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I really don't think it can run 1T at 2000 MHz on a AMD setup, but don't know for sure
Yes you can. A-DATA DDR3 2000 can do it.
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Yes you can. A-DATA DDR3 2000 can do it.
but it has to do a lot with the IMC of your CPU
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but it has to do a lot with the IMC of your CPU
I must agree here, I think its my IMC, i can go really low timings of 7 6 6 20 25 all the way up to 1750mhz with it being prime stable, as soon as i increase the HT by 1mhz ram becomes unstable, Even if i use the weakest timings 8 10 10 30 40 , so this proves the IMC cant handle anything above 1750mhz, it was like this with my G.skill trident f3 BBSE and that was on a gigabyte UD5 890gpa with the same 1055t.

Motherboard and ram have been ruled out, I have found a balance between NB speed and ram speed, I guess i will setting for 320mhz HTref which gives me 4.48 at 1.62 and 3.2ghz NB plus the ram running at 1706mhz at 7 6 6 20 26 1t.

It turns out all the x6 thubans that have ram running stable at 2000mhz are 1090t's, there might be a handful of 1055t's that can do 2000mhz prime stable.

Is there no one here who is running ram 2000mhz on a 1055t?

Also anyone know what IC's and chips these sticks are using? i Did a google search and i found 1 picture, all i could make out was Elpida and the chip code started with B, Assuming they might be BDBE BBSE or something along those lines.
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post #24 of 34
If you can, try get some G.Skill Flares @ 2000+ mhz, they work better with Phenom II and i think SHOULD be able to get you at least 1900 mhz...

Thats my opinion...
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If you can, try get some G.Skill Flares @ 2000+ mhz, they work better with Phenom II and i think SHOULD be able to get you at least 1900 mhz...

Thats my opinion...
I'd rather sell this chip and get a 1090t and that way i know for sure if it was the IMC, All i wanted to do was compare 2000mhz with 1700mhz, from what I've read there is not much of a difference after all.
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ohhhhhhhhh


but you have 320 HT...

then is not the ram, is the motherboard

try adding voltage to the NB of the motherboard just a little bit than the default and then try with a higher HT


is has to be the BUS that is holding you back...
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post #27 of 34
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ohhhhhhhhh


but you have 320 HT...

then is not the ram, is the motherboard

try adding voltage to the NB of the motherboard just a little bit than the default and then try with a higher HT


is has to be the BUS that is holding you back...
Its not, cause i have tried running the ram with the highest ram multi, and i can only go 1750 - 1800mhz and the HT is at 290, i have checked the highest stable HT its between 340 - 360mhz depending what NB voltage and HT voltage i use.

I have concluded its the CPU imc, i have isolated all components and it turns out the IMC does not like to run ram above 1800mhz, it can run the ram, but its not stable and BSOD is inevitable, and prime might go for 30 mins with out errors or might error at the first 10 mins, its really random.

Thankyou for all your help, much appreciated.
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post #28 of 34
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Also anyone know what IC's and chips these sticks are using? i Did a google search and i found 1 picture, all i could make out was Elpida and the chip code started with B, Assuming they might be BDBE BBSE or something along those lines.
you have elpida hypers.
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Looks like you win, Elpida Hypers are the best for AMD - they can manage both high speed and low timings at ease with low voltage
How affordable was that kit by the way, I have a hard time enough finding Hypers in stock here in Canada at affordable prices and I'd like to know.
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how do that RAM Elpida hypers looks like?
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