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post #1411 of 8074
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Originally Posted by Reefa_Madness View Post

Is that masking tape you're using to cover the slots, or something else?

Edit: just read the post above about using "blue painters tape", so I'm guessing the stuff in your pic is in fact masking tape.

 

Yup, its masking tape.  I use painters tape/masking tape on my unused ram slots too, and it does work like a charm.

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90GB Force GT / F3 1TB / WD 640GB Stripped ;) Dell Ultrasharp U2410 24in Enermax Evo 1250W 
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post #1412 of 8074
Thanks for the confirmation.
post #1413 of 8074
I know these aren't as gnarly as some of the sticks you guys own but this is my first kit of 2400MHz+ RAM.

Single-sided Hynix ICs

This kit was $70 shipped on Newegg. I figured I'd order some and see what this RAM overclocking is all about. I enjoyed messing with my Crucial Ballistix Tactical LP and G.Skill ECOs so far. Hopefully these will be even more fun.




post #1414 of 8074
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Thanks for posting this +1 ..darn more single sided stuff rolleyes.gif,I guess they all doing it now -1 for Team Group

edit ;this are still pretty good just change tRRSR from 5 to 4 thumb.gif for 2400+ you will probably need 5 tho
Edited by coolhandluke41 - 5/11/13 at 2:25pm
    
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post #1415 of 8074
Yeah when I tried to pull it out of the package I noticed how easy it would be to remove the heatsink so I figured you guys would want to see the actual ICs. I don't know what to look for on them other than manufacturer, glad you found it useful. I'm about to put them in and run some maxmem and super pi and tweak the secondaries and tertiaries to see what it likes. Ivan taught me this...Props to Ivan for getting another CPU and GPU overclocking enthusiast interested in RAM! thumb.gif
post #1416 of 8074
If I recall correctly centvalny (Dumo) got his SS Team DDR3-2666 kit to right around 2950, so I bet these 2400s still have some headroom (he did have to use something like 1.95v). Have fun.
post #1417 of 8074
my 2666 c11 kit is good for 3000+

but oh so slow:(
post #1418 of 8074
Yeah man I'm running some maxmem on the stock settings an my scores are lower than the G.Skill ECOs running 2200MHz CL9. Must have to tighten up the timings.
post #1419 of 8074
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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

Yeah man I'm running some maxmem on the stock settings an my scores are lower than the G.Skill ECOs running 2200MHz CL9. Must have to tighten up the timings.

Just the single sided performance hit, unfortunately no tightening of timings is going to fix that, but I am sure the kit will be good for validations if it is single sided MFR:thumb:
post #1420 of 8074
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Originally Posted by 636cc of fury View Post

Just the single sided performance hit, unfortunately no tightening of timings is going to fix that, but I am sure the kit will be good for validations if it is single sided MFR:thumb:

...and herein lies the problem with all of these single-sided modules.

I hope that Haswell has some magical fix, or perhaps running 4 modules will help. Any thoughts?
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