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    crucial value d9-kpt @ 2362.6 mhz

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    2362.6mhz cas9 1t and 77.2% of overclock



    2295 cas8



    not bad for a 50 euro triple channel kit
    Last edited by Mafio; 07-17-2009 at 01:26 PM.

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    nice result mate

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    nice mafio 3x1GB or 3x2GB?
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    thx mate

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    Nice result? Eh.. thats like WR, not? Btw. whats WR? And those are which ones exactly?
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    Extremely nice oc!

    Mescalamba: WR is 2533MHz with a Dominator GT 2133MHz 3x2GB kit, if I'm not mistaken.
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    thx

    at air cooling this is the limit of my i7 920's IMCH
    cl 10 and higher vqpi or vdimm don't help me

    in the next week i hope to test under ln2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mean Machine View Post
    Extremely nice oc!

    Mescalamba: WR is 2533MHz with a Dominator GT 2133MHz 3x2GB kit, if I'm not mistaken.
    There's no such kit... it's been done using GT2000C7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SAE View Post
    There's no such kit... it's been done using GT2000C7.
    Congratulations on the bump.
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    Nice clocks mafio.
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    Holy crap.. I got 2 of those kits right here, got them for free in a combo deal with a mobo
    They are carrying D9KPT all right... rated 1066 C7
    Last edited by jcool; 07-22-2009 at 05:19 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CryptiK View Post
    Nice clocks mafio.
    thx mate

    Quote Originally Posted by jcool View Post
    Holy crap.. I got 2 of those kits right here, got them for free in a combo deal with a mobo
    They are carrying D9KPT all right... rated 1066 C7
    3 month ago 1066 cas7 3x2gb were d9-kpv based, now i don't now
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    I got them 1 month ago... so I guess it's still D9KPT
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    my old crucial value is back in business
    with my SS 1.2cv on the cpu and the ram at air i have reached an interesting frequency

    VQPI 1.63 volt
    Vdimm 2.08 volt

    2534 MHZ cas9 1T triple channel




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    Nice! So I assume all Crucial Value sticks have some sort of D9xxx chip on them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Smartidiot89 View Post
    Nice! So I assume all Crucial Value sticks have some sort of D9xxx chip on them?
    crucial is a division of micron, they generally have whatever micron can make the cheapest or what was made and didnt sell. so if u want to oc and have little to money to spend on some fun parts then crucial value is nice, especialy if u buy in person since there are no spreaders


    and grats on the clocks, is that 2534 a wr
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    Quote Originally Posted by zanzabar View Post
    crucial is a division of micron, they generally have whatever micron can make the cheapest or what was made and didnt sell. so if u want to oc and have little to money to spend on some fun parts then crucial value is nice, especialy if u buy in person since there are no spreaders

    and grats on the clocks, is that 2534 a wr
    Ok I figured ^^ Problem is I can't buy in person so i needed to be 100% I get some sort of D9. Thanks!
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    crucial ram are 100% micron IC based
    i don't know what kind of IC is used on these ram currently, probably D9-KPT or D9-KPV or D9-JNL or D9-JNM

    it isn't WR, on 1366 dedal with 2 sticks of corsair dominator reached an higher clock than me.
    with 1156 some guys reached about 3000 mhz

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    what about for tri channel on the 1366
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    2582.2 MHZ - cas9, triple channel and 1T

    cpu under LN2
    ram at air
    VTT 1.62 volt
    Vmem 2.085 volt



    with more time and LN2 probably we can do 2700+ MHZ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mafio View Post
    crucial ram are 100% micron IC based

    Actually no. I was told they sometimes but rarely use other as well. As strange as it might sound
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwi View Post
    Actually no. I was told they sometimes but rarely use other as well. As strange as it might sound
    its fact they use other ics

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiwi View Post
    Actually no. I was told they sometimes but rarely use other as well. As strange as it might sound
    Ah hah! The truth!

    Quote Originally Posted by zsamz_ View Post
    its fact they use other ics


    I've seen Crucial RAM with Samsung and Elpida IC's quite a lot. They seem to use it mainly on their notebook memory, but I have seen them on their desktop DDR and DDR2 memory.
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    Do you cool them somehow, or just leave them naked as they are?
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