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post #161 of 8074
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BBSE @ 2200 Cas 7-9-7-24 1T auto subs @ least 1.59V 32m

PSC @ 2400 Cas 7-11-7-27 1T auto subs @ least 1.68V 32m

Correct me if I'm wrong Sam:)

Sam/Tapakah is one of ram authority since DDR1 and BH5/tccd era:)
post #162 of 8074
There are two main parameters on which I bin mem:

PSC:
lowest 32M stable voltage for 1200 7-x-7 (usually 7-11-7) with Auto subs and LB ... good = sub 1.7, real good = 1.65
maximum 32M stable frequency with tRCD 10 and 11 on air ... good = 1175/1275, real good = 1200/1300

BBSE:
lowest 32M stable voltage for 1100/1200 (1100 7-9-7 for "bad" BBSE and 1200 7-10-7 for "good" BBSE) with tRFC 88, tRRD/tRTP=4 (gives lower stable voltage than full Auto subs) ... good = 1.75, real good = 1.70 (for 1200)
maximum 32M stable frequency with tRCD 9 and 10 on air ... good = 1160/1260, real good = 1180/1280

with D9GMH, D9GTR and Hypers it's much simpler:
GMH: good kit should do 32M at 500 4-4-4 and 600 5-5-5 at 2.0V or less and 600 4-4-4 at 2.5V or less (the lower volts the better)
GTR: good kit should do 32M at 900 7-6-6 at 2.0V or less (the lower volts the better)
Hypers: good kit should do 32M at 1000 7-7-6 at 1.65V or less (the lower volts the better)
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

Wow man! You guys must be uber rich or have some big guns to steal all that ram tongue.gif
I'm anyone but rich ... for example, the whole lot of GTX2 cost me less than $350 total. Plus, after I'm done binning, I keep ONE best pair of each IC and the rest goes back into the wild.
Edited by Sam OCX - 10/16/12 at 2:33am
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Originally Posted by Sam OCX View Post

There are two main parameters on which I bin mem:
PSC:
lowest 32M stable voltage for 1200 7-x-7 (usually 7-11-7) with Auto subs and LB ... good = sub 1.7, real good = 1.65
maximum 32M stable frequency with tRCD 10 and 11 on air ... good = 1175/1275, real good = 1200/1300
BBSE:
lowest 32M stable voltage for 1100/1200 (1100 7-9-7 for "bad" BBSE and 1200 7-10-7 for "good" BBSE) with tRFC 88, tRRD/tRTP=4 (gives lower stable voltage than full Auto subs) ... good = 1.75, real good = 1.70 (for 1200)
maximum 32M stable frequency with tRCD 9 and 10 on air ... good = 1160/1260, real good = 1180/1280
with D9GMH, D9GTR and Hypers it's much simpler:
GMH: good kit should do 32M at 500 4-4-4 and 600 5-5-5 at 2.0V or less and 600 4-4-4 at 2.5V or less (the lower volts the better)
GTR: good kit should do 32M at 900 7-6-6 at 2.0V or less (the lower volts the better)
Hypers: good kit should do 32M at 1000 7-7-6 at 1.65V or less (the lower volts the better)I'm anyone but rich ... for example, the whole lot of GTX2 cost me less than $350 total. Plus, after I'm done binning, I keep ONE best pair of each IC and the rest goes back into the wild.

Thanks a lot man! Sounds like a good idea...After I finish this month's expenses I'll dab into that myself, if the missus doesn't kill me first wink.gif
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That was a terrific deal tongue.gif
Hey luke, how far have you gone with that ud5h (ram clocks wise)?

UD5H will take a rest pretty soon ...wink.gif
    
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UD5H will take a rest pretty soon ...wink.gif

Mine is resting as we speak...bent some pins, straightened the ones I could, but one is cut in half it seems. :/
Luckily I can RMA it. It didn't clock my hyko ram that well, but it didn't deserve to die.
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Heres some of my more recent purchases, theyre all older stuff though.





Picked up these Corsair v4.1 because they were offered cheap with my REx when I got it, they dont even boot up at stock speed with default 1.8v though lol



Both of these are single sided Microns I beleave. possibly D9JNL and / or D9GTR ???



Got these just last week, Corsair v2.2 . Did some initial testing earlier today on Bulldozer and managed this so far, havnt really tried pushing them yet though wink.gif


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Picked up these Corsair v4.1 because they were offered cheap with my REx when I got it, they dont even boot up at stock speed with default 1.8v though lol
RMA? lol
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Both of these are single sided Microns I beleave. possibly D9JNL and / or D9GTR ???
should be easy to tell by the IC size (GTR are bigget than all other ICs of the period)
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RMA? lol

The chap who I bought them from (the v4.1's) said they never ran at the default settings right from new, he just dropped them to 1600Mhz and ran at that all the time he had them.
They will do 1800Mhz, it just takes a bit more voltage than 1.8v though biggrin.gif
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should be easy to tell by the IC size (GTR are bigget than all other ICs of the period)

I'll have a look tonight but I really dont want to remove the heatsinks if I can help it as I havnt had much luck in the past and often killed good sticks of ram ripping the ic's off! Same thing with the V2.2 Corsairs, Id really like to know whats on them but darent risk it lol


Oh I never Thanked you Sam for the info on those Mushkin Radioactive, so Thanks biggrin.gif
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post #169 of 8074
If Corsair can't so spec, like I said, just apply for RMA ... chances are, you'll get something more interesting and/or valuable in return.
You don't need to remove heatspreaders to tell the IC size, you can just look from the side.
Your v2.2 Corsairs are BBSE, there is no need to remove the heatspreaders.
post #170 of 8074
Time to post my rather meager collection of ram



They are
4x1GB DDR2-1066 Kingston HyperX
2x2GB DDR2-800 OCZ "SLI" crap

Not pictured due to the fact they are in use are

2x2GB DDR2-800 Gskill (F2-6400CL4D-4GBPK, need another 2 sticks of this particular model so i can have 8 gigs of ram); installed in Desktop
2x2GB DDR2-800 Elpida generic ram; installed in fileserver
4x1GB DDR-333 Crucial; installed in unused minecraft server
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