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SonDa5... I bought another set of the wonder ram, just to try out again, and after updating my bio I've had some nice results. With my i5-2400 I have my Ram running at 1922 at 8-9-9-25 at 1.5 volts. I'm debating if I want to try any more, or just be happy with that biggrin.gif
I'm contemplating replacing my parent's ram with my g.skill kit in 2 weeks when I go home for winter vacation and then have 16g in my build rolleyes.gif


I haven't tried the Sammys since updating my Z77 Mpower BIOS and will check it out again. The Crucial kit I posted about above also didn't over clock very well. Right now I am using a new set of Gskill 2x4GB kit of 2400mhz CL9 kit which costed about $100. This kit uses Samsung ram IC and has custom PCB. The sticks are fast. I can over clock them to almost 2700mhz CL10. So I am very happy with them. Never had any luck with the low profile Samsungs. Glad that you found a good set.

My new RAM with the Sammy ICs.

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the black PCB's definitely make any ram module look quite awesome! even without fancy heat sinks!

I too have never had any real trouble with g.skill, I had one kit which wouldn't be stable in XMP, RMA'd them and got a nice new kit which worked fine,

Do you plan on leaving those ram bare or putting the heatsinks back on? Personally I think bare looks pretty good! thumb.gif
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the black PCB's definitely make any ram module look quite awesome! even without fancy heat sinks!
I too have never had any real trouble with g.skill, I had one kit which wouldn't be stable in XMP, RMA'd them and got a nice new kit which worked fine,
Do you plan on leaving those ram bare or putting the heatsinks back on? Personally I think bare looks pretty good! thumb.gif


Using a different heat sink that I had laying around. biggrin.gif Took the heat sinks off originally to look at ICs. Its a new kit and not alot of info was available on them at first.

Heatsinks are Xigmatek Dragoon HDT N422


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