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    Has anyone tried Ballistix 240-pin DIMM, DDR3 PC3-16000 on this board?

    Ive just been offered some but dont want to buy if someone already found they not compatible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bustamove44 View Post
    Has anyone tried Ballistix 240-pin DIMM, DDR3 PC3-16000 on this board?

    Ive just been offered some but dont want to buy if someone already found they not compatible.
    i can get some to test and add to our compatibility list if you want

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    Replied ur pm saaya.

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    Can confirm this nice set of ram works great with the blackops (running 4GB @ 1800Mhz + 4.3ghz quad .... sick board i love it !!!)
    4GB CSX Diablo DDR3-2000 (rated 1866 8-8-8 @ x48) with D9GTR

    As far as i know the only 4GB D9GTR kit around or is it ?
    Cpu: Core i7 930 @ 4.5 Ghz 1.4V (24/7)
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    All build in a Corsair Obsidian 800D

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    nice!
    4x1gb sticks or 2x2gb sticks?
    whats the model name of those sticks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by saaya View Post
    nice!
    4x1gb sticks or 2x2gb sticks?
    whats the model name of those sticks?
    Its a 2x 2GB kit

    http://www.hpm-computer.de/product_i...00-DIABLO.html
    Cpu: Core i7 930 @ 4.5 Ghz 1.4V (24/7)
    Mainboard: Classified E760 @ B3 X58 + EK Waterblock
    Memory: 6GB Kingston Hyper @ 2150Mhz 8-8-8-28 -> 1.72V
    Graphics Card: HD5870 + EK-Waterblock
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    Boot HDD: WD Velociraptor 300 GB
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    Water Cooling Setup: WC Setup --> Swiftech Apogee XT / Black Ice 360 GTX / 3x Triebwerk TK-122 / 2x DDC 355 Plus + XSPC Dual Top / EK-Spin Bay Reservoir

    All build in a Corsair Obsidian 800D

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    2x2gb gtr... thats really nice... if its good GTR!
    and if its with a good pcb!... i know the early pcbs were really bad for 2gb gtr sticks and they maxed out at 1750 no matter what voltage or cas

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    2x2GB G Skill PI 1600 work well they are iffy with the board's default timings though, sometimes (randomly) on reboots with auto you get 54 error and beeping, but when tuned in properly they work well
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    hmmmm sounds like they arent 100% stable... either the SPD needs tuning or we need to adjust our bios a bit...
    could you try the micron D9JNL reference SPD? those sticks are with Micron JNL right?

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    I've tested some kits lately...

    Crucial Ballistix PC3-16000 CL9 EPP : Ran fine at the specced 9-9-9-28 settings, and they are probably based on Micron D9GTS
    G.Skill F3-14400CL8D-2GB PI : Ran fine at the specced 8-8-8-21 settings
    CSX (Compustocx) Diablo3-2000-2GB-KIT : Ran fine at 2000MHz with 8-7-6-19 T1 which is specified as the rated speed...

    Currently testing a Mushkin 996626 XP3-14400.... I'll keep you guys updated on how that kit runs...

    UPDATE : The Mushkin kit is having problems running atleast on the G30 bios without handsetting the timings etc... This kit has been tested on Asus Rampage Extreme, P5E3WS and P5E3 Deluxe motherboards prior to sending so the modules should be fine...
    Last edited by TSi.fi; 09-30-2008 at 08:34 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saaya View Post
    hmmmm sounds like they arent 100% stable... either the SPD needs tuning or we need to adjust our bios a bit...
    could you try the micron D9JNL reference SPD? those sticks are with Micron JNL right?
    they work fine when xmp is disabled, once you enable xmp it sets them to 7-6-6 (sorry, dont remember rest out of head), but they are rated for 7-7-7 with mp, 1,67v on the nb and watercooling it does solve that stability problem though

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    Quote Originally Posted by TSi.fi View Post
    I've tested some kits lately...

    Crucial Ballistix PC3-16000 CL9 EPP : Ran fine at the specced 9-9-9-28 settings, and they are probably based on Micron D9GTS
    G.Skill F3-14400CL8D-2GB PI : Ran fine at the specced 8-8-8-21 settings
    CSX (Compustocx) Diablo3-2000-2GB-KIT : Ran fine at 2000MHz with 8-7-6-19 T1 which is specified as the rated speed...

    Currently testing a Mushkin 996626 XP3-14400.... I'll keep you guys updated on how that kit runs...

    UPDATE : The Mushkin kit is having problems running atleast on the G30 bios without handsetting the timings etc... This kit has been tested on Asus Rampage Extreme, P5E3WS and P5E3 Deluxe motherboards prior to sending so the modules should be fine...
    cool, thanks a lot man!
    those csx kits sure sound nice... 2ghz 876 is not bad at all...

    Quote Originally Posted by naokaji View Post
    they work fine when xmp is disabled, once you enable xmp it sets them to 7-6-6 (sorry, dont remember rest out of head), but they are rated for 7-7-7 with mp, 1,67v on the nb and watercooling it does solve that stability problem though
    thanks for the headsup!
    does that solve your problems TSi.fi?

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    After setting the timings by hand the Mushkin kit runs fine, but leaving anything on auto will not let the memory run over 1650MHz or so... I've been too busy torturing the board to setup the watercooling for it... The NB temps are allrite though, even with just the 40mm fan...
    The CSX kit really is pretty nice, and it should retail at a decent price when it hits the shelves (around 140€). The Patriot 1800LLK was the most surprising that I've tested... They ran nicely at 8-7-7-18 at 2000MHz and would've done more if I'd just had the time to tweak them some more...
    Main Rig: DFI Lanparty DK X48-T2RS, Q6600 G0 @ 3.6GHz, 4Gb GSkill, Sapphire HD4870 CrossfireX, 250GB Seagate, Corsair TX750, Swiftech H20-220 Compact
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    oh so you had to send them back?
    too bad... :/

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    I still have them... Just had to move on to other stuff for a while atleast...
    Main Rig: DFI Lanparty DK X48-T2RS, Q6600 G0 @ 3.6GHz, 4Gb GSkill, Sapphire HD4870 CrossfireX, 250GB Seagate, Corsair TX750, Swiftech H20-220 Compact
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    Patriot Viper PVS32G1800LLK works great btw.

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    i test with Apogee GT 2000 (Stock speed 2000 9-8-8-24 2.1v -/+ 0.1v) run all without problem yet, 1800 7-6-5-18 1T clock as well, and run smooth on 2000 9-8-8-22 2.1v

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    Quote Originally Posted by saxile View Post
    Patriot Viper PVS32G1800LLK works great btw.
    thanks!
    Quote Originally Posted by nut311 View Post
    i test with Apogee GT 2000 (Stock speed 2000 9-8-8-24 2.1v -/+ 0.1v) run all without problem yet, 1800 7-6-5-18 1T clock as well, and run smooth on 2000 9-8-8-22 2.1v
    thanks for the headsup!
    you should try 2000 876, should work fine too
    1800 765 is very nice n fast already

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    2GB kit of Kingston HyperX PC3 11000 at 1333MHz 7-7-7-20-1N, 1.684v

    KHX11000D3LLK2/2G

    EDIT: G30 bios


    Last edited by Wotcher; 10-31-2008 at 10:19 PM.

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    thanks wotcher, why only 1333 though?

    EDIT: oh those are elpida chips right?
    try more vdimm and 5-7-5
    Elpida chips only need trcd high, cas and trp can go tight, i even had an ES kit that could run almost 1600 5-7-3
    Last edited by saaya; 11-03-2008 at 07:11 PM.

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    1375MHz is a difficult speed to achieve given the FSB: DRAM dividers

    As I currently have another dual channel kit in the RMA loop (major fail memtest86+ v2.01 test 8) I'm reluctant to exceed spec voltage of 1.7V and the best I have managed to date within spec from these modules is 1066MHz 6-6-6-18-1N or my present 1333MHz 7-7-7-20-1N

    Is it possible you're confusing the Low Latency 7-7-7-20 KHX11000D3LLK2/2G with the Ultra Low Latency 5-7-5-15 KHX11000D3ULK2/2G ?

    I have to agree with general consensus of opinion, your personal product support is outstanding to say the least and much appreciated.


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    thanks
    im not sure, i checked a review of the KHX11000D3LLK2/2G and it seems to be based on elpida, just like the KHX11000D3ULK2/2G.
    so the LLk wont oc as good as the ULK i think, but pretty similar
    try cas 5-7-5 or even 5-7-3

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    Hi, has anybody tried using Team Xtreem DDR3 1600 rams on this board? I hear it the mems use Micron D9
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    Watercooling:
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    Swiftech MCW30
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    Here's a link to the RAM specs:
    http://www.teamgroup.com.tw/teamgrou..._id=1&pl2_id=1

    Item Specification
    P/N TXD32048M1600HC7DC
    Suitable for Desktop PCs
    Module Type 240Pin Unbuffered DIMM Non ECC
    DRAM Density 128x8
    Capacity 2GB Kit(2x1GB)
    Data transfer bandwidth 12,800MB/Sec (PC3 12800)
    CL-value 7-7-7-21-2T
    XMP/EPP Intel XMP Profile 7-7-7-21 at 1600
    Working voltage 1.8V~1.9V
    PCB structure 8 layer PCB
    Extra features Aluminum heat-sink(4-6 cm fan can be set-up on heat spreader by user request (optional))
    Warranty Lifetime warranty
    I'm a bit troubled with it using XMP profiles, I've heard that the blackops x48 doesn't like these kinds of mems :|
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    Watercooling:
    Dtek Fuzion V1 with Quad-Core Insert
    Swiftech MCW30
    HWLabs GTX II 360
    Feser 1/2 ID 3/4 OD UV Blue
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    Watercooling:
    Dtek Fuzion V1 with Quad-Core Insert
    Swiftech MCW30
    HWLabs GTX II 360
    Feser 1/2 ID 3/4 OD UV Blue
    Swiftech MCP655
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