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    DDR3-2039 7-7-7-15 by Supertalent DDR3-1600 2GB Kit

    Supertalent Just Released there DDR3 products
    W1600UX2G7 DDR3-1600 2GB Kit (2x1GB) 7-7-7-18, 1.8V black heatsink
    W1600UX2G9 DDR3-1600 2GB Kit (2x1GB) 9-9-9-21, 1.8V black heatsink
    W1333UB2G8 DDR3-1333 2GB DIMM 8-8-8-18, 1.8V black heatsinks

    Dont know if ddr3-1600 C7/9 is the highest spec of released ddr3 products atm
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    Luckily I got a pair of W1600UX2G9
    of course, based on micron z9 ic

    brief test:
    1.8v 1600 776 stable
    1.8v 1800 999 stable
    2.1v 1600 665 stable
    performance really really good, on par with optimized ddr2-1200 4445.

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    and...had some fun with higher volt.
    2.25v single at 2039 777
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    Wow !!! 6-5-5-15 Nice Victor .............
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    wtf thats so fast

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    and command rate 1T

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    crazy stuff and QX6800 G0 too
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    Quote Originally Posted by eva2000 View Post
    crazy stuff and QX6800 G0 too
    this qx6850 is even more crazy
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    Looks very good VictorWang, those sticks have some good OC potential .

    Keep pushing the sticks and the good work you are doing and btw. it is also some nice CPUs you are having there

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    Victor.. so many new toys..
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    Early DDR3 looking strong then. Do you think they will make a 1GB kit of that stuff?
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    Wow bet thats expensive and yeah nice work on the OC. Over 2Ghz wow.

    Whats faster 1600Mhz and tight timings or over 2Ghz and looser timings?

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    Victor you are impressing me once again!
    Keep the DDR3 results coming

    Dont tell me that QX6850 is running at 4GHz and 1.45V on air 3DMark stable?!
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    What chips?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fr3ak View Post
    Victor you are impressing me once again!
    Keep the DDR3 results coming

    Dont tell me that QX6850 is running at 4GHz and 1.45V on air 3DMark stable?!
    actually, 1.432v 400*10 3Dmark06 stable on p5k3-dlx.
    watercooling, ambient=22c


    i'm fell in love with ddr3 now, 3dmark score is about 200 higher than ddr2
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    Would you say this ram is better then the corsair dominator pc2-10000 or the pc2-8888?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VictorWang View Post


    and...had some fun with higher volt.
    2.25v single at 2039 777 [/B]

    Show me $500 worth of bandwidth please. SuperPi is cool but I'M interested in read/write/sustained bandwidth.

    runnin' cheapo (£63 inc vat) A-DATA DDR2-800 1GB kit (5,5,5,18,24,2t) @ 750mhz (4,4,4,12,18,2t) gets me this......

    I'm interested to see what DDR3-2GHz can pull.
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    Quote Originally Posted by VictorWang View Post
    actually, 1.432v 400*10 3Dmark06 stable on p5k3-dlx.
    watercooling, ambient=22c


    i'm fell in love with ddr3 now, 3dmark score is about 200 higher than ddr2
    Very impressive CPU. Hopefully I own a gem like that one day too

    I will start my DDR3 adventures today, but only with elpida chips, so I dont expect that much. Actually I am impressed how good your micron chips overclock and how they perform. DDR3 might be attractive for benchers/gamers sooner than I thought. Now the price has to drop below 300 Euro / $ for a 2Gb kit.
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    crazy heatpipe ram cooler. where/how did you get/make it?

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    it comes stock on the motherboard
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    Quote Originally Posted by bwanaaa View Post
    @soldner-mofo64

    crazy heatpipe ram cooler. where/how did you get/make it?
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    it comes stock on the motherboard
    Indeed......comes pre-fitted mate. Although that's just a piccy of the board I'm waiting for....don't own it yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by SOLDNER-MOFO64 View Post
    Indeed......comes pre-fitted mate. Although that's just a piccy of the board I'm waiting for....don't own it yet
    Which mobo is that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by megamx View Post
    Which mobo is that?
    It's an Asus P5K3.

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    Is it a premium? I didn't notice that the P5K3 came with a cooling thing for memory

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    The P5K3 Deluxe WiFi-AP certainly doesn't have it!

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