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post #391 of 8074
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Originally Posted by Reefa_Madness View Post

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
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.

Wow,,,I have the same 8-9-8-24 2133MHz G.Skill kit in my media rig! Didn't know it was "worth" $500! It's currently at 1866MHz using 5-5-5-15 1T timings, which is pretty decent for that speed I think. Might have gone lower too but the motherboard doesn't support timings lower than that.
post #392 of 8074
Are you sure on 933MHz tRCD 5 (x-5-x-x) part?
post #393 of 8074
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Originally Posted by Sam OCX View Post

Are you sure on 933MHz tRCD 5 (x-5-x-x) part?

Yeah, I have all the main timings at the minimum settings the motherboard allows. Since I don't have the APU overclocked, the 1866MHz strap is the highest I can go without touching the bus speed. These timings are totally stable under prime95 and 32m which blew me away. I'm probably going to try those bbse dimms in my FM2 system and see how they do.
post #394 of 8074
That's some sexy ram...try with fm2 asap! biggrin.gif
post #395 of 8074

1000

tuning 32mil at these settings

 

 

Team LV 2133mhz kit, HCH9 

1.83v real

1.26v SA

1.25v VTT

 

tertiary cannot tighten as much as I would like on this kit.. just as well, its low bin and cheap rolleyes.gif ..have not tested cold.. Im not sure how temps will affect my ability to tighten related timings 

post #396 of 8074
what's the lowest stable voltage you can pull a 32M at 1200 9-11-11 or 1300 10-12-12 with Auto subs on those Team?
post #397 of 8074
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Originally Posted by Sam OCX View Post

what's the lowest stable voltage you can pull a 32M at 1200 9-11-11 or 1300 10-12-12 with Auto subs on those Team?

 

 I cant Auto the subs with this BIOS for 2400+ .. it goes way to tight .. like 1-1-1-2-4-1-2-3-3 .. if I set tRWDRDD to 5 and tRRSR & tWWSR to 6 : I have completed 32mil @ 2400mhz with 1.68v

 

**Once I move those tertiary's to 4 .. i need to increase voltage to keep from posting '55' . Which is strange to me.. because I though those particular timings were more IMC related.. ?

 

 I still need to do more lower voltage testing.. right now Im working on maxing things out for 32mil efficiency. RAM keeps scaling so far up to 1.87v real.... just working out the kinks for improving on my previous 32mil time with these sticks...

 

 

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Edited by CL3P20 - 11/21/12 at 1:04pm
post #398 of 8074
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Originally Posted by Sam OCX 
G.Skill internal kits are cheaper

Please educate me...what are "internal kits"?
post #399 of 8074
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Originally Posted by centvalny View Post

Green and black pcbs Gskill 2133 C8 bbse test with Sam's (Tapakah) method..
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While taking a picture of the SN of my two kits of F3-17000CL8D-4GBXMD 8-9-8-24...just like those pictured above from post #159, I noted that both of mine, and also one above with the black PCB are "0690", which denotes Elpida Hypers, as opposed to the pic above with the green PCB which has "0640", which is what most of the BBSE has. In post #159 there is a pic of the IC from the black PCB and it clearly shows BBSE. Could it be mixed?

In other words, I thought these two kits, still sealed and NIB were sporting nice BBSE and instead are coded as Hypers. Now I'm confused.
Edited by Reefa_Madness - 11/21/12 at 7:48pm
post #400 of 8074
I dunno, both my kits are also 0690 and sport the green pcb. If they are in fact hypers, maybe thats why i have so much trouble with them.
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