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post #11 of 18
Well, this is quote from Super Talent in regards of the D9 ICs that was e-mailed to a member at XS:

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First, we do not specify which chip we use in our Overclocking modules. We specify the clock speed, latency values, and voltage that the modules are tested and guaranteed to operate at. What really matters to customers is what speed the modules can run at, so that's naturally how we specify the modules. But we can use any chip that meets our specifications. Our reasoning for this is simple. When you buy a Super Talent module you're not just buying a bunch of chips on a PCB; you're buying all the testing that we put into the module, and our quality guarantee -- we stand behind the product. The vast majority of our OC modules are capable of running well over their rated specs.

Also, to offer the best possible price and availability we need to be able to qualify multiple chip sources for each module (when possible). We work tirelessly to drive our costs down and improve our availability and lead-times for each product, but we need the flexibility to use more than one chip brand to be competitive. Of course our competitors do the same thing -- they use a variety of chip vendors for their 800MHz parts to drive costs down.

For customers who want the exceptional performance of Micron D9, they can buy our top speed grade modules since currently we use only Micron D9 on our 1000MHz kits. Of course these Micron D9 based modules are considerably more expensive and have very long lead times, so it's not a good volume production product. If you're interested in testing our 1000MHz kits I'm sure we can support you.

If you experienced any issues with our 800MHz kits, I can't imagine why since we haven't seen any quality issues with these kits. Our test process in production is very intensive, and like I said, the majority of our 800MHz kits can run at nearly 900MHz. We'll be glad to replace any bad kit you may have.

You can contact me any time for help with questions or issues. I'll be glad to help in any way I can.

Best Regards,
Joe James
Marketing Director
SuperTalent Technology
www.supertalent.com
Seems like, from what the guy says, that the DR2 800 kit could run nearly at 900mhz, which is decent still.

So, good luck with the Super Talent and BTW, the timings at DDR2 800 are great, 4-4-3-8.
post #12 of 18
Greetings,

I am using Patriot Extreme 6400. Runs flawleesly at 440 (880 effective) w/ the timings @ 4-4-4-8 and the VDIMM 2.15

Runs at 900, but I throttled back for the 24/7 clock speeds in my system specs.
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post #13 of 18
Syrillian; are you using the PDC22G6400LLK model? I've been always curious to know how much juice those can squeeze out before any issue.
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Syrillian; are you using the PDC22G6400LLK model? I've been always curious to know how much juice those can squeeze out before any issue.
The Sales Slip says, "PEP21G6400LL", the SKU is 879699002387

I have run the voltage at 2.1 and at 2.2, but I have settled at 2.15... seems to be the happy median.

Took a looksee at the link... that seems to be the one.
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post #15 of 18
You should try and get your hands on some 2GB Team Xtreem PC6400C4.
This memory is serieusly fast and not too expencive. I bought for €275 here EU-land, so that probably you can get it across the pond for $275.

DDR 1000 4-4-4-10 @ 2.25V = Pretty damn fast
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Will i have any problems with my current kingston ddr2 4200 533mhz, if i change the bios settings to 2.2v and 4-4-3-8 timings............i sold this ram on ebay and am about to take it out to ship it. I got the super talent ddr2 800 and i read it wouldnt boot, and to change the the volts and timings with another pair of ram. I havent recieved the new ram yet but need to remove my current ram now to ship it off, should i change the settings right before i remove it, and will that hurt the kingston ram at all ?
    
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post #17 of 18
Hello!

I saw that you have a P5B Deluxe Motherboard with Supertalent Memory. The same configuration I ordered a few days ago and I'm waiting for it, i hope to have ist on friday

What's up with the RAM? Does the Motherboard starts without any problems with the supertalent 800 cl4 or does I need low-end ram with 1,8v to set up the bios?

I hope, you can answer this important question for me thanks
post #18 of 18
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...... I got the super talent ddr2 800 and i read it wouldnt boot........
Using P5B Deluxe, E6600 and your ram model, after reading this post: http://www.overclock.net/1533028-post8.html , from this man: http://www.overclock.net/member.php?u=18897 , I did this:


    
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