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    Sticky: It might be interesting to try and replicate...

    It might be interesting to try and replicate those specs on a kit of F3-19200CL9Q-16GBZHD (4GB DR DDR3-2400 CL9-11-10-28 @ 1.65V) and check if it can come close to DDR3-2400 CL8-11-11-30 @ 1.65+V.
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    Sticky: DDR3-2400 CL8-11-11-30 @ 1.65V for sure is an odd...

    DDR3-2400 CL8-11-11-30 @ 1.65V for sure is an odd bin for Hynix, but so far the codes have been very reliable (for future reference Ripjaws Z 11030240xxxxx).
    Maybe 2Gb BFR can do it?

    I've already...
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    Sticky: I made some changes in the OP again.

    I made some changes in the OP again.
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    Sticky: The first post has been updated with some info...

    The first post has been updated with some info about the DDR4 kits.
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    Sticky: I think most 2400C10 kits made G.Skill are made...

    I think most 2400C10 kits made G.Skill are made with Samsung 4Gb B-rev chips.



    Thanks for the link!
    3400 (= x40x) is Hynix, I've already added it to the first post in October. The review is...
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    Sticky: Congrats! :)

    Congrats! :)
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    Sticky: I think it's Samsung 2Gb D-rev, going after this...

    I think it's Samsung 2Gb D-rev, going after this post in the RAMlist thread at i4memory. However, part numbers don't match, it was a F3-17000CL9Q-16GBZH kit as shown in the picture.
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    Sticky: Not bad, what about 2133 7-9-7 and higher clocks?...

    Not bad, what about 2133 7-9-7 and higher clocks?



    As I said, don't expect too much from them, middle class RAM is very tighly binned today. For starters just set 1.65V Vdimm and 11-11-11-30...
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    Sticky: Nice find, did you try them yet?

    Nice find, did you try them yet?
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    Sticky: Can you give us more info about your setup and...

    Can you give us more info about your setup and what you've tried?
    Don't expect too much, both kits aren't known for being overclocking monster.
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    Sticky: I guess both kits have a high chance of PSC...

    I guess both kits have a high chance of PSC X-series, though I'd probably go for the earlier kit ( 1011 ) to be safe. Do you own the kits already?
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    Sticky: 0640 is unnamed because it can mean different ICs...

    0640 is unnamed because it can mean different ICs on different kits, but hiwa is right of course, 2000 C9 with 0640 are BBSE.



    There are some PSC 2Gb ICs, 1333 7-7-7-21 @ 1.50V would probably...
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    Sticky: Wow! That's surprising, I expected the 2133C9 PS...

    Wow! That's surprising, I expected the 2133C9 PS kit to be a bit better. Have you tested 2133 7-9-7 on the PS kit?
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    Sticky: You bought them! :) At least they're...

    You bought them! :)

    At least they're beautiful... ^^
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    Sticky: Damn it, I missed the most important ones... :D ...

    Damn it, I missed the most important ones... :D



    Thanks for the info! :)



    When were yours made?
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    Sticky: Have you tested your 1600 CL6 PI kit yet? ...

    Have you tested your 1600 CL6 PI kit yet?





    This kit can be either PSC Xxx or PSC Txx. Even if they're based on PSC Xxx they aren't a great bin. You have to keep in mind that a red...
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    Sticky: Thanks! :) That's what I thought but I wasn't...

    Thanks! :)
    That's what I thought but I wasn't sure.

    The 2133 9-10-9 1.5V kit should be quite decent, they're PSC for sure. :up:
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    Sticky: ^ That screenshot is incredibly small... :D I...

    ^ That screenshot is incredibly small... :D

    I think it's a PI kit, but which one exactly?
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    Sticky: 1500 or 2500 or something else as digits 5 to 8?

    1500 or 2500 or something else as digits 5 to 8?
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    Sticky: 1000 MHz 6-9-6-24 is a typical PSC bin, 7-9-7-24...

    1000 MHz 6-9-6-24 is a typical PSC bin, 7-9-7-24 can be PSC as well.
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    Sticky: Specs are 1000 MHz 7-10-7-25, right? Pretty sure...

    Specs are 1000 MHz 7-10-7-25, right? Pretty sure they're PSC.
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    Sticky: 1450 MHz CL9 on cold? What can they do on air?...

    1450 MHz CL9 on cold? What can they do on air? And what about CB?
    I think some Hynix can do it, I mean Nick Shih has already shown 1600 MHz 8-11-10-18 with MFR on LN2. tRDRD=4, but tRFC=200.
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    Sticky: TXD34G2666HC11CBK is a single stick,...

    TXD34G2666HC11CBK is a single stick, TXD38G2666HC11CDC01 is the kit consisting of two of these sticks.
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    Sticky: Sure, link the post, but it's incorrect. 2400...

    Sure, link the post, but it's incorrect.

    2400 CL9 are Samsung 2Gb D-rev chips, 2400 CL10 on Trident X are mostly Samsung 4Gb B-rev chips, though other manufacturers and even G.Skill might be using...
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    Sticky: 1500 means they're Samsung and most of the...

    1500 means they're Samsung and most of the Trident X 2400 CL10 kits are Samsung 4Gb B-rev chips anyway.

    Edit: I'm slow...

    If you're looking for MFR chips look somewhere else and not in these...
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