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Im wondering if anyone has pushed these i just decided to try mine and so far they seem stable running 2133 with 1.60 volts on 11-11-11-30 same specs as the 2133mhz snipers. I wonder if gskill makes 1 kit and just lables them 1600 1866 2133 and sets the timings and voltages differt as needed.
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They bin their chips, that is, they test the best to label -for example- 2133mhz, if they qualify, they label that one, else, the try to make it qualify for 1866. and so on. Most of the time, lower labeled chips can do easly higher speeds, and sometimes, they perform equally to higher and more expensive ones. Guess this is your case. smile.gif
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yea i did a short hr run of blend test in prime using 6500 of my 8000 megs then i ran it thru memtest passed with flying colors.
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You should be able to tight timings to 10-11-10 easly, and with 1.65v, you should also go for 9-11-10 or 9-11-9. Did you tried that? I love to play with rams biggrin.gif
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