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Which forum would they be on? XS?
not sure if it's allowed to advertise sales on other forums here
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Originally Posted by PolRoger View Post

Keepers or rejects?
What voltage/performance threshold are looking for when testing this particular kit?
Rejects.
One stick of these needed 1.70V and could do 1165 tRCD 9, the second held it back at 1.75 and 1150. I sold them to a friend who has a similar uneven kit.
These are by no means a bad kit, it's just that I have something better and don't want to sit on 2133C8 for which I don't have a use.
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I guess he'll reject those considering the Crucials did 7-10-7 with less volts...
You can't directly compare BBSE with PSC. The prior do much better on tRCD, the latter - on voltage.
post #422 of 8074
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Originally Posted by Sam OCX View Post

not sure if it's allowed to advertise sales on other forums hereRejects.
One stick of these needed 1.70V and could do 1165 tRCD 9, the second held it back at 1.75 and 1150. I sold them to a friend who has a similar uneven kit.
These are by no means a bad kit, it's just that I have something better and don't want to sit on 2133C8 for which I don't have a use.You can't directly compare BBSE with PSC. The prior do much better on tRCD, the latter - on voltage.

Good point, and hence why you keep a set or two for each ic type...smart move. thumb.gif
post #423 of 8074
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Originally Posted by Sam OCX View Post

not sure if it's allowed to advertise sales on other forums hereRejects.
One stick of these needed 1.70V and could do 1165 tRCD 9, the second held it back at 1.75 and 1150. I sold them to a friend who has a similar uneven kit.
These are by no means a bad kit, it's just that I have something better and don't want to sit on 2133C8 for which I don't have a use.You can't directly compare BBSE with PSC. The prior do much better on tRCD, the latter - on voltage.

So what would you consider to be strong (cherry ic) for BBSE... ~1200 tRCD 9 at ~1.725v?
Edited by PolRoger - 11/23/12 at 12:51pm
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post #424 of 8074
Best I've seen or had so far is 1180 tRCD 9 and 1.68V for 1200 7-10-7.
post #425 of 8074
strong PSC:D

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seems this is the way to go for high physics on 11, BBSE is close though. . .

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post #426 of 8074
not fair on the PSC, you had only two BBSE sticks on that test biggrin.gif
post #427 of 8074
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Originally Posted by Sam OCX View Post

not fair on the PSC, you had only two BBSE sticks on that test biggrin.gif

Trust me Sam, if I could run BBSE at all in 4X2GB it would have been done, not happening on the MVF or Asrock and tested on multiple chips, not sure very many vendors test 4X2GB BBSE compatibility with high mhz and tight timings:D
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post #429 of 8074
Those Supertalent's look so good xD
I always wanted a set of those...
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Nothing special but it's the best RAM I've had yet.
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