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Nice, I'll check it out now and see how much they are, or if they are even still around (I know their 1.5V 1866 kits aren't the same IC's)

Sorry to hear about your stick above!! mad.gif

You really gotta heat those suckers up and pull slowly to get them off safely, often it does take an IC or two though since they use such a strong glue. Haha, that or the aluminum bends up terribly, that usually happens either way though biggrin.gif

*Forgot*

You never replied, are those single or double sided? And what is the CT model name? Need to know the model now for sure, as Newegg is sold out of 1.65V 1866 2x2GB

Thanks!
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Double sided with 8 chips to a side.
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Thanks!

What model? Not sure if you saw my last edit above or not smile.gif
    
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Let me get you the link. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820148370

This is what im stuck at.

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Thanks for the link!

2240 at 8-10-9 is good. If you want more speed, or lower timings you'll need to raise the voltage to 1.72-1.74, then you could probably do higher speed if your IMC will keep up. If it wont, then run that speed or less with tighter timings like 7-10-x.

For higher speeds you may need to use 8-11 or 9-11, and of course your QPI/Vtt voltage will come heavily into play at high speeds / tight timings on X58. Since you have 980X, keep uncore around or just under 4Ghz, that should help. The higher you push that past 4Ghz the more QPI/Vtt it's going to need even if you were running 1600Mhz memory. - I see you already are doing that, sorry I missed it first glance

2240 @ 8-11-8-26 is about where my better set tops out with 1.68V, at least with the 980X I have, so you're doing good! Or I also could run 8-10-8-2x at 2200 1.65V

Your CPU's IMC is the largest factor when pushing these on X58, but 1.68-1.74V will definitely help you push em thumb.gif My best set of these is my Radioactives, check out the review in my signature biggrin.gif
    
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Pc has been running benchmarks all night at 2240@8-10-9-24-85-1T @1.68v. Getting 28.7GBs an 49.1ns lat in Sandra.
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not bad for crucial branded PSC lol
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Well I cant complain much for $29.
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