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The non A one is the rare one, with only one or two ever made. It is also from very begining of 2016 and way, way, way better than the newer tighter version

http://imgur.com/a/kCgMf
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The non A one is the rare one, with only one or two ever made. It is also from very begining of 2016 and way, way, way better than the newer tighter version

http://imgur.com/a/kCgMf

drool.gif That is very nice; VERY NICE.
Impossible to find, naturally.
post #7883 of 8083
Free? Whuut

Yup... no more mem for me. Im out thats retarded
Edited by tatmMRKIV - 7/6/16 at 10:56am
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Free? Whuut

Yup... no more mem for me. Im out thats retarded

Only free because of giftcard or credits from previous returns. I paid $230 + ship
post #7885 of 8083
Talk about people overreacting.

Jeez.
post #7886 of 8083
Hey guys I've sold my current ram and am looking to upgrade to 3600 ram. I am looking for b die but am not 100% sure which sticks are b die. My research shows that the tridentz 3600 cl16 are good but I do not believe they are b die. I'm looking to OC then and use them to further teach myself proper timings etc. any advice on the best ram stick for around $150 for 16GB?


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Hey guys I've sold my current ram and am looking to upgrade to 3600 ram. I am looking for b die but am not 100% sure which sticks are b die. My research shows that the tridentz 3600 cl16 are good but I do not believe they are b die. I'm looking to OC then and use them to further teach myself proper timings etc. any advice on the best ram stick for around $150 for 16GB?


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3600 c16 2x8GB is indeed b-die.

I have a kit of it and it clocks like a champ with volts.
post #7888 of 8083
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Hey guys I've sold my current ram and am looking to upgrade to 3600 ram. I am looking for b die but am not 100% sure which sticks are b die. My research shows that the tridentz 3600 cl16 are good but I do not believe they are b die. I'm looking to OC then and use them to further teach myself proper timings etc. any advice on the best ram stick for around $150 for 16GB?


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3600 c16 2x8GB is indeed b-die.

I have a kit of it and it clocks like a champ with volts.
Well that is exactly what I wanted to hear. I thought I read on the forum the 3600 with lower latency was b die but that model used e die. Very happy to hear I was misunderstood. So as an owner you are happy with them? Do you mind sharing your timings? I hear a few of the secondaries are very loose wondering how they tighten up.


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Well that is exactly what I wanted to hear. I thought I read on the forum the 3600 with lower latency was b die but that model used e die. Very happy to hear I was misunderstood. So as an owner you are happy with them? Do you mind sharing your timings? I hear a few of the secondaries are very loose wondering how they tighten up.


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Here's one of the runs I did for first place i7 6700 XTU, I have one more that's higher but doesn't show timings. IMC on it couldn't handle any better.




Same kit, with my 6700k. I think I may have some pictures of 4100 12-11-11 somewhere, will have to find it though.

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Originally Posted by superkyle1721 View Post

Well that is exactly what I wanted to hear. I thought I read on the forum the 3600 with lower latency was b die but that model used e die. Very happy to hear I was misunderstood. So as an owner you are happy with them? Do you mind sharing your timings? I hear a few of the secondaries are very loose wondering how they tighten up.


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Here's one of the runs I did for first place i7 6700 XTU, I have one more that's higher but doesn't show timings. IMC on it couldn't handle any better.




Same kit, with my 6700k. I think I may have some pictures of 4100 12-11-11 somewhere, will have to find it though.

Wow great secondaries and seems to clock extremely well. What voltage (dram SA and VCCIO) are you running for those timings? Also was this your only bin or did you bin several kits until you found ones capable of running those speeds?

Looks like this will be next kit for sure sorry for all the questions but I don't have the funds to bin multiple so I want to make sure I'm getting the most I can in the price range.


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