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    Should I leave the list combined for both the CHVF and CHVF-Z
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post #5511 of 9900
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Originally Posted by Satanello View Post

Samsung are very good memories for high frequency but Micron chips are generally better for tight timings and lower frequency.
Gskill sell 1600 7-8-8 @ 1,5V and my Tactical can do 1600 8-8-8 @ only 1,35v so at 1866 your Samsung chip requires 1,6v and mine only 1,5.
nothing special but this is typical for these kind o chip.

So you misstated your case. G.Skill easily has as tight or tighter timings that Samsung, but at a higher voltage.
post #5512 of 9900
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Originally Posted by felix View Post

I also have Trident-X, the 2400C9 kit, and i also ran them 1866 8-9-9, but that is not considered VERY tight, not even tight. You would need CL7-7-7 , CL7-8-8 or maybe CL8-8-8 to call them that.

Nevertheless, I'm sure you find them ok, they are indeed good timings, my Trident-X work also fine at that speed.


However, please take some time and read relevant thread at XS:

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?278833-New-Crucial-1.5V-DDR3-Kits

Some specific results that i hope to convince you :

Barr3l Rid3r's awesome kit : http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?278833-New-Crucial-1.5V-DDR3-Kits&p=5164480&viewfull=1#post5164480 (up to 2230 CL8-8-8-22)


Alex-Ro's results : http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?278833-New-Crucial-1.5V-DDR3-Kits&p=5175162&viewfull=1#post5175162 (2400 CL8-8-8-24 on Ivy-Bridge)

Shiranui Gen-An's : http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?278833-New-Crucial-1.5V-DDR3-Kits&p=5176796&viewfull=1#post5176796 (2400 CL9-9-9 on Ivy Bridge)


If you search over that thread you will find some more AMD results that will convince you.


I got Trident-X because i wanted to have them for Intel setup, running fine on AMD, sure, but the'll not get tight at the speeds the AMD's IMC can handle.


Crucials' Micron IC's cannot ofcourse reach the 2700+ frequency range in general, up to their limit though, they will have tighter timings than Hynix and Samsungs overall.

Samsungs and Hynix's on the other hand , can handle well high frequencies close to 2900-3000MHz , but in lower frequencies they can't have the timings that Micron's have.


In the end you'll see that my statement was not contradictory.


You may however wan't to try to reach these two results :

1866 CL7-7-8-8-33 @ 1.635V

or

1600 CL6-5-7-8-40 @ 1.635V

You are misstating facts. You can NOT run dimms at tighter timings than they are rated at without casing instability. Higher frequencies yes, tighter timings no. I know there are no dimms rated 7--
or 6-- timings for 1866 mhz. I have checked the specs of all manufacturers before I made my purchases. I just do NOT buy into what you are saying, and NO I do NOT trust you. And YES my timings are tight your conclusions are neither proven nor reasonable. Don't insult my intelligence again.
post #5513 of 9900
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Originally Posted by Devildog83 View Post

It was quite simply the bios. I had to RMA the board an didn't update the bios on the new board yet.

There was never any legit reason for you have updated your bios to 1403 in the first place. If you read the reason for the upgrade it only was for problems with windows xp. It was not meant as a general update for everyone.
post #5514 of 9900
Ive got 1866 7 8 7 24 dominator gts and they run at 1866.7 7 7 21
post #5515 of 9900
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Originally Posted by felix View Post

Maybe i should also try to update to 1403.

Weirdly though, it only states a fix for HDD detection error.
A HHD detection error ONLY on the Windows XP o.s.
post #5516 of 9900
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Originally Posted by bond32 View Post

Finally broke down and ordered this bad boy. Sending the gigabyte ud5 back. Just see so much more functionality with the Asus. I see there are nodes next to the 24 pin connector to touch a meter to, is this true? Are they more accurate than bios readings?

Mine read same as bios for all intensive purposes.
You could go to the Asus site and dl the owners manual to see all that you'll be getting.
Also have a look at this (best review I've seen) http://www.overclock.net/t/1318995/official-fx-8320-fx-8350-vishera-owners-club/15500#post_20110282
 
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post #5517 of 9900
Finally here, my RMA has arrrived. I hope to god that this one works flawlessly, it looks so seexy. on my way to local tiger direct to grab some more thermal paste...then let the work begin
post #5518 of 9900
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can you specify sleep states in the CHV bios? on my old asus board you could set which S states you wanted enabled
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post #5519 of 9900
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Originally Posted by The Sandman View Post

Mine read same as bios for all intensive purposes.
You could go to the Asus site and dl the owners manual to see all that you'll be getting.
Also have a look at this (best review I've seen) http://www.overclock.net/t/1318995/official-fx-8320-fx-8350-vishera-owners-club/15500#post_20110282

Yep, any true pro mobo should have them.
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post #5520 of 9900
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Finally here, my RMA has arrrived. I hope to god that this one works flawlessly, it looks so seexy. on my way to local tiger direct to grab some more thermal paste...then let the work begin

Good luck, keep us informed.
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