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post #481 of 8074
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Originally Posted by kow_ciller View Post

They use some newer D9 IC's.
There are plenty of reviews for the 2x4gb sets of Ballistix Elite. Although they should be on the same IC's

Hey kow ciller, do you have a link to the Ballistix Elite reivew you are referencing? I have some Ballistix Tactical Tracer which seems pretty decent. They can do 2270MHz at 8-8-8-24 timings on my FM2 system. Haven't tested them in the Sandy rig or FM1 system yet.
post #482 of 8074
That's actually pretty nice! biggrin.gif
Didn't expect that from d9's...

Quick question for the pros here: what's the point in high mhz/loose timings ram for competitive benching besides max clocks?
post #483 of 8074
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Originally Posted by ivanlabrie View Post

what's the point in high mhz/loose timings ram for competitive benching besides max clocks?
Apart from e-peen / bragging rights, going over 1400MHz makes no sense at all.
post #484 of 8074
Still, 1400mhz seems like quite a stretch...seeing all those threads at XS with dominator platinum/2666c10 kits doing 1400mhz cl9 I start to wonder if those are worth it or if a good psc/bbse kit can trump them anyway. (Which to my understanding is the case)

I'm gonna have to learn to tweak subs properly, perhaps the ROG bios presets are a good start? Getting an mvg soon...
Edited by ivanlabrie - 12/7/12 at 6:15am
post #485 of 8074
Good PSC or BBSE are ridicilously hard to find, in the end they will cost you more than a high-binned 1400C9-capable Samsung set and they will only beat those Samsungs when put under cold.

ROG presets are wrong in many ways, but still better than nothing for a start.
post #486 of 8074
I have a bbse and a psc kit already...you think 1400c9 beats 1200 c7-11-7-24?
I have lots to learn still, I only know how to tweak certain timings but most of the tertiaries are completely foreign to me.
post #487 of 8074
I'd say you need at least 1300 8-11-7 (BBSE) or 1333 8-12-7 (PSC) to compete with 1400 9-12-12.
post #488 of 8074
Some tests of my retail GSkill TridentX 2400C9 2x4GB kit with "2500" serial number...HYK0?? I haven't removed the heatspreader to confirm ic. Running an ASUS MVG/3570K... BIOS 1309



2400 9-11-11-28-1T 1.595v dram - Samsung 2x4GB medium preset:

2400 9-11-11-28-1T 1.615v dram - auto subs: (note: Higher MemTweakit efficiency score with auto at 2400 vs. Samsung medium preset)

2600 10-12-12-28-1T 1.585v dram - auto subs:

2600 10-12-12-25-1T 1.600v dram - Samsung 2x4GB medium preset:

2666 10-12-12-31-1T 1.660v dram - auto subs: (note: The imc of my 3570K is not as strong when running 2666 speeds vs. 2400/2600)

2666 11-13-13-31-1T 1.660v dram - Samsung 2x4Gb medium preset:

Edited by PolRoger - 12/7/12 at 12:58pm
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post #489 of 8074
2666c10 with auto is pretty strong it seems...
Can you tighten anything further?
post #490 of 8074
Maybe... I was really just trying to convey for this particular kit... the ~minimum dram voltages for 32M stability at 2400/2600/2666 speeds.
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