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since the ocz lv blades came out with 9200 and 9600 versions of the 8500s, does that mean that the 8500s are binned tighter now which means less oc'ability? acoma_andy said that they would be binned tighter in the future, and he bought em back in may, has any1 bought the 8500s recently and been able to oc them far?

EDIT: i see the 9200s are priced the same as the 8500s at the egg
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since the ocz lv blades came out with 9200 and 9600 versions of the 8500s, does that mean that the 8500s are binned tighter now which means less oc'ability? acoma_andy said that they would be binned tighter in the future, and he bought em back in may, has any1 bought the 8500s recently and been able to oc them far?

EDIT: i see the 9200s are priced the same as the 8500s at the egg
Look here: http://www.overclock.net/intel-memor...hz-5-a-31.html

The binning has to do with voltage needed, not speed. Almost all of them will get close (if not over) 1200 MHz.
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the best option is OCZ Blade LV1066 or 1200 i just running my 1066 @1270mhz
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post #34 of 43
Underdog on here bought a set of the Blades and could not get them to OC hardly any at all.

On another note, I have a Xiggy1283 (same as the Dark Knight) and you CAN fit tall ram on this board with this cooler. I don't know where you guys are coming from saying tall ram won't fit but please speak with experience


My tall Reapers fitting on my UD3R WITH a 25mm shroud.
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The trident series is very good, I haven't oc'd the 1066 so I'm not sure of it's capabilities. I'm sure it's just as good or better than the PI. I have oc'd the PI and it's pretty nice. 1002MHz @ 4-4-4-12, 1052 @ 5-5-4-17, 1181 @ 6-6-5-17. But of course your bang for the buck is the $49.99 PK. Can take it up to around 1120 with the PK on stock timings. You won't have any fitment issues like the reaper. So in my opinion, it's pretty much paying for what you get and whether or not the extra little bit is worth it for you. It is only $15, but it's "only" to me, may not be to others...

Tim


Edit: Just realized the title of this thread! haha so I'd go with Trident or PI for sure. =)

Edit 2: Forgot to add that the test results were done on 4 sticks 8GB.
Edited by timisyourfriend - 7/13/09 at 7:21pm
post #36 of 43
G. Skill is good stuff, running my ddr2 800 @ 940 and they are at stock volts

i would just get these though

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231166

50$ free shipping
Edited by Josh81 - 7/13/09 at 6:19pm
post #37 of 43
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Underdog on here bought a set of the Blades and could not get them to OC hardly any at all.
Are they LV?
I have yet to see any less than 1150 and most over 1200.
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The trident series is very good, I haven't oc'd the 1066 so I'm not sure of it's capabilities.
That's interesting. I've only seen one result with those. The 1066 barely got past 1100.
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post #38 of 43
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the $50 PKs have a lot of different opinions, sum say they can do sum overclocking, sum say not at all, i want sumthing that can do sum overclocking, which would be better from these 2?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231246
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820146785
post #39 of 43
PKs have different opinions because some people don't know how to OC. with some boards, it's not as simple as just raising voltage and fsb. Sometimes you have to configure advanced timings and that's where people are like.. What the FRUIT? twR tRFC tRC tRASpberry?? Just because it doesn't work after raising voltages and fsb, does not mean it's not overclockable.

Between the two, PI hands down for me. lower voltage, good oc, good chips.

If you want something a tab bit better (OC purposes), you can splash an extra $5 for these:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231194

Tim


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the $50 PKs have a lot of different opinions, sum say they can do sum overclocking, sum say not at all, i want sumthing that can do sum overclocking, which would be better from these 2?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231246
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820146785
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thanks, ill be going with the pi's then =].
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