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Ive had both kits... trident X 2400Mhz and the 2600Mhz... They are very far apart in performance.. actually i had a ripjaws x 2133mhz kit that performed better than that 2400mhz kit.
I'm no expert, but i think the 2400mhz kit has lower quality parts. Just assuming from experience.

Which 2400 kit did you have? The newer CL9, or the "original" CL10 with the single-sided modules? Those were pretty much hit, or miss, as the ones that shipped with double-sided Hynix clocked well, and the single-sided Samsungs topped out around 2500-2550 for most people. These newer CL9s appear to be better, although without results from more samples it is hard to be sure.

BTW, I previously posted that perhaps the 2400s were also sporting HKY0, but now I'm thinking that I've seen people post that the IC numbering was "1500", instead of "2500". Is that right? If so, then they are probably different ICs than the 2666 CL10 kits.
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Which 2400 kit did you have? The newer CL9, or the "original" CL10 with the single-sided modules? Those were pretty much hit, or miss, as the ones that shipped with double-sided Hynix clocked well, and the single-sided Samsungs topped out around 2500-2550 for most people. These newer CL9s appear to be better, although without results from more samples it is hard to be sure.
BTW, I previously posted that perhaps the 2400s were also sporting HKY0, but now I'm thinking that I've seen people post that the IC numbering was "1500", instead of "2500". Is that right? If so, then they are probably different ICs than the 2666 CL10 kits.

Yes i did have the original DDR3-2400 PC3 19200, 8GB (2x4GB), 10-12-12-31-2N, 1.65V.
Those were pretty shoddy for the frequency they were at. Even OCed, the performance scaling was minor and below average. But then again, what do you expect from a cheap cost RAM kit.

I wasn't aware they revised that kit? There is a new double sided CL9 2400Mhz kit? Whats the performance like compared to its predecessor ?

EDIT: I just checked the G.skill website.... no sign of these new CL9 2400MHz kit you speak of
Edited by Renairy - 11/20/12 at 3:08pm
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This picture was just posted up over at XS within the last day. The newer GSkill DDR3-2666 CL10 kit appears to be sporting the Samsung HYK0s (same as used in the generic Samsung Low Profile / Low Voltage modules) and not HCH9s. Makes me wonder if that's what is under the hood of the DDR3-2400 CL9 kits (like SonDa5 has), as well. Might explain why they aren't behaving quite like expected with voltages and such.
yeah.. noticed this pic today ..made me scratch my head ..(updated OP with xxx2500xxx)
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Yes i did have the original DDR3-2400 PC3 19200, 8GB (2x4GB), 10-12-12-31-2N, 1.65V.
Those were pretty shoddy for the frequency they were at. Even OCed, the performance scaling was minor and below average. But then again, what do you expect from a cheap cost RAM kit.
I wasn't aware they revised that kit? There is a new double sided CL9 2400Mhz kit? Whats the performance like compared to its predecessor ?
EDIThttp://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=577: I just checked the G.skill website.... no sign of these new CL9 2400MHz kit you speak of

Here you go...

http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=577


http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=578
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BTW, I previously posted that perhaps the 2400s were also sporting HKY0, but now I'm thinking that I've seen people post that the IC numbering was "1500", instead of "2500". Is that right? If so, then they are probably different ICs than the 2666 CL10 kits.

SonDa's 2400C9 kit has 1500 series serial number and confirmed HCH9 ic while my 2666C10 kit also has a 2500 series serial number and (12/Nov) date... So I'm thinking my kit has HYK0 too.
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I'm not sure whether this pattern applies in general case, but so far all HCH9-confirmed G.Skill kit that I had or seen properly tested seem to react to voltage above 1.65V much better compared to HYK0-confirmed G.Skill kits.
Case in point, HYK0 2400C9 TridentX bought this week - do 1340MHz CL10 at 1.60V, won't do 1375MHz even at 1.75.
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(double post, who cares)

As some may have seen, low-binned Hynix MFR can do 1300 10-12-12 and 1200 9-12-11 at 1.65V.
Of course, it's only 32M stable, but it's an alarming indication that with better binning we might soon see singlesided (MFR) versions of 2400C9 and 2600C10 mems.
On the flipside, 8Gb/stick versions of 2400C9 and 2600C10 might also come soon.
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I'm not sure whether this pattern applies in general case, but so far all HCH9-confirmed G.Skill kit that I had or seen properly tested seem to react to voltage above 1.65V much better compared to HYK0-confirmed G.Skill kits.
Case in point, HYK0 2400C9 TridentX bought this week - do 1340MHz CL10 at 1.60V, won't do 1375MHz even at 1.75.

Yeah, that's what I was trying to get at with my earlier post. Seems that some of these new GSkills that first appeared to be using HCH9s, but not responding to the voltage as expected, may very well be HYK0.

On the other hand, some of the 2666 CL10 kits have run at 2800+ over at XS (perhaps cherry-picked reviewer samples?). Maybe GSkills is doing the bait-and-switch_IC game again.

If so, I swear I'll quit buying their high-end parts and stick to buying used parts that have a proven track record. I say that because I've got a kit of the 2400 CL9 and one of the 2666 CL10 on their way to me.
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A page or two back it was mentioned that the prices of BBSE is getting a little out of hand...

Check this out...I'd say this fella is real proud of his ram. I've got two kits of this stuff (BNIB - sealed) and if anyone wants a kit for half his asking price, they are yours! smile.gif Just kidding folks.
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THE BBSE'S - GSkill Ripjaws X 2133mhz 8-9-8-24 1.65v!!!
Good day!

Well, this is it, I'm might sell my really powerfull BBSE's kit of GSkill Ripjaws X 2133mhz 8-9-8-24 1.65v. They are absolutly powerfull. They can easilly do 2600mhz on my CPU whitch it's IMC sucks see for yourself:

I've also booted with them and with this CPU ate 2666mhz at 8-11-7-22

Well, I do not need to sell them, so this will be only a matter a good oportunity.

The price is 500$ shipped. The price is firm. If you want them, they have their price.

Cheers to all!

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?283952-THE-BBSE-S-GSkill-Ripjaws-X-2133mhz-8-9-8-24-1.65v!!!&p=5153929#post5153929

Reminds me of the S939 days after original BH-5 was no longer available (and Samsung TCCD hadn't hit the market yet) and 2 x 512MB kits of Corsair and Mushkin were going for $500 on eBay.
Edited by Reefa_Madness - 11/21/12 at 7:10pm
post #390 of 8074
$500 for 2133C8 is just beyond ridicilous. G.Skill internal kits are cheaper, ffs
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