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Fast expensive ram is an extremely small market right now.
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Originally Posted by DarkrReign2049 View Post

Do you guys know what ICs these sticks use? They have been sitting in my closet collecting dust. I bought them last year in the hopes of playing around with them, but I went a different route with my new system. I was thinking about throwing them up on ebay but I don't even know if they are worth anything anymore.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231355
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231322
You would get $100+ a kit on eBay ,maybe bit higher for the 2200 mhz kit
Edited by Bullant - 11/5/12 at 11:05pm
post #263 of 3381
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Originally Posted by DarkrReign2049 View Post

Do you guys know what ICs these sticks use? They have been sitting in my closet collecting dust. I bought them last year in the hopes of playing around with them, but I went a different route with my new system. I was thinking about throwing them up on ebay but I don't even know if they are worth anything anymore.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231355
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231322

the 2133 kit just sold yesterday for 112$
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post #264 of 3381
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Originally Posted by coolhandluke41 View Post

can you guys show me better benching kit @ 100~150$ you can buy right now ?...wth.gif
EDIT; few months ago everyone was playing waiting game and wondering what can we expect from higher-end kits like 2600~2800 ...and quickly realize that BBSE /PSC is where it's @ for benching that's what drives the prices

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Originally Posted by Sam OCX View Post

For a low-level benching, you could pick an 8Gb DDR3-2400+ rated Samsung-based kit, subject it to 1.85V and have 1350+MHz with 9-12-12.
Problem is, you can no longer get one brand new since everybody stopped making 2400 9-11-11 rated memory which was cheap.
The problem with PSC is that you are never guaranteed to hit a good kit (1300+ 8-12-8 on air) first try, even on high-spec'ced models. And the stuff you usually see on forums is just someone's rejects, otherwise why would they sell?

Do we really need 2800+ Mhz kits though?

Other than for raw ram Mhz it would seem that for best efficiency while benching (on air at least) having a kit at 2400Mhz 8 - 9 - 8 is going to be better than say.. 2600Mhz 9 -12 - 9 or 2800Mhz 9 - 14 - 11.

I havnt tested this myself but reviews such as this one at overclockers .com seem to be pointing that way?
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post #265 of 3381

depends on the bench somewhat.. 

 

 ie - some will benefit more from tighter latency.. others from raw bandwidth.

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post #266 of 3381
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Originally Posted by ScunnyUK View Post

Do we really need 2800+ Mhz kits though?
DDR3-2800 rated? Hell no. All that stuff is Hynix CFR which is absolutely useless for anything other than IMC e-peen showoff.
If you're just talking about freqs, 1300-1400MHz is the range where most of Ivy IMCs crap out with tight subtimings, so even if your mem can do more, it will be bounded by CPU.
post #267 of 3381
Found some cheap Dominator GT's 3x2 kit...8-8-8@2000mhz. Tempting me tongue.gif

EDIT: Yeah cow, you're evil...my credit card balance will hate you.
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Originally Posted by coolhandluke41 View Post

can you guys show me better benching kit @ 100~150$ you can buy right now ?...wth.gif
EDIT; few months ago everyone was playing waiting game and wondering what can we expect from higher-end kits like 2600~2800 ...and quickly realize that BBSE /PSC is where it's @ for benching that's what drives the prices

Quote:
Originally Posted by Sam OCX View Post

For a low-level benching, you could pick an 8Gb DDR3-2400+ rated Samsung-based kit, subject it to 1.85V and have 1350+MHz with 9-12-12.
Problem is, you can no longer get one brand new since everybody stopped making 2400 9-11-11 rated memory which was cheap.
The problem with PSC is that you are never guaranteed to hit a good kit (1300+ 8-12-8 on air) first try, even on high-spec'ced models. And the stuff you usually see on forums is just someone's rejects, otherwise why would they sell?

Do we really need 2800+ Mhz kits though?

Other than for raw ram Mhz it would seem that for best efficiency while benching (on air at least) having a kit at 2400Mhz 8 - 9 - 8 is going to be better than say.. 2600Mhz 9 -12 - 9 or 2800Mhz 9 - 14 - 11.

I havnt tested this myself but reviews such as this one at overclockers .com seem to be pointing that way?

it's not just raw Mhz ( higher scaling RAM will come handy for Haswell )

here is the other half of my 2666C10 platinum

post #269 of 3381
Dom GT's cl8 2000mhz...hyper ic, not sure which one. Should I...?rolleyes.gif
post #270 of 3381
Hypers are only useful for 775 and AM3 benching these days.
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