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Wow, Wolfman, thats awesome!
Thanks Inteller, but I think they ran out of gas.
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I was able to lower the voltage a little 1.43v & still be stable at OP settings.
Now to later test each chip one at a time to find if one or the other is the hold back.
Then I'll test the other two one at time & maybe get a closer matching pair that OC better together.

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hows it going with these kits?
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hows it going with these kits?
Guess you missed my post, not well. Couldn't get any more or any lower timings at the OP settings.
Only was able to lower the voltage just a little was all so far.
One or the other of this pair might be the a problem. I'll have to test single chips to find out.
Edit: Haven't started any testing with the other pair. Just been reading up here so far today.
Maybe later I can get around to doing more testing. I'll post when I have some new results.

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Not looking so good for these 2 chips. My open post looks like there max.
I upped the volts to 1.65v couldn't get them any tighter @1869 or get them to boot at all at 21xxMhz.
I'll try a little more. But I find it strange they boot & run stable at OP settings on such low voltage but don't scale any more than that.

Edited by TheWolf - 8/8/11 at 3:52pm
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Guess you missed my post, not well. Couldn't get any more or any lower timings at the OP settings.
Only was able to lower the voltage just a little was all so far.
One or the other of this pair might be the a problem. I'll have to test single chips to find out.
Edit: Haven't started any testing with the other pair. Just been reading up here so far today.
Maybe later I can get around to doing more testing. I'll post when I have some new results.


yeah sorry didn't really read the thread, but just had a quick glance, apparently the black pcb ones tend to be better at overclocking, I might be mistaken with the green ones.

Anyways let us know how you get on, it's a shame these ain't doing that great, but below 1.5v and 1866 is pretty good.
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yeah sorry didn't really read the thread, but just had a quick glance, apparently the black pcb ones tend to be better at overclocking, I might be mistaken with the green ones.

Anyways let us know how you get on, it's a shame these ain't doing that great, but below 1.5v and 1866 is pretty good.
I had read somewhere that the later ECO were black PCB, but not sure just something I read somewhere.
Think it was in the Newegg feedback.
Ya timing isn't bad 8-9-8-24 1T @ 1866 & only 1.43v. Nice free upgrade for the price they are now. lol
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First set was gotten 1/2010 2nd set 7/2010
First set 6/2010 and second set 8/2010 for me. I paid around $100 each for the kits, but at the time it was a great price and these were one of the best price-performance wise
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Testing 2nd set, single stick at a time. 1.60v 9-10-9-24 1T 1st stick test. @21xxMHz
Had to lower the memory usage since only single stick but passed.

post #29 of 35
you should really be doing better than me,

mine are, 1600mhz CL7 1.5 and I got them to 2133 9-10-9-27 1T with 1.65v

you should be able to get 2133 with around 1.6v with either 8-9-8-27 ror 9-9-9-27

Try that and report back, you may need more than 1.6v, try upto 1.65v
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Not really, as always its luck of the draw weather you get really good OC hardware or not.
Only one stick out of the four will do 2136Mhz @ 9-10-9-24 1T.
My setup could be part of the problem, haven't tested this chips on any other hardware the way I testing now.
But mostly likely its a limitation of these chips. BTW all mine have green PCB.
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