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post #201 of 8074
I never seen them for sale. Dangggg
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post #202 of 8074
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Originally Posted by Sam OCX View Post

Hobie, these were actually retail available, newegg had them listed for $270 a set. But those were the times when Hypers ruled on Gulftowns, so PIS sold in very low numbers.
CL3P20 - yes, ICs are the same, but bin for 2400C8 is much tougher.

 

Good to know thumb.gif  *I love my Pi's .. by far the best set of RAM I have ever owned.

 

 

 

Couple other shots of some sticks that have survived...

 

Micron GKX - double sided

 

 

Team Dark 2133, 9-11-11-27 

 

 

 still have a few random sticks of GMH .. as well as a good set of Ballistix GMH that will do +1200mhz 

 

post #203 of 8074
Seems like its not the season for good fast ram. It is the season for decent cheap ram that doesn't over clock well though...

Going to search for some of those Pi CL6 2000/ CL8 2400mhz sets. Those look awesome.
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post #204 of 8074
Well, since I lost my z77x-ud5h board recently, I'll need another one, and I don't to be stuck with a bad ram clocker...
I'm open to suggestions from the pros here. thumb.gif
post #205 of 8074
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my latest purchase
2400c8waktq.jpg
only cost me one arm and two legs, will have to live on an extreme diet until Christmas, lol

pretty rare find thumb.gif,this is as close i could get to them but i got this set new biggrin.gif

    
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post #206 of 8074
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Well, since I lost my z77x-ud5h board recently, I'll need another one, and I don't to be stuck with a bad ram clocker...
I'm open to suggestions from the pros here. thumb.gif

I decided to sell my hyk0 ram locally to offset the cost of the board, and buy some good clocking ram in the process...Again, I'm open to suggestions, come on, spend my money! xD
post #207 of 8074
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Well, since I lost my z77x-ud5h board recently, I'll need another one, and I don't to be stuck with a bad ram clocker...
I'm open to suggestions from the pros here. thumb.gif
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I decided to sell my hyk0 ram locally to offset the cost of the board, and buy some good clocking ram in the process...Again, I'm open to suggestions, come on, spend my money! xD

I have OC Formula here waiting for PSU (this board clocks RAM just like all the ROG boards which i got on "shell shocker"(NewEgg $214)
as for RAM ..most of 2400C9 (8Gb) sets are all gone from Egg redface.gif
    
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post #208 of 8074
Hmm, thing with OC Formula is the lack of warranty (same thing with Asus) when buying from abroad, and the shorter warranty duration.
Not sure on how sturdy the MVG sockets are, I've heard tons of reports of bad sockets after being exposed to cold, but not sure if it's a known issue or what. Also the RMA horror stories frighten me.
OC Formula has digital or analog pwm circuitry? I suppose it should work good, but seeing the MVG for 200 vs 240 for the OC Formula is making my life hard.
I wouldn't get another Gigabyte board, but they do offer serial no. based warranty even internationally...Not sure what to do.

As for ram, I can always get some lower binned ram and clock it to 2400mhz or more, right? Binning shouldn't be a problem with the local price of hardware. I can resell for 3x the cost of the stuffs...
post #209 of 8074
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Originally Posted by Sam OCX View Post

Hobie, these were actually retail available, newegg had them listed for $270 a set. But those were the times when Hypers ruled on Gulftowns, so PIS sold in very low numbers.
CL3P20 - yes, ICs are the same, but bin for 2400C8 is much tougher.

How do you think the bin on the 2400 C8 Pi kit would compare to the bin on Corsair GTX4 (2533 9-11-10-30)?
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post #210 of 8074
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small update on BallistiX TT

D9QMS-D9PSH Mixed




I'm done with 1.65v ,as mention earlier this RAM won't play nice above 1066,here is what you can expect below 1.65v ( looks like great RAM for SB owners thumb.gif )

2133 8-9-9-27-1T (8Gb 1.64v )



2133 9-11-10-27-2T (16Gb 1.64v )- a bit limited here since i have first rev. UD5H ( daisy chained -2T a must )



1.8v+ coming up biggrin.gif

P.S. this app is great if you own BalistiX
http://www.crucial.com/ballistix/crucial_bl-mod-utility.aspx
Edited by coolhandluke41 - 11/5/12 at 6:03am
    
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