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    Cellshock DDR3 1866 preview....

    Hi Guys

    Thx to Saaya, i had a chance to play with Cellshocks new 1866 8-8-8-16 Blue sticks. i will only show some fast 1m results for now, and later test 3d with more tight sub timings, and also see how they scale with more vdimm.

    All tests is done at 2.08 vdimm for now. Also i will try to see how high i can go with higher TRAS later.

    Cas 6 results will come later

    But here are a couple of initial 1m results, to give you a idea of what the mem are capable of


    Setup:

    P5E64 WS Evolution
    Cellshock DDR3 1866 8-8-8-16
    E8500
    NQ giant Reactor 1kw


    The Memory:

    Part number : CS3222770
    Capacity: 2GB-Kit (2x 1GB)
    Configuration: 128Mx64 DRAM Micron Device
    Config: 128Mx8 PCB 240pin
    Module Info: unbuff. non-ECC, DDR3 DIMM
    Speed: PC15000
    CAS Latency: 8-8-8-16
    VDIMM: 1,7V-2,0V
    Warranty: 5years














    Cas 7-7-7-14 1T 2.08v 1021mhz






    cas 8-8-8-14 1T 2.08v 1060mhz





    Stay tuned for more results
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    Hi my friend, that's what I call "danish dynamite"......

    Keep on workin' - let's see what these modules are really able to do...
    If nothing works nomore......:


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    Good start, nice to see you've joined "the dark side", DDR3... Hehe...
    When you do your final test, can you please try to tighten:
    tRFC
    Ras to Cas
    tRRD

    Im quite curious what JNL can actually do... I dont have any JNL myself...
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    I don't think you will see tight trfc
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwi View Post
    I don't think you will see tight trfc

    Proberly not....but i will try 50 should be ok...


    camouflage# Thx my friend
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    AWESOME!!! What board r u on? I forsee crazy results coming from you! Can't wait to see your hardcore benches!
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    HEHE SIOUX has soon cool board im told :p

    I would say my self, it is for him to reveal
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeguava View Post
    AWESOME!!! What board r u on? I forsee crazy results coming from you! Can't wait to see your hardcore benches!

    Thx mike....yes...these mem rocks. I am on P5E64 WS EVO x48
    Last edited by SIOUX; 04-24-2008 at 03:07 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIOUX View Post
    Proberly not....but i will try 50 should be ok...


    camouflage# Thx my friend
    50 is tight at hi FSB......... - just received my kit, will install tonite to play with........
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    I think 43-48 will be the one you hit... What Im most interested in is if JNL allows ras to cas 5 around 800-900mhz, would actually be very good... Ras to cas has severe impact on the performance.... Same goes for PL, but thats limited by chipset... ras to cas isnt.
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    Good start and good to see you have recieved the board... its so sweet and rocks...

    Keep pushing it...

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    yes! i wanna see pics of that board! please kenneth!
    they used almost the same color as we use on our heatsinks, i must be a beautiful match

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    Review of the board will be up very soon. But here is one for you Saaya I just wish they would have made the PCI slots blue as well


    Last edited by SIOUX; 04-24-2008 at 03:34 PM.
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    Nice test SIOUX did you try any CAS 6? also some BIOS shots of that board would be awsome

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    Quote Originally Posted by metro.cl View Post
    Nice test SIOUX did you try any CAS 6? also some BIOS shots of that board would be awsome
    I am working on Cas 6 results. I will make review of the board soon. there will be lots of shots
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    Any news from Denmark.......?

    If nothing works nomore......:


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    @ saaya; Can you comment upon any 2 * 2 GB kits (14400) coming our way soon? Extremely pleased with today’s sticks but it seems that I need a couple of GB’s more. Vista Ultimate is somewhat demanding and I don’t want to go with 4 * 1GB...

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    Now playing also with this RAM - Cas 8 needs only 1.87 Vdimm to hit 1k:



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    Maximus Extreme & E8500 really love this RAM :



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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Halford View Post
    @ saaya; Can you comment upon any 2 * 2 GB kits (14400) coming our way soon? Extremely pleased with today’s sticks but it seems that I need a couple of GB’s more. Vista Ultimate is somewhat demanding and I don’t want to go with 4 * 1GB...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIOUX View Post
    Review of the board will be up very soon. But here is one for you Saaya I just wish they would have made the PCI slots blue as well


    Good clock SIOUX

    btw. where you get this mobo ? i need it one for changed with mine p5e64 ws pro
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZoLKoRn View Post
    Good clock SIOUX

    btw. where you get this mobo ? i need it one for changed with mine p5e64 ws pro

    Thx I have it from ASUS, course i am making a review of it. But its in stock here in denmark already though
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    Great results Sioux !!

    What is the bios used with the P5E64 WS Evo please , thk
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    BIOS 0115

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