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The trident X are popular since they are basically the same chips as the comparable corsair kits at a cheaper price. Binning is a part of it for pretty much all hardware.
There have been a fair number of kits out there which get used, but have never been available to the public or were very limited (stores got some, but one shipment of a few kits, & never seen again). There are a few kits I would love to find...
i would take these any day
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233285
over what i have now wich are these. and they stink, well i think they do i tried 2600 couldnt get it,. but i got 2400mhz 9-11-11-31 @1.725v mad.gif is that bad ?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231587
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Originally Posted by FtW 420 View Post

The trident X are popular since they are basically the same chips as the comparable corsair kits at a cheaper price. Binning is a part of it for pretty much all hardware.
There have been a fair number of kits out there which get used, but have never been available to the public or were very limited (stores got some, but one shipment of a few kits, & never seen again). There are a few kits I would love to find...

...sometimes it could just be luck - on the 6x VM 3770 machines, we run 32GB of 1600MHz Ripjaws (matched quad kits)...of the 6, all can OC pretty good, but 1 kit can hit 2000MHz plus at tight timings, while the others don't much like to go beyond 1866MHz - all were bought at the same place, though at different times...similar story on the TridentX quad kits - all OC, but one stands out even though it has got the same label / price...law of large numbers, I guess...
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i would take these any day
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233285
over what i have now wich are these. and they stink, well i think they do i tried 2600 couldnt get it,. but i got 2400mhz 9-11-11-31 @1.725v mad.gif is that bad ?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231587

...try 10 10 12 30 @ 1.67v / 2400MHz w/fast Ram settings in Bios (depending on your Bios of course)
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i would take these any day
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233285
over what i have now wich are these. and they stink, well i think they do i tried 2600 couldnt get it,. but i got 2400mhz 9-11-11-31 @1.725v mad.gif is that bad ?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231587

Your kit is kind of random, ic wise...2400c9 is Samsung d-rev, 2400c11 some form of Hynix and yours too. Is it dual or single sided?
That makes a big difference. Only get double sided kits for best efficiency. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Joa3d43 View Post

...sometimes it could just be luck - on the 6x VM 3770 machines, we run 32GB of 1600MHz Ripjaws (matched quad kits)...of the 6, all can OC pretty good, but 1 kit can hit 2000MHz plus at tight timings, while the others don't much like to go beyond 1866MHz - all were bought at the same place, though at different times...similar story on the TridentX quad kits - all OC, but one stands out even though it has got the same label / price...law of large numbers, I guess...

IMC is the name of the game guys...If the chip can't boot at whatever timings and volts over certain megahurz range, you're screwed most of the time.

Good and bad news, my MVG is confirmed dead, and my 3770k and rams are fine.
I'll be mailing it to Texas for RMA, it should take a month or two. frown.gif
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i would take these any day
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233285
over what i have now wich are these. and they stink, well i think they do i tried 2600 couldnt get it,. but i got 2400mhz 9-11-11-31 @1.725v mad.gif is that bad ?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231587

The kit you have is probably better than the corsair kit, I think those are hynix ICs in both, the 2400 c10 is likely higher bin. The trident kit you have should be better for loosening timings to get higher speed, the samsung kits generally do a bit tighter timings but don't reach as high frequencies.
    
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I agree with MkHunt. But if you want it to look pretty, you could always use 2 rotary adapters from frozencpu
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/13679/ex-tub-974/Phobya_60_Angled_G14_Female_to_G14_Male_Rotary_Extender_-_Black_Nickel_64181.html?tl=g30c497s1504
Probably closer to the resistance of the U bent tubing, in case you wanted the metal look. Just a suggestion.
Thanks for the suggestion. I will look into those.
I think my plan will be to set it up as simple as possible at first, then worry about looks later. I have a feeling I am going to mess something up with this being my first water cooled expansion.
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That's weird. Do they have other 690 blocks? It should have one on top and one on bottom. I mean what if you wanted to have quad SLI with 2 690s?
That is the only way they make it, two holes on the bottom. They include a link that is a 90 degree for both holes so then you can add another link, which you have to order, to make the fittings go up. If you have two 690s I think you use the included links on both, then order a sli bridge than connects those two links.

I am just figuring all this stuff out as I go. I asked beforehand about everything, but being told things are compatible and them being compatible in real life are not the same.
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i would take these any day
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820233285
over what i have now wich are these. and they stink, well i think they do i tried 2600 couldnt get it,. but i got 2400mhz 9-11-11-31 @1.725v mad.gif is that bad ?
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820231587
I have those TridentX too, haven’t tried any oc yet though, just running standard XMP at 2400, 10-12-12-31 at 1.65v.
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Your kit is kind of random, ic wise...2400c9 is Samsung d-rev, 2400c11 some form of Hynix and yours too. Is it dual or single sided?
That makes a big difference. Only get double sided kits for best efficiency. thumb.gif
IMC is the name of the game guys...If the chip can't boot at whatever timings and volts over certain megahurz range, you're screwed most of the time.

Good and bad news, my MVG is confirmed dead, and my 3770k and rams are fine.
I'll be mailing it to Texas for RMA, it should take a month or two. frown.gif

Ivan, just saw this http://www.hwbot.org/newsflash/1978_intel_extreme_overclocking_workshop_in_buenos_aires_argentina_on_april_10

Might make you feel better to see other peoples hardware take a beating if it's close & you have free time.
    
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Your kit is kind of random, ic wise...2400c9 is Samsung d-rev, 2400c11 some form of Hynix and yours too. Is it dual or single sided?
That makes a big difference. Only get double sided kits for best efficiency. thumb.gif
IMC is the name of the game guys...If the chip can't boot at whatever timings and volts over certain megahurz range, you're screwed most of the time.

Good and bad news, my MVG is confirmed dead, and my 3770k and rams are fine.
I'll be mailing it to Texas for RMA, it should take a month or two. frown.gif

...at least the 3770K is ok...

...you're right on the IMC, but per earlier posts, I use the single 3770K to test out ALL kits (including those for the 3770 VMs) as I know that its IMC can handle it...unfortunately for the 3770K, it had to give up its own set of the fastest kit of 32GB Trident to the ROG RIVE/ 3970X...it's sulking rolleyes.gif
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Ivan, just saw this http://www.hwbot.org/newsflash/1978_intel_extreme_overclocking_workshop_in_buenos_aires_argentina_on_april_10

Might make you feel better to see other peoples hardware take a beating if it's close & you have free time.

...or save some travel bucks and watch that crazy dude on YouTube fry old hardware in his drive way - like sending 220v to an AMD CPU, or run things without any heat-sink...I think he must have had a bad childhood experience with computers biggrin.gif
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Hey guys. Just got home and I'm so stuffed. Think I'm going to take apart the fan controller and remove some of the cables I'm not using. Just added two 200mm fans on the top to act as a "pull" for my H100i just to move a little more air. I was just thinking about it and do you guys think I should reverse the rear exhaust so I can feed the H100i some fresh air? I figure when you have a radiator on the top and an exhaust in the rear the two would be fighting for air to throw out of the case. This way it will all be concentrated to go through the top and the rear intake would cool down the hot air headed out the top. Is my logic right? I know the two additional 200mm fans aren't going to help much, but I figure that it will help a little bit.
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