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attractive price but not the best MFR, not quite stable when running 3000 cas12:devilsmil
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I couldn't tell how good they are since I don't have them ,Gskill bin is extra $100
    
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i bought 2 sets with black armors 1 year ago...they can run higher freq. than G. skill's 2800c12 model, but not so stable @3000.
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Nope, each stick can't do 2000 6-9-6 @1.65v. Can i request for warranty service/ RMA with this condition? Need some advice here...redface.gif
Edited by Formula44 - 3/9/14 at 6:04am
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Nope, each stick can't do 2000 6-9-6 @1.65v. Can i request for warranty service/ RMA with this condition? Need some advice here...redface.gif

volt them

P.S. some kits won't do XMP on different platforms ,they were design for different platform,2000 7-9-6 24 might run better then C6 on Z87
Edited by coolhandluke41 - 3/9/14 at 6:12am
    
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lucky bastard I want 2000c6 pis
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good luck with that thumb.gif
    
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post #3308 of 8077
as far as MFR kits go only apacer(if you are extremely lucky and have access to some) or g.skill were able to hit 4000 http://kingpincooling.com/forum/showthread.php?t=2407

also I heard they are effectively slower than other ICs
Edited by tatmMRKIV - 3/9/14 at 10:04am
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MFR are considered "slow" only when compared to sticks of lower density, which can run tighter (sub)timings. On 8Gb modules, where 4Gbit is the only possible density, these and Samsung B-rev are the best ICs you can possibly find.
Speaking of MFR bins, 2666C11 is by far the most interesting one - it's tougher than 2800C12 and not massively overpriced like 2933C12/3000C12. $170 for 2x8Gb of Team is a steal, by today's prices.

@Formula44: The fault is most likely not in the memory but in the platform. I've seen perfectly functional 2000C6 fail specs on Z87 for no reason before.
Edited by Sam OCX - 3/9/14 at 1:17pm
post #3310 of 8077
^^ Ah I see, thanks for the answer. Because i had 2400 sector5 that can do as advertised. smile.gif
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