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post #941 of 8074
PSC based keepers, (2300 c8's untested atm)

post #942 of 8074
@ Belial:
I'm sorry for being not too explicit in my replies.

As far as I remember, Mushkin did not have any software to measure memory temperature, so I guess you're reading it from heatspreaders via probe or infrared sensor, right? If so, then 49c just shows that HS are doing the job of absorbing heat from the ICs rather well and if you want that temp to be closer to ambient then airflow is the way to go.
Given that memory produces at most 20W of heat across the area of 32 ICs I don't think that default thermal pads are anywhere near their limit hence are in no need of replacement. Of course, perfectionist like yourself might think differently smile.gif

I appreciate your enthusiasm in the idea of 4x2Gb of PSC for daily use. What I was trying to say in my post is that 4x2Gb configuration will be a lot more difficult to stabilise compared to 2x2Gb, in most cases you will be far from what individual kits/modules can achieve. Given that your current 1200MHz CL8 1.75V overclock doesn't provide too much headroom, most likely you will have to back out either in timings (to CL9) or in frequency (to 1100MHz), this is why I think 4x2Gb is not going to work out in your case.
Also, you say that 2x2Gb of PSC costs $20. Yes, but you have to be very lucky for it to be stable at 1200c8 with 1.75 or less at this price, I can't remember more than 3-4 such cases in my two years of binning.

@ Grimly:
tRCD and TRP are still very loose for 1200 and Samsung, have you tried lowering those?
Also, I don't think if 1.2Vccsa is strictly necessary for 3570K to do 1200MHz mem, unless you have a sample with bad IMC which happens to scale from Vccsa so well.

@ 636cc:
Your "keepers" make my 4 kits look like Spartans biggrin.gif
Will be interesting to see how your 2300C8 do. The experience and feedback I had so far was not very convincing.
post #943 of 8074
Nice memory s loud,look forward to seeing some results.I really need to get some more memory's myself wink.gif
+1 Sam
Edited by Bullant - 3/28/13 at 8:11pm
post #944 of 8074
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sam OCX View Post

@ Belial:
I'm sorry for being not too explicit in my replies.

As far as I remember, Mushkin did not have any software to measure memory temperature, so I guess you're reading it from heatspreaders via probe or infrared sensor, right? If so, then 49c just shows that HS are doing the job of absorbing heat from the ICs rather well and if you want that temp to be closer to ambient then airflow is the way to go.
Given that memory produces at most 20W of heat across the area of 32 ICs I don't think that default thermal pads are anywhere near their limit hence are in no need of replacement. Of course, perfectionist like yourself might think differently smile.gif

I appreciate your enthusiasm in the idea of 4x2Gb of PSC for daily use. What I was trying to say in my post is that 4x2Gb configuration will be a lot more difficult to stabilise compared to 2x2Gb, in most cases you will be far from what individual kits/modules can achieve. Given that your current 1200MHz CL8 1.75V overclock doesn't provide too much headroom, most likely you will have to back out either in timings (to CL9) or in frequency (to 1100MHz), this is why I think 4x2Gb is not going to work out in your case.
Also, you say that 2x2Gb of PSC costs $20. Yes, but you have to be very lucky for it to be stable at 1200c8 with 1.75 or less at this price, I can't remember more than 3-4 such cases in my two years of binning.

I agree with this sentiment, to find PSC that is stable at those clocks/timings for $20 is a push, Usually you have to buy a higher binned kit and then still hope for the best.

Three out of four dimms, could pass, still have quite a few dimms left to test.





Sam I hope they clock well, so far I would say the under cold the 2000 c7 Flares have been the best, but I do have some G.Skill 2000 c6 Flares headed my way, not sure if they were ever retail/available:)
Edited by 636cc of fury - 3/28/13 at 9:23pm
post #945 of 8074
I'm surprised that you even consider stuff like Ballistix or 2000C9 having a quad kit of 2400C8. My 2400C8 PIs are excellent on air but fail to scale to LN2. Do yours have the same problem?

2000C6 Flares - not even google knows about them, is it "special source" or just luck finding them on an obscure marketplace? smile.gif
post #946 of 8074
I don't discriminate on any PSC unless it is sub 2000 bin, as quality I feel falls off at that point (though there are some decent 1600 c6 kits) The Rip Z's scale with cold, but I have never given them more than 1.96v, keeping it safe under cold lol

2000 c6 Flares are coming from a friend;)
post #947 of 8074
Only amd inner circle got to play with flare 2000 C6
Edited by centvalny - 3/29/13 at 12:45am
post #948 of 8074
@ Sam

first set of 2300 c8's is looking very nice 1.815v set in bios (P2.0) for PSC 2600 tight profile with ultra tight tertiaries:thumb:

second set took 1.77v for you binning method



the first set did this at 1.84v



and this at 1.815v


Edited by 636cc of fury - 3/29/13 at 3:20am
post #949 of 8074
They look promising loud
post #950 of 8074
MFR SS 2666 C11



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