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post #1421 of 8074
Well I was able to boot at 2400MHz 9-11-11-30-1t 1.75v and even cranked out a maxmemm run but BSOD while taking the screenie, lol.
post #1422 of 8074
Must..volt..harder tongue.gif .
post #1423 of 8074
Try 10-12-12 smile.gif
post #1424 of 8074
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Originally Posted by Reefa_Madness View Post

...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?

Well, I recall seeing an old Tom's article comparing single and double sided ram, in 1, 2 and 4 module configs. It was a ddr1 review though, so bear that in mind. Some of the basics may still apply though, double sided performed best but 4 sticks of single sided were on par with 2 of double sided in benchies
I had a big discussion at OCF regarding this, your help would've been valuable Reefa. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Splave View Post

Try 10-12-12 smile.gif

Yeah, cl9 ain't gonna happen without some serious volts and cold maybe...I've seen some impressive tight timings on cold but not really frequent (or useful other than cpu-z megahurz validations)
post #1425 of 8074
I'm still not completely convinced that the reason for all of these single-sided modules is all Haswell related.

I have a deep suspicion that IC availability and costs are at least part of the driving force. Put 8 MFR chips on a PCB, instead of 16 and you've probably decreased the per module cost by virtue of the fewer ICs that have to be purchased, binned and assembled, as well as reduce by half the number of ICs that can fail in the future on any given module, versus using the 16 CFR. Presumably simpler / cheaper PCBs as well.

And as far as the performance loss from single-sided modules, only those running benchmarks are going to pick up on it, the rest of the crowd won't even notice, much less care, that the modules are single-sided, therefore you have a win-win situation for the manufacturers.

Now, if after Haswell is released and performance comparisons of single and double sided modules reveal that the single-sided perform equal, or better (not just clock better), then I'll have no choice but to rescind this rant. smile.gif
post #1426 of 8074
I agree, I think it's a $$$ thing...like most are.
post #1427 of 8074
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really ? biggrin.gif ,your suspicion is probably more accurate then your Haswell prediction ,I'l bet $20 that all MFR,CFR,etc (Hynix) will still suck for benching on Haswell 2cents.gif
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really ? biggrin.gif ,your suspicion is probably more accurate then your Haswell prediction ,I'l bet $20 that all MFR,CFR,etc (Hynix) will still suck for benching on Haswell 2cents.gif

Pay me
post #1429 of 8074
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let see it and I will biggrin.gif
EDIT; better yet ,I will sent you none Hynix stuff that will kill your Hynix and then you will pay me ok ?
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Thats what she said.. wink.gif
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