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The Egg does have them as Discontinued, so my guess is yes, Samsung has stopped making these. Hoping that I'm wrong, though. The Egg has sold a ton of these and I'm sure that if they were still available to them they would be restocking as fast as possible.

Newegg discontinues stuff they don't have a firm ETA on. I've seen Newegg discontinue newly released items simply because demand is too high to get them regularly.

Samsung still makes these parts.
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Zeek put that PLL at 1.8v . CPUs are designed to work at 1.8v if you lower to 1.5 you will not gain nothing the temperature is the same but you maybe get the cpu unstable or the IMC acting around.
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Change the 1's to 3 or 4, and change Trefi to 7936. Main timings to 11-12-12-32-2t, with 1.75v for vdimm, along with 1.2v vccio and vccsa.
Doubt a degraded imc is the culprit, seems more like those timings are too tight for the sticks.
Only had one 1 so I changed it to a 4 and changed the tREFI to 7936. 2200mhz 11-12-12-32-2T 1.7v no go,
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Zeek put that PLL at 1.8v . CPUs are designed to work at 1.8v if you lower to 1.5 you will not gain nothing the temperature is the same but you maybe get the cpu unstable or the IMC acting around.
Even when I did change it to 1.8v there wasn't a difference. System is stable with the 1.5v for the PPL and my temps did drop about 4c when I lowered it :-\
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Zeek put that PLL at 1.8v . CPUs are designed to work at 1.8v if you lower to 1.5 you will not gain nothing the temperature is the same but you maybe get the cpu unstable or the IMC acting around.

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Only had one 1 so I changed it to a 4 and changed the tREFI to 7936. 2200mhz 11-12-12-32-2T 1.7v no go,
Even when I did change it to 1.8v there wasn't a difference. System is stable with the 1.5v for the PPL and my temps did drop about 4c when I lowered it :-\

Yeah, most people in the Sandy Stable thread dropped their PLL and got stable with that? Why would dropping the PLL voltage to 1.5V affect the IMC anyway?
post #1665 of 2062
I never saw a temp drop with less pll, in fact I needed 1.8v for 18hs stability.
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post #1667 of 2062
I have 4 dimms of this ram here. Will be using it in an x79 SB-E setup with the CPU OC'd to about 4.5ghz.

Can I get some suggestions on running 4 of these? I want the best timings I can get at around 1.5-1.55v. I assume since I'm running 4 of these I will get quad channel benefits but what does that entail exactly? I've always used 2 dimms and have worked with dual channel in mind for a long time. As much advice on timings and best OC tips for 4 dimms of this with my rig would be great.
post #1668 of 2062
well 4 dims is harder to overclock than 2 so 2400 will be hard but 2133 i think its ok though raise your vcssa
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well 4 dims is harder to overclock than 2 so 2400 will be hard but 2133 i think its ok though raise your vcssa

Thanks, I will keep that in mind. It doesn't seem like quad channel is that much better than dual but it does outperform it in many benchmarks. Just no by much.
post #1670 of 2062
Do anybody think I should be able to achieve high OCs with 12GB (2 x 4Gb + 2 x 2Gb; original timings are the same for 2Gb & 4Gb sticks) of this awesome ram?

I'm asking because I already have a 4Gb kit (2 x 2Gb) collecting dust & thinking I should go ahead & buy an 8Gb kit and replace my GSkill ram in my sig thinking.gif
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