Hi! I'm sending my GSkill Neo kit to RMA 'cause a DIMM died. While I'm waiting for RMA, I bought a single stick of 16GB DDR4-2133 RAM for U$S30, used. It's an HP branded kit, and it happened to be Samsung B-die based (it's unbuffered ECC, and ECC works on Aorus Pro in case anyone is wondering).
Even thou is branded as 2133Mhz, it booted right up in 3600Mhz no issues, but with AUTO timmings is kinda crap. I launched DRAM Calculator and started playing...
I'm using the "bad bin" setup, 'cause it's an unbined OEM part. Right now it's working at 3200Mhz 16-16-16-16-32 with the SAFE preset. It wasn't even posting with that preset until I changed the VDDG and VDDP voltages accordingly.
The "issue" is that I can't get anything else from it, not other preset works, and not other frequency range neither. I'm not sure where to start playing, if it's VDDP and VDDG, and what voltages should I set.
Compared to my GSkill CJR kit, the latency went from 3733Mhz 67ns to 3200Mhz 73.5ns, which is pretty cool all things considered. But I thought maybe I could get more performance out of a B-die based memory.