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I suffer from the AXTU bug in win8.

My vDIMM is 1.595v, VTT is 1.132v.

Its not completely stable under heavy memory usage.... I am trying though
Edited by Xinoxide - 3/23/13 at 9:31pm
post #652 of 1055
Does anyone know what happened to the sales of this memory? I can't find it anywhere and it's been discontinued on Newegg and Amazon. I don't understand this was like a best seller; what happened to it?
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Does anyone know what happened to the sales of this memory? I can't find it anywhere and it's been discontinued on Newegg and Amazon. I don't understand this was like a best seller; what happened to it?

I recommend tou to read this article, this explains why some RAMs have "dissappeared", and why it has been going up in prices as of lately.
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post #654 of 1055
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Originally Posted by IvantheDugtrio View Post

Does anyone know what happened to the sales of this memory? I can't find it anywhere and it's been discontinued on Newegg and Amazon. I don't understand this was like a best seller; what happened to it?

I see you live in California. According to Samsung's site, they're still in stock at Fry's. I'm going to being picking up 8GB this weekend.
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look for Team Group 2133mhz LV kit [HCH9 ic's] ... they are still in stock lots of places, and cheap too  ;)

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look for Team Group 2133mhz LV kit [HCH9 ic's] ... they are still in stock lots of places, and cheap too  wink.gif

These look quite nice as well. I would Be inclined to try them if someone wants to swap for an 8GB kit of Samsung green RAM.
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I see you live in California. According to Samsung's site, they're still in stock at Fry's. I'm going to being picking up 8GB this weekend.
Thanks for the heads up! I'll also be picking up another 8GB kit. Feels bad running dual channel on LGA2011.
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look for Team Group 2133mhz LV kit [HCH9 ic's] ... they are still in stock lots of places, and cheap too  wink.gif

Caution...according to this post by SonDa5, his Team 2133 LV kit was single-sided which would not be using HCH9.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1268061/ocn-ram-addict-club-gallery/680_40#post_19129202
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my kit is double sided HCH9 for sure ;)

 

 

 i would take a profile shot to show the IC's .. but the sticks are in the rig I am posting on :p

 

**I can see from the pic you linked though that the ones he got are indeed single sided.... pay attention to the row of small SMD components near the 'fingers' .. as you can see from my pic... they are spaced nicely on a BrainPower PCB ... the one shown in the other post is on different PCB.. 


Edited by CL3P20 - 3/26/13 at 7:45am
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The earlier kits like yours were HCH9, but they subsequently released some single-sided modules, and the PCB is different, too, as you noted. According to his post, his was a Samsung PCB.
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