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Thanks for the post...

What kind of ic are on those Adata sticks? MFR single sided? CFR double sided?
Single Sided MFR

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post #1522 of 8074
What are the default clocks for that Adata kit?

Is it one of the already available kits, like the 2666 ones, or a new one for Haswell?

How are double sided modules clocking with this new stuff? Something like an HCH9 Samsung based kit or a Hynix CFR? Maxing out about the same as on a good Ivy rig, or are they reaching new highs?

I'm just curious as to why all these high end single-sided modules are being released? Is it because Haswell works better with these than with dual sided, or is it economics and availability of memory chips that is the driving force?

Are the GSkill 2933s that Roy mentioned also single-sided?

Edit: Dang! I sure do ask a lot of questions.
Edited by Reefa_Madness - 5/20/13 at 12:55pm
post #1523 of 8074
What are the default clocks for that Adata kit?
It will be out soon

Is it one of the already available kits, like the 2666 ones, or a new one for Haswell?
New one

How are double sided modules clocking with this new stuff? Something like an HCH9 Samsung based kit or a Hynix CFR? Maxing out about the same as on a good Ivy rig, or are they reaching new highs?
Samsung is flying, CFR and double side MFR is flying.

I'm just curious as to why all these high end single-sided modules are being released?
e-peen

Is it because Haswell works better with these than with dual sided, or is it economics and availability of memory chips that is the driving force?
2933mhz+ kits are a very hard bin...so using 8 IC's per stick is more cost effective than 16.

Are the GSkill 2933s that Roy mentioned also single-sided?
I imagine so
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Splave,

Thanks for the solid replies to my questions.
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How are double sided modules clocking with this new stuff? Something like an HCH9 Samsung based kit or a Hynix CFR? Maxing out about the same as on a good Ivy rig, or are they reaching new highs?
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Samsung is flying, CFR and double side MFR is flying.


And with respect to that particular question, nice to know, as I've got some pretty good samples of the Samsung and of CFR. The jury is still out on my MFR (and I've got some 2x8GB sticks with AFR that needs some more testing before a final verdict is in on those).

Unfortunately, I don't think I'll be able to go the Haswell route for a while yet so I gotta watch you guys from the sidelines. Even then, it is always fun when new processors and motherboards are released...even from the sidelines.
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Anyone have any in-sight on this kit? It's an old one, got it from a friend when we did a hardware swap this weekend. I got it with a DDR3 775 board but it's a pretty crappy board and I would have to get the FSB to 500MHz just to try the RAM at it's stock settings.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820220344




I'll put it in a Z77 board later this week and see what it can do...
post #1527 of 8074
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Anyone have any in-sight on this kit? It's an old one, got it from a friend when we did a hardware swap this weekend. I got it with a DDR3 775 board but it's a pretty crappy board and I would have to get the FSB to 500MHz just to try the RAM at it's stock settings.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820220344




I'll put it in a Z77 board later this week and see what it can do...

Check with kow_ciller, as I believe that he had a kit of those for sale 9-12 months ago (give or take). At least he had a kit of green Patriots with those same spreaders. I can't swear it was the same model. Some of these were Samsung HCF0 and some might have been Micron (GTR or GTS maybe?).

Well, it only took a few minutes, but I found the kit that he sold. The description is from the listing over at OCF:
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FS: 2x2gb Patriot 2000mhz
*Stock 9-9-9@2000mhz 2.0v. Easily runs rated speeds at 1.65v. Can do 9-9-9@2133 with 1.8v or 8-8-8@2000 with 1.9v. Samsung HCF0 IC

Are these the same as yours? Looks like them to me.
post #1528 of 8074
Mine is 2000MHz 9-9-9-24 1.7v stock
post #1529 of 8074
OC Works in Japan sells naked Hynix CFR as DDR3-2400 C10: http://www.ocmemory.jp/product/ocmemory/ocm2400cl10d-8gbn.html
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2X4GB @ 3100 tight timings 1T air passed 32m
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