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    Cool 12GB A-DATA 2000X Tri-Chanel @DDR3-2044-2112Mhz

    Lots of fun these days playing with 12GB tri-channel configs

    Did some individual 2GB modules testing before hand and suspect these modules to be Elpida BBSE due to stable timings for DDR3-2000Mhz and higher for 2 of the 6 modules being 7-9-7-x and 8-9-8-x but 4 of the modules can do DDR3-2000Mhz 7-8-7-x.



    12GB - 6x2GB A-Data 2000X
    @DDR3-1702Mhz 6-7-6-24 2T at 1.62v
    (Kit 1 + 2: module #1 + #5 + #4 + #3 + #2 + #6)


    Stable for Super Pi 32M at least.





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    12GB - 6x2GB A-Data 2000X
    @DDR3-1909Mhz 7-8-7-25 2T at 1.62v
    (Kit 1 + 2: module #1 + #2 + #4 + #3 + #5 + #6)

    Now to test higher memory frequency with 7-8-7-25 timings at 1.62v vdimm. 1T results in ~10% more memtest86+ v4.0 reported bandwidth than 2T, but 1T was only stable for Super Pi 1M and failed 32M. 2T was much easier to pass Super Pi 32M @DDR3-1909Mhz 7-8-7-24 2T with tRFC 110, tFAW 37 and B2B 4.

    Swapped module #5 and #2 places so the 6x2GB A-Data 2000X config is as follows module

    • Dimm 1 = module #1
    • Dimm 2 = module #2
    • Dimm 3 = module #4
    • Dimm 4 = module #3
    • Dimm 5 = module #5
    • Dimm 6 = module #6


    System:


    1T RTL A/B/C = 58/60/62






    2T RTL A/B/C = 58/60/61










    6x2GB = 12GB A-Data 2000X Max Validation
    @DDR3-2044Mhz 7-8-7-25 2T at 1.62v / 1.5v QPI/DRAM

    Managed to push 6x2GB A-Data 2000X to DDR3-2044Mhz 7-8-7-25 2T validation with 1.5v QPI/DRAM and 1.62v



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    very strong results with 12GB. So 7-8-7-25-2T is 24/7 stable @ 2000mhz?? Thats a really nice OC on 12GB kit

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    Really nice tri-channel kit!

    How perform in 32M, 12GB vs 6GB?
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    well done, EVA! Nice kit also

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    Stunning RAM! Nice job!
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    Nice testing and impressive results with 12gb
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheKarmakazi View Post
    very strong results with 12GB. So 7-8-7-25-2T is 24/7 stable @ 2000mhz?? Thats a really nice OC on 12GB kit
    that's 3x 4GB dual channel kits but only benchable for 12GB as 2 of 6 modules don't like 7-8-7-x 2000mhz for stability but prefer 7-9-7-x

    Quote Originally Posted by over@locker886 View Post
    Really nice tri-channel kit!

    How perform in 32M, 12GB vs 6GB?
    haven't done any direct comparisons of 6gb vs 32m yet heh

    Quote Originally Posted by WaterFlex View Post
    well done, EVA! Nice kit also
    thanks

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    Stunning RAM! Nice job!
    Quote Originally Posted by aslanwas View Post
    Nice testing and impressive results with 12gb
    thanks, shame 2 of the modules hold the other 4 back in terms of liking lower vdimm <1.64v than the other 4 heh.

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    Now pushing 12GB A-Data 2000X to 8x32M Pi stable @DDR3-2000Mhz 8-9-8-25 2T at 1.62v vdimm with 1.50 QPI/DRAM uncore voltage with max validation at same voltages @DDR3-2112Mhz 8-9-8-25 2T!

    System:


    12GB - 6x2GB A-Data 2000X
    @DDR3-2000Mhz 8-9-8-25 2T at 1.62v
    (Kit 1 + 2: module #1 + #2 + #4 + #3 + #5 + #6)


    tRFC = 110
    tFAW = 38
    B2B = 4

    HyperPi v0.99b - 8x32M Pi



    Single Super Pi 32M



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    12GB - 6x2GB A-Data 2000X
    @DDR3-2112Mhz 8-9-8-25 2T at 1.62v
    (Kit 1 + 2: module #1 + #2 + #4 + #3 + #5 + #6)





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    Great pushing george ! man you can really squeeze ram lol
    2112 one of my fav numbers
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    Nice test

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    Very informative and impressive test...
    Last edited by mike.shine; 11-18-2009 at 10:08 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HDCHOPPER View Post
    Great pushing george ! man you can really squeeze ram lol
    2112 one of my fav numbers
    thanks ... alot of fun playing with 6x2GB... wishes for 6x4GB playtime

    Quote Originally Posted by cloud369 View Post
    Nice test
    thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by mike.shine View Post
    Very informative and impressive test...
    thanks.

    FYI, I bought another 2 sets of these as they're the cheapest per GB performance memory available in Australia right now just under 6GB Gskill Trident 2000C9 in terms of per GB costs - AUD$35.5/GB vs AUD$36.50.

    Two more sets of 4GB A-DATA 2000X dual channel (yes 20GB A-Data 2000X!) hoping to get some that like higher vdimm but got the opposite, one set DDR3-2000Mhz 7-8-7-24 1T at 1.58v and DDR3-2046Mhz 8-9-8-24 1T at 1.58v for memtest86+ v4.0 looping and other DDR3-2000Mhz 7-9-7-24 1T at 1.60v. Optimal vdimm getting lower and lower LOL.

    Unfortunately, DDR3 prices seem to be skyrocketing lately, so will be hard to get hold of other memory for my x58/p55 memory kit comparison reviews I have planned.
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