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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
Did you get yours from Newegg? Also did they come from the Cal store/warehouse?
One pair of mine came from NJ warehouse & the last pair came from the TN warehouse.
One thing I like about Newegg you can pull up old transactions to check what
you payed, what date you got them & what warehouse they were sent from.
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I am running the same ECO ram on my SB build. Currently I have 2133 @ 8-10-8-24 1T using 1.63 VDIMM. My sticks are green PCB and have BBSE chips. The heat spreaders almost fall of so it is very easy to verify what chips you have.
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I am running the same ECO ram on my SB build. Currently I have 2133 @ 8-10-8-24 1T using 1.63 VDIMM. My sticks are green PCB and have BBSE chips. The heat spreaders almost fall of so it is very easy to verify what chips you have.
I may have to try & take a look at the chips "if the HS will come off easy.
My OC limitation could be my CPU or motherboard with these memory chips.
I haven't tried to OC them on any other motherboard or platform like 980x or i7 860.
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I may have to try & take a look at the chips "if the HS will come off easy.
My OC limitation could be my CPU or motherboard with these memory chips.
I haven't tried to OC them on any other motherboard or platform like 980x or i7 860.
Can't hurt to try huh! Those look like great ram!!!
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Can't hurt to try huh! Those look like great ram!!!
Actually I am very happy with these chips at stock settings.
Not many chips out there that will do 1600Mhz @7-8-7-24 1T on 1.35v.
I said I hadn't really tried OCing these on any other platform, but now that
I think about it I did a little OCing with them on the i7 860 & I actually got
better bench scores at stock settings than at a higher OC with loser timings.
So overclocking doesn't always help in benchmarks if you can't get the timing right or low enough with the OC.
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