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Tpu validate them now.
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Set up my AM3 rig for the first time in months last night only to find that my Super Talents Project X are dead!!!
No more 1800Mhz+ 7-6-6 for me

@ Beep What ram? ,Do want
STT Project X 2000 C7 3x2GB
Kit validates about 2030 6-6-6-18 @ 1.9v

Unless you bought your Project X really really early they should be MGH-E and not be dead for some odd reason >.< Unless you mean the Micron D9 Project X kits...in which yeah they could be dead from wear I suppose

@ Pizzaman
I marked in bold that that was NOT a submission...not only that but it's 11 seconds slower than my other run that I called a "teaser"...
I'd like that either removed or changed the the faster one please

Thanks, Beeps

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Tpu validate them now.
Not only this but HWBOT has validated them too
Edited by BeepBeep2 - 5/13/11 at 1:35pm
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Tpu validate them now.


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STT Project X 2000 C7 3x2GB
Kit validates about 2030 6-6-6-18 @ 1.9v

Unless you bought your Project X really really early they should be MGH-E and not be dead for some odd reason >.< Unless you mean the Micron D9 Project X kits...in which yeah they could be dead from wear I suppose

@ Pizzaman
I marked in bold that that was NOT a submission...not only that but it's 11 seconds slower than my other run that I called a "teaser"...
I'd like that either removed or changed the the faster one please

Thanks, Beeps


Not only this but HWBOT has validated them too
Arg you guys are making me jealous with these Project X kits. All I have is a STT 1333 CL8 Black kit... doubt they will pull much.

Oh, and you can submit multiple times...so I wouldn't worry too much.
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Oh, and you can submit multiple times...so I wouldn't worry too much.
Orly?

Edit: Probably won't get much more than 2200FSB out of the ol' 750i I posted earlier but, there is still time.
Edited by Drobomb - 5/13/11 at 1:57pm
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Arg you guys are making me jealous with these Project X kits. All I have is a STT 1333 CL8 Black kit... doubt they will pull much.

Oh, and you can submit multiple times...so I wouldn't worry too much.
They are about as good as a normal Corsair 2000 C7 kit, way ahead of the 2000 C8 kits on average but not quite near GTX2. I wish I could say my kit did 1800 6-6-6-18 stable at 1.65v but alas it does nothing near that.

I'm about 0.5-.06v off of what GTX2 needs for clocks, at least on AMD

About the submissions I just thought it was a little frustrating because PizzaMan quoted my bold works, "NOTE: This is not my submission"
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Orly?

Edit: Probably won't get much more than 2200FSB out of the ol' 750i I posted earlier but, there is still time.
Yup

I never really got the pleasure of clocking 775 I almost want to go back and purchase a DFI P45 T2RS and E8500/8600 to just pay my dues
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They are about as good as a normal Corsair 2000 C7 kit, way ahead of the 2000 C8 kits on average but not quite near GTX2. I wish I could say my kit did 1800 6-6-6-18 stable at 1.65v but alas it does nothing near that.

I'm about 0.5-.06v off of what GTX2 needs for clocks, at least on AMD

About the submissions I just thought it was a little frustrating because PizzaMan quoted my bold works, "NOTE: This is not my submission"
Weren't they cheaper than what the Corsairs were going for too?

If you wanna loan them to me I'll let you know what they pull on Intel

haha yeah, I feel you on that.
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Yup

I never really got the pleasure of clocking 775 I almost want to go back and purchase a DFI P45 T2RS and E8500/8600 to just pay my dues

Weren't they cheaper than what the Corsairs were going for too?

If you wanna loan them to me I'll let you know what they pull on Intel

haha yeah, I feel you on that.
Yep these were $300 a kit, $100 per stick...my 2200 C8 kit was a dissapointment, $210 and it performs so much worse. (Think Corsair 2000 C8 territory instead of equal to the C7's)

We will have to see if the Black Mamba starts to wander into the Black Hole

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These sticks got to 2133 CL7 @ 1.5v ... might be worth checking out for the price.
Nope, that thread title was very misleading...he needed 1.65v for 2133 CL7
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Yep these were $300 a kit, $100 per stick...my 2200 C8 kit was a dissapointment, $210 and it performs so much worse. (Think Corsair 2000 C8 territory instead of equal to the C7's)

We will have to see if the Black Mamba starts to wander into the Black Hole


Nope, that thread title was very misleading...he needed 1.65v for 2133 CL7
The 2200 C8 kit was the Speed kit, or GT?

Ohh, yeah I saw the thread when he first made it and just kept it in mind since then...still seems decent for such a cheap kit.
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The 2200 C8 kit was the Speed kit, or GT?

Ohh, yeah I saw the thread when he first made it and just kept it in mind since then...still seems decent for such a cheap kit.
Yeah speed series kit...I just mean it's about as slow as the Dom 2000 C8... I need 1.81v on those sticks to do 1800 C6
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