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post #451 of 8074
Hey guys ,has anyone tried these G skill BBSE ,i heard they are good.Any clocks on them?
http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=227
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post #452 of 8074

clocked some of them on SB.. they werent my sticks.. but set straight to 7-9-7-24 @ 2200mhz with ~1.74v .. felt just like my PSC Gskill, just tighter tCRD. Not sure how BBSE is with IB yet.. dont have any good sticks of it to test any more redface.gif


Edited by CL3P20 - 12/2/12 at 8:04am
post #453 of 8074
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clocked some of them on SB.. they werent my sticks.. but set straight to 7-9-7-4 @ 2200mhz with ~1.74v .. felt just like my PSC Gskill, just tighter tCRD. Not sure how BBSE is with IB yet.. dont have any good sticks of it to test any more redface.gif
Thats sounds good ,they are going cheap
post #454 of 8074
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Thats sounds good ,they are going cheap

I would pass on those, most 2000 BBSE I have tested is so so (2400 8-10-7-25)
post #455 of 8074
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I would pass on those, most 2000 BBSE I have tested is so so (2400 8-10-7-25)
Oh thanks Loud,i just don't recall seeing any clocks on them so thought i may ask.
Thanks
post #456 of 8074
Those Ripjaws need not be BBSE, might be PSC as well.
BBSE on 2000C9 Ripjaws and Tridents is not too bad but it might take you a dozen kits to find something really worthwhile on Ivy.
post #457 of 8074
I made that mistake, I was trying to clock my trident 2000Mhz 9-9-9 24 1.6V kit like bbse & thought it was a complete dud, until someone pointed out to look at the serial # & I realized it was PSC.
I do have a trident bbse kit in the mail to try out now...
    
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post #458 of 8074
Thanks Sam , I've missed out on the now they past in at $20 and they had 640 in the code number BBSE?
post #459 of 8074
The serial is the obvious give away for BBSE (0640) and usually 1.65v vs 1040 serial for PSC and they usually come clocked at 1.6v

small but subtle differences:thumb:
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