... high performance modules use PSC ICs so i guess you can say they are the go to IC for top performing RAM right there with elpida.

PSC generally likes tRCD+2 or 3 within 1.65v, while elpida can do with a little bit tighter tRCD with the same voltage.

PSC also likes higher frequency vs tighter timings.. in general
Thanks Bad!

Very good answer! +1

EDIT @2
I also have a set similar to this set, the only difference is mine is 3 x 4Gb's, which I'll take the time to change out, when I do my video editing. It seams to speed things up a good bit.

PC3-16000 Ripjaws
F3-16000CL9D-8GBRM (2x4GB)
9-10-9-28 @ 1.55V
Hynix H5TQ2G83BFR-H9C
Edited by Inteller - 8/27/11 at 1:41am
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Originally Posted by Inteller View Post
Ok, quick question, I was just looking at the IC list in the first post.

How do the Powerchip IC's stack up against the others?
Would you consider them closer to the top performers?
Or closer to the poorest performers?
Or mid level?
ummmmmm, still learning lol



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Originally Posted by badatgames18 View Post
it depends on the binning.

EX. some PSC chips are binned for lower end kits (such as 1600MHz cas 9, etc) but kits that are 2000+MHz and cas9 are usually pretty good, however just as with cpus being random in how they perform, same goes with ram components.

Some will overclock past rated speed by a wide margin needing less volts, others might be unstable at timings or speeds moderately above rated spec.

Generally speaking though... high performance modules use PSC ICs so i guess you can say they are the go to IC for top performing RAM right there with elpida.

PSC generally likes tRCD+2 or 3 within 1.65v, while elpida can do with a little bit tighter tRCD with the same voltage.

PSC also likes higher frequency vs tighter timings.. in general
Wow thanks bud definitely +rep.

Still learning so this helps quite a bit.
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Yep, that was an awesome info post from the Bad man!
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And to the top again....
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Hi

I dont understand something. I hear everywhere that if you have SB get your ram sticks with <1.5V but then every one overclocks them to be faster but with 1.65V

Isnt that abit contradicting?
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