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True, but be careful though, you probably got several different batches of ram, and each stick could have their own weird quirks. thumb.gif

I will keep that in mind, thanks. Running 4 sticks in quad channel, what is a safe OC? I need to read more as I am unexperienced in this but quad channel at a lower speed can exceed say, dual channel at higher speed? I need to read so pardon my blonde moment.

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2X4G Back in stock at Newegg @ $44.99. They did jack up the price by $5 again(used to be $34.99, then they discontinued/restocked at $39.99, now they did the same thing again).

I got mine for $35. I think they were even $30 at one time.
 
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45$ is good i bought mine for 60€ in Portugal that is +/- 70$
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2133 11-11-11-28 1.5v
Thanks, them are the timings I will use for my initial settings. I don't think anything in the XMP profiles for this RAM will be that high so it will have to be manual. I may need some help when it comes to the UEFI settings as I'm not used to an ASUS board although it looks really easy to navigate.

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I got mine for $35. I think they were even $30 at one time.
It has been 30 on more than 1 occasion. I picked up 4 individual sticks 4-5 days ago when they came back in stock. It wasn't the 2 piece kit but it came out to 91 in total.
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liquidmetal14,

I'm curious, where did you buy those modules and what batch (manufacturing week) are they?

The modules will have something like "1220" just to the right of the "YK0" in the Part # on the actual labels. The chips themselves will have the info on the first row, but instead will usually be a week or two before the module's date, and will only be three digits, so in the case of a "1220" module, the chips would have something like "SEC 219 HYK0" across the first row.

The later date sticks seem to be clocking better, so I'm just trying to see who has what.
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Mine are 1229. I got 1866 9-9-9-24 1T @1.35v. I haven't even tried pushing them higher.
 
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Mine are 1229. I got 1866 9-9-9-24 1T @1.35v. I haven't even tried pushing them higher.

Batch / week 1229 seems to be a decent batch from what I've seen reported.
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liquidmetal14,

I'm curious, where did you buy those modules and what batch (manufacturing week) are they?

The modules will have something like "1220" just to the right of the "YK0" in the Part # on the actual labels. The chips themselves will have the info on the first row, but instead will usually be a week or two before the module's date, and will only be three digits, so in the case of a "1220" module, the chips would have something like "SEC 219 HYK0" across the first row.

The later date sticks seem to be clocking better, so I'm just trying to see who has what.

These are 2012 Week 40 modules, all 4. So YKO 1240.
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How do they overclock?
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These are 2012 Week 40 modules, all 4. So YKO 1240.

Where were they purchased from?

Those are the newest batch that I've seen.
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