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Anything that runs 1866 will be fine, most likely. Those Samsung sticks Adrenaline posted, if you can find them, can typically clock to 1866, as well. Something that is listed as default speed 1866 is more likely to run stable at that speed, though.
    
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The Ares 2133CL9 are perfect for AM3+ platform. Or you can fart around with the 30nm samsungs that may or may not be stable at high frequency on AM3+.

http://gskill.com/products.php?index=488
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The Ares 2133CL9 are perfect for AM3+ platform. Or you can fart around with the 30nm samsungs that may or may not be stable at high frequency on AM3+.

http://gskill.com/products.php?index=488

LOL- Is that supposed to be a joke?



I see your G-skill set managed to get a whole 12.3 GB/s. I guess I can live with faster than your GSkills for $30 less and 1.28 volts instead of the 1.9 volts you bragged about pumping through that GSkill set to get them above 12 GB/s. rolleyes.gif
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The Ares 2133CL9 are perfect for AM3+ platform. Or you can fart around with the 30nm samsungs that may or may not be stable at high frequency on AM3+.
http://gskill.com/products.php?index=488
LOL- Is that supposed to be a joke?

I see your G-skill set managed to get a whole 12.3 GB/s. I guess I can live with faster than your GSkills for $30 less and half the voltage. rolleyes.gif[/quote]

The Samsungs are good sticks, but the fact is you can't count on every single set of Samsung RAM clocking that well. He was simply suggesting RAM that defaults to 1866 so it has a better chance of actually reaching those clocks.
    
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The Ares 2133CL9 are perfect for AM3+ platform. Or you can fart around with the 30nm samsungs that may or may not be stable at high frequency on AM3+.
http://gskill.com/products.php?index=488
LOL- Is that supposed to be a joke?

I see your G-skill set managed to get a whole 12.3 GB/s. I guess I can live with faster than your GSkills for $30 less and half the voltage. rolleyes.gif

The Samsungs are good sticks, but the fact is you can't count on every single set of Samsung RAM clocking that well. He was simply suggesting RAM that defaults to 1866 so it has a better chance of actually reaching those clocks.

Show me some slow ones.
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LOL- Is that supposed to be a joke?

I see your G-skill set managed to get a whole 12.3 GB/s. I guess I can live with faster than your GSkills for $30 less and 1.28 volts instead of the 1.9 volts you bragged about pumping through that GSkill set to get them above 12 GB/s. rolleyes.gif

I haven't put 1.9v to my G.skills, so I'm not sure where you get that. They actually run at .05v above stock.

I do run higher core voltages on my FX-4100 than the average user because my chip is leaky.

I've yet to see any proof of stable high clocks with the samsung 30nm's on an AMD platform.

You know your own settings in your screenshot are nowhere near stable for everyday use. Anybody can post a quick bench, but that isn't useful for recommending RAM for someone to buy.

I actually use my G,skills at DDR3-2000CL8 1T 24/7 rock solid stable on my AMD platform.

And as far as price goes, I spent less on my ripjawx than you did on your Samsungs, and they came with a gift biggrin.gif



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Show me some slow ones.

Show me some stable ones on AMD.

Not to take anything away from your benchmark. It's a good score. If it's not a fluke, you should run it again and post your results in the AMD MaxxMem thread.

Heck, I've even been able to boot up at DDR3-2500, stable enough to bench hell no.

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I haven't put 1.9v to my G.skills, so I'm not sure where you get that. They actually run at .05v above stock.
I do run higher core voltages on my FX-4100 than the average user because my chip is leaky.
I've yet to see any proof of stable high clocks with the samsung 30nm's on an AMD platform.
You know your own settings in your screenshot are nowhere near stable for everyday use. Anybody can post a quick bench, but that isn't useful for recommending RAM for someone to buy.
I actually use my G,skills at DDR3-2000CL8 1T 24/7 rock solid stable on my AMD platform.
And as far as price goes, I spent less on my ripjawx than you did on your Samsungs, and they came with a gift biggrin.gif


Show me some stable ones on AMD.
Not to take anything away from your benchmark. It's a good score. If it's not a fluke, you should run it again and post your results in the AMD MaxxMem thread.
Heck, I've even been able to boot up at DDR3-2500, stable enough to bench hell no.

Actually that is Jagged's 24/7 set up.
    
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I have yet to hear a report about anybody having stability problems with Samsung 30 nm RAM. They are amazingly adaptable , tunable, and yes stable, at an astoundingly wide spectrum of speeds and timings; this,along with the fact that they are $47/8GB, is why they are so popular. I personally have not had any RAM that performs like this before. If you are convinced otherwise Damric, then don't get any. Problem solved. wink.gif
    
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