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post #31 of 37
Mine are in the mail as we speak.


2x2gb 1800mhz
post #32 of 37
No, they will surely work. That's what I'm using them on.



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Anyone tested these on Crosshair IV or heard anything??? Was looking at picking up a set to go along with 1090t but Sales Representative from g.skill said the motherboard could not run the Flare kit at 2000MHz.

Anyone with any input would be great, thanks.
post #33 of 37
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Mine arrived today .
post #34 of 37
Hit us with benches Decimate! I decided on the Ripjaws in my sig just because theyre cheaper, and im unsure if the flares are worth it

[edit] Comon, benches!
Edited by Celeras - 6/23/10 at 12:39am
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Nobody seems to be raving about these, so I think ill just stick with my original choice of Ripjaws when I order this weekend.
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Nobody seems to be raving about these, so I think ill just stick with my original choice of Ripjaws when I order this weekend.
Sorry, I've been real busy lately. These are working fine. Ran 3 full passes of Memtest without a problem. The mobo recognized the timings and speeds without a hitch. I couldn't install the RAM fan, though, because my VenX is too big and gets in the way. I don't have an OS installed yet, so I can't tell you more. I'm sure these will perform very well, though.

I've got work from 9 to 5, and then once I get back, I'm gonna have to reseat the CPU cooler because my 1090T is idling at 40C. I definitely put way too much TIM on there and I didn't tighten the VenX down all the way, so you won't have legit benchmarks from me for a while. Sorry.
Edited by decimator - 6/23/10 at 5:21am
post #37 of 37
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Sorry it's been so long since I last updated you guys with my setup. I've been real busy with work and all. Anyway, I finally got to start playing around with these sticks and right now I'm running memtest loops with settings of DDR3-1600 7-8-7-24-1T at 1.65 vdimm. I've got the 1800MHz CL9 4GB kit, so my next step is to bump the speed up to 1800MHz and see if they will hold the timings or not. I'm aiming to OC my CPU to 4GHz with an HTT of 250MHz (CPU multi of 16), so the best scenario is that I can keep the current RAM divider and run these sticks at DDR3-2000 CL8, although realisically I might have to use CL9. We shall see .

EDIT: Completed 3 full passes of memtest at DDR3-1600 7-8-7-24-1T. I tightened timings to 6-8-6-24-1T and started memtest again. So far, it's completed 1 full pass .
Edited by decimator - 7/26/10 at 8:13pm
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