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post #631 of 8074
HC10 is only a part of the PN, it says nothing about used ICs.
These Team most likely are single-sided Hynix MFR or Samsung B-rev.
post #632 of 8074
Hynix mfr can do those timings at 1200mhz?
post #633 of 8074
It was shown that 2400C11-rated MFR can do 32M at 1200MHz CL9 at 1.65V, so full stability at that frequency is only a matter of better binning.
Also, 1333MHz at x-12-12-x by Ivanqu suggest that 1200MHz at x-11-11-x shouldn't be too difficult.
Put these factors together, and it turns out that even the DDR3-2400 9-11-11 stuff can theoretically be single-sided MFR. Practically, it's not very likely as the makers are more interested in putting their best MFR on expensive DDR3-2666+ rated sticks rather than $90 2400C9.
Still, even the MFR rejects should do 1200MHz 10-12-12 fairly easy.
post #634 of 8074
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Originally Posted by Sam OCX View Post

It was shown that 2400C11-rated MFR can do 32M at 1200MHz CL9 at 1.65V, so full stability at that frequency is only a matter of better binning.
Also, 1333MHz at x-12-12-x by Ivanqu suggest that 1200MHz at x-11-11-x shouldn't be too difficult.
Put these factors together, and it turns out that even the DDR3-2400 9-11-11 stuff can theoretically be single-sided MFR. Practically, it's not very likely as the makers are more interested in putting their best MFR on expensive DDR3-2666+ rated sticks rather than $90 2400C9.
Still, even the MFR rejects should do 1200MHz 10-12-12 fairly easy.

Great didn't know that...I have enough psc and bbse for now though. redface.gif
post #635 of 8074
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Originally Posted by Sam OCX View Post

HC10 is only a part of the PN, it says nothing about used ICs.
These Team most likely are single-sided Hynix MFR or Samsung B-rev.

I thought it was the part that determined what the IC was. biggrin.gif


Picked up a new set of RAM today that I am hoping use Samsung HCH9 IC since they work well with my motherboard.


Before I open them does somebody know what IC they have and how performance is? I got them hoping they are Samsung HCH9 but I am not sure what they are now.

Team Xtreem LV 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 2133 (PC3 17000) Desktop Memory Model TXD38192M2133HC9NDC-L

Here they are still sealed in their package.





Edited by SonDa5 - 1/23/13 at 3:10am
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Bump for some help on the ram above. I thought it had Samsung HCH9 IC on it. Can somebody that knows confirm the IC and if it is compatible with my Mpower Z77 motherboard?
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post #637 of 8074
The look of it (capacitors on the front) suggests that these are dual-sided modules. It would be quite hard for Hynix CFR to do 1066MHz CL9 at 1.5V at this price point, so I would put these on D-rev Samsung.
post #638 of 8074
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The look of it (capacitors on the front) suggests that these are dual-sided modules. It would be quite hard for Hynix CFR to do 1066MHz CL9 at 1.5V at this price point, so I would put these on D-rev Samsung.

Thanks. I hope they are Samsung. The little capacitors on the front look just like the ones on my low profile 30nm Samsung Green sticks from batch 12/29 that I got not too long ago. Those use HYKO which doesn't work out well for my mother board. Need Samsung. Did a bunch of google searches and couldnt find anything on them. Thanks for your help. I am going to open them up and try them out.
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post #639 of 8074
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Those use HYKO which doesn't work out well for my mother board. Need Samsung.

HYK0s are Samsung. smile.gif

I'm guessing you meant to say that you need HCH9.
post #640 of 8074
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Originally Posted by Sam OCX View Post

It was shown that 2400C11-rated MFR can do 32M at 1200MHz CL9 at 1.65V, so full stability at that frequency is only a matter of better binning.
Also, 1333MHz at x-12-12-x by Ivanqu suggest that 1200MHz at x-11-11-x shouldn't be too difficult.
Put these factors together, and it turns out that even the DDR3-2400 9-11-11 stuff can theoretically be single-sided MFR. Practically, it's not very likely as the makers are more interested in putting their best MFR on expensive DDR3-2666+ rated sticks rather than $90 2400C9.
Still, even the MFR rejects should do 1200MHz 10-12-12 fairly easy.

It would appear, based on clocks and timings, that this model available at the Egg is probably sporting the same parts under the hood as the GEIL Evo Veloce 2400 kit you linked in your post. Would you agree? Parts number is identical, except that the Veloce kit starts of with GEV (GEIL Evo Veloce) and this one is GEL (GEIL Evo Leggara).

GeIL EVO Leggara Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 2400 (PC3 19200) Desktop Memory Model GEL38GB2400C11ADC

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820144642

Thinking about grabbing a kit just to see how it runs. Prefer how the looks of the Veloce heatsinks, but I can live with the Leggara. After all, it is what's under the spreaders that I'm interested in anyways.
Edited by Reefa_Madness - 1/23/13 at 5:54am
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