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post #1481 of 2025
But useful if you intend to get 32gb later on, and less of a gamble versus binning these Samsung sticks.
post #1482 of 2025
Well yes thats the only plus i see there..

I use VM's and hardly can max out those 16gb...

Maybe in a couple of years from now. XD
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post #1483 of 2025
Me neither, I have a 2x2gb kit lol
Most ram intensive thing I do is superpi32m and maxxmem tongue.gif
post #1484 of 2025
I will leave mine like this since i cant get better
post #1485 of 2025
4600 mhz cpy at 1.0v? Nice.
 
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post #1486 of 2025
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4600 mhz cpy at 1.0v? Nice.

It probably wasn't showing the right voltage. If you stress the cpu a bit, CPU-Z will pick up the voltage change.
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post #1487 of 2025
That is because of C3 e C6 states... CPU is at 1.22/1.23v

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That is because of C3 e C6 states... CPU is at 1.22/1.23v
In any case, it's a sweet voltage. I need 1.34 for 4.5. You get more bandwidth than me @2133 (10-10-10-28-1T) in MaxxMem, but I have way lower latency (like 44ns). Interesting.
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post #1489 of 2025
well every system is different, i guess i was extreme lucky with my cpu biggrin.gif , these are the settings that work best for me i cant squeeze anything more out of these sticks i dont want to give more voltage i have them set to 1.505v in bios
Edited by [CyGnus] - 12/6/12 at 3:34pm
post #1490 of 2025
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It did seem like some of the early weeks did well, but now with GSkill binning these for the high end stuff and the naked modules showing a more current week (1237), it maybe that the manufacturing process has been improved upon, therefore I'm looking to try some out. One fella at XS bought 8 sticks of 1221 and they all clocked real well.
Anybody got anything newer?

I have ten 1147 sticks and four 1220 sticks. All of my 1147s do better than any of my 1220s. I have the eight fastest 1147s in my P9X79 WS with the six remaining sticks in my X58A-UD5.

All of the 1147s came from Microcenter on 2/28/2012. The 1220s came from Newegg several months later.

Due to my recent disastrous experience with my X79S-UP5, I haven't really been able to test the 1147s together as much as I would like, but I'm making good progress with them on my P9X79 WS. All 32GiB are currently running at 1866, 9-9-9-27, with 1.35v on a mediocre 3930K with stock VCCSA and VTT (0.88v and 1.05v).

The Gulftown setup is completely IMC limited so the best I can manage 24/7 stable with 24GiB is 1600, 8-8-8-24, with 1.45v.
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Originally Posted by Xinoxide View Post

Where does your best stick top out?

Limiting myself to 1.575v with one DIMM at a time, my best stick topped out at ~2500MT/s, 11-12-12-30, but that was on my inferior board. I probably won't test single DIMMs further; my goal was just to sort the ones I have relative to each other, not find their absolute limits.

I'm not a bencher, I've just been looking for the fastest and least expensive 32GiB memory that I can make 24/7 stable.
Edited by Blameless - 12/7/12 at 7:00am
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