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Originally Posted by kennyparker1337 View Post

Paying $750 for a pair of fast DDR3 with DDR4 right around the corner?

You can build a semi-decent complete rig for that much.

Don't get me wrong though, the speed is amazing.

If they made these reachable on the price tag, they would fly off the shelves.

DDR4 is hardly just around the corner, you have at least 1 intel generation and probably 2 AMD generations (if you include their APU stuff, then more) before DDR4 will be used.

It comes with a L2N pot.... an expensive one, and they bin their high end chips to get this line. Yea the price is high, but this is like buying 10 3770k to try to find one that has the IMC capable of 3000, then expecting to return the ones that don't. Except, you know you're getting ram at 3000mhz.

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Time for Samsung to release another ECO line. biggrin.gif

Just think about what Samsung could achieve with a base 2000 MHz 1.35v RAM kookoo.gif

Those ICs with a pcb meant for higher power, :O yea that would be fun.
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may not be as fast, but I have 16GB of corsair ram and my whole pc cost just over $780 smile.gif.
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post #23 of 91
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Sounds like fun. Hasn't intel stated that haswell will be able to handle faster then ddr3 3000 memory? When will 3200 and beyond get released?

Only thing I know about Haswell is that it has much higher bandwidth at the same speeds.
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Ok, I'm not a memory expert, so what is more important low latency or high clock speed? Because those seem to have a high latency.

It's a bit of a trade off... It depends on the programs you're running.
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Originally Posted by Sam OCX View Post

I am quite sure that these are nothing more than a paper monster that's going to be distributed amongst Corsair's biggest fanboys closest friends and will never go into retail.

Otherwise, there are quite a few LOLz involved:
- 1500MHz spec on Ivy Bridge IMC, good luck finding capable one
- 1500MHz spec on a mini-ITX board
- CL12 won't even POST unless you run a special BIOS version.
- Hynix CFR of "above average" quality will easily do 1500MHz CL12 at much, much lower price
- Memory pot (whatever it is) is a useless toy that only jacks up the price since both KC and Corsair have to make extra profits on it. If you extreme enough to have a need for memory pot, you either own one already or have no problems buying it separately.

I think they'll be like the GTX2s... available but prohibitively expensive for most. I know that Planet from Corsair has been testing his sticks on the Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe. Also, we ran these on l0ud_sil3nc3's ASRock OC Formula CL12, so I'm not sure what you mean by a special BIOS.

I agree with the CFR and memory pot points, though.

But hey... it's a cool product aimed at the extreme crowd. You won't hear me complaining!
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I am quite sure that these are nothing more than a paper monster that's going to be distributed amongst Corsair's biggest fanboys closest friends and will never go into retail.

Otherwise, there are quite a few LOLz involved:
- 1500MHz spec on Ivy Bridge IMC, good luck finding capable one
- 1500MHz spec on a mini-ITX board
- CL12 won't even POST unless you run a special BIOS version.
- Hynix CFR of "above average" quality will easily do 1500MHz CL12 at much, much lower price
- Memory pot (whatever it is) is a useless toy that only jacks up the price since both KC and Corsair have to make extra profits on it. If you extreme enough to have a need for memory pot, you either own one already or have no problems buying it separately.

Sam I know how much you love the high mhz stuff:p, and as a fellow enthusiast of memory overclocking I can agree with a number of the points you have listed.

Out of all of the cpu's I have tested I have had two that do over 3050 and only one that is 32M stable at these speeds, so yes finding an IMC is key, and half the battle.

The mini itx board was an Asus P8Z77 V Deluxe board I believe, because the dimms would not run on the MVG/F/E with current bios, but no issues with P.160 on the Asrock OC Formula.

Cas 12 works just fine on both of the above listed boards, nothing special here.

But regardless it was cool to make a 32M run north of 3k even if it is not bench competitive for 32M. I hope we all find a way to make the high mhz stuff as fast or faster than cold PSC / BBSE on next gen platforms. Regardless I know we are both stocked on good PSC / BBSE for Haswell, and I look forward to seeing results from you sir:thumb:
post #25 of 91
Perfect for the A10 6800K, but at that price point, you're better off getting some GDDR5 and somehow kludging them so the DDR3 memory controller can operate...

Or just get a 7970 and an i5.
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For people like me who like excess... biggrin.gif
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My god, this is so overkill... I should go tell Soth.
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Those timings are looser than a...well...they're quite loose.
   
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If I had that kind of money, I would just save it for a titan.
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Those timings are looser than a...well...they're quite loose.

 

Those timings are needed for 3ghz + Air ... consider most folks north of that speed are subzero.. and only a handful running dual channel Im sure. Those sticks are veryvery high bin.. anything thats been hand-weeded out from the rest of the crop by meticulous testing is bound to carry a premium.

 

 **I think Corsiar is hoping to attract some new XOC'rs with big wallets to the 'table' with this kit.. I mean.. are the RAM even going to be made available without the mem pot..?wth.gif

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