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Mpower or ud5h? Sounds liike my former board....hated that behavior.
run them in an mvg/f/e and voila.
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There are some slight differences week to week, some sticks are just better than others. I've seen posts with other people running 2133Mhz 9-10-10 at 1.5V, mine can't quite do that.
Kinda weird memory, 2400Mhz with more volts boots up & runs fine when it's there, can stability test & pass pi 32m, etc. But once I shut down it fails the overclock because of the memory settings. Not sure if it's the board or the memory, strange stuff, haven't seen similar behavior with other kits though.
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That was the ud3h being weird, mpower won't boot with the HYKO sticks over the 2200Mhz strap.
I did give them a brief try in the mvg & booted 2600Mhz without effort, it is easy on the memory. The sammy green is for a daily machine so didn't really test much at 2600.
    
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Yeah, no point...I'm gonna get some generic hch9 next, these are too pricey nowadays.
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How hard is it getting this memory to run at 2400 and beyond guys?
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With your setup, it shouldn't be too hard, but you're gonna have to bin through a few different sets and run up to 1.9v and cold air through them to get the highest numbers (2800mhz cl10-12-12 with some luck), and it largely depends on your imc.
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Not sure if average or bad score lol

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Not sure if average or bad score lol


Mmmmmmmmmm it is actually pretty poor considering the overclock you have.

I would look at backing off the voltage. I noticed that if I pump too much voltage through these dimms that my scores actually suffered. I get those scores without launching an optimized windows at 2133 11-11-11-28-1T at 1.5v

When I bench my ram (and I will be when I get my new mobo back) I try to shoot for a 30000 MB/s read or above.
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How hard is it getting this memory to run at 2400 and beyond guys?

Pretty easy, but you got to be careful with your stress testing at 2400mhz. I thought I was 100% stable for months at 2400mhz. I ran every stress test over night, and I had no trouble. I ended up getting BSODs after about 2 months, soooo it is entirely possible, but I would urge you to keep an eye on it. wink.gif
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Mmmmmmmmmm it is actually pretty poor considering the overclock you have.

I would look at backing off the voltage. I noticed that if I pump too much voltage through these dimms that my scores actually suffered. I get those scores without launching an optimized windows at 2133 11-11-11-28-1T at 1.5v

When I bench my ram (and I will be when I get my new mobo back) I try to shoot for a 30000 MB/s read or above.

My sticks aren't as good as others. I was running 1.69v on these test. Best I could do was



Edit: If I try to boot into my regular windows7, with rainmeter and all the other crap, it bluescreens loading it. But with stock w7 and crappy theme it loads fine lol
Edited by Zeek - 1/30/13 at 9:01am
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Pretty easy, but you got to be careful with your stress testing at 2400mhz. I thought I was 100% stable for months at 2400mhz. I ran every stress test over night, and I had no trouble. I ended up getting BSODs after about 2 months, soooo it is entirely possible, but I would urge you to keep an eye on it. wink.gif

What voltage did you have to use for 2400?
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