Originally Posted by el gappo
Not many nice kits about atm are there :/
I use these http://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Compo...roductId=41787
in my daily rig and on sandy because the hypers dont play nice, they do alright and they are cheap. Some psc varient.
Slappa had them flying on AMD but they aren't very friendly with my biostar.
Originally Posted by fl0w3n
Throw the Super Talents in the freezer for a full 24-48 hours and see what happens. How do you think you killed em? Shame, I really wanted some Project X.
sticks got to 2133 CL7 @ 1.5v ... might be worth checking out for the price.
Also check if lsdmeasap sold his Mushkins, those were some good sticks of Hypers.
Hmm, I wonder what the difference between yours and mine is...I assume yours are just binned better?
My Sector 5's are PSC and will do ok main timings, max Ive had one set is 2460Mhz 9-11-9 on P55 and it will do 2133 7-9-7 on P67, the other set I havnt used on P55 but on P67 it will do 2133 at 6-8-6. Ive got that set in the 790fx now doing around 1800Mhz 8-8-8 but they arent happy with it at the moment in win7 64bit.
The thing is though, even though they look good on paper with these main timings, the results Im pulling with em, especially the latency and PI times are pretty bad! Im not sure if its down to sub timings been slack or what !? Maybe its just me or my os setups..?? I dont know!
Originally Posted by BeepBeep2
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
I dont know how the STT's died, last time I ran them was months ago on my 790fx and they were fine. Since then they have been packaged and sat in a draw untouched until a few weeks ago when I tried them in a Sandy Bridge setup. They didnt post then either but I just thought it was cos theyre an older 1.8v kit needing more voltage than the board would of been giving, so I swapped em out and put em back in the draw until now. There is no reason for them to have died!!
Im not sure what ics they are but I think possibly they are the D9's from the little bit of research I did when I got em, which was over a year ago. Plus they were 2nd hand then but the person I bought from had only owned em a few weeks from new!
They are rated 1600Mhz at 7-6-6 with 1.8v and are single sided sticks aswell!!