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Thread: G.SKILL F3-20000CL9D-4GBTDS 2500 9-11-9-28-2N 1.65 TestingRoom Air/Ln2

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    G.SKILL F3-20000CL9D-4GBTDS 2500 9-11-9-28-2N 1.65 TestingRoom Air/Ln2

    Just got a new kit last week will test them on Asus P7P55D-E Deluxe
    let's see how they can do on Air and Ln2




    Specification


    Main Board intel
    System Desktop
    System Type DDR3
    M/B Chipset Intel P55
    CAS Latency 9-11-9-28-2N
    Capacity 4GB (2GBx2)
    Speed DDR3-2500 (PC3 20000)
    Test Voltage 1.65 Volts
    PCB
    Registered/Unbuffered Unbuffered
    Error Checking Non-ECC
    Type 240-pin DIMM
    Warranty Lifetime


    Setup
    I7 860
    G.SKILL F3-20000CL9D-4GBTDS
    Asus P7P55D-E Deluxe
    Phase -35 on cpu
    Phase -60 on memories
    LN2 KingPin Memory Cooler @ -100/-150




    Last edited by hiwa; 05-08-2010 at 10:06 AM.
    Quote Originally Posted by LardArse View Post
    i think you are asking the wrong person about safety limits, but

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    Cpu under Phase -35 and memory on Air



    2500 8-11-8-31 1.65 Linx Stable





    2600 8-11-8-31 1.65 SuperPi 32m Stable


    Last edited by hiwa; 05-02-2010 at 12:12 AM.
    Quote Originally Posted by LardArse View Post
    i think you are asking the wrong person about safety limits, but

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    damn I want it very nice Hiwa !
    sorry for my bad english
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    Very nice mate, but what can do with aircooling cpu? Not everybody have phase cooling for 24/7
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    Quote Originally Posted by over@locker886 View Post
    Very nice mate, but what can do with aircooling cpu? Not everybody have phase cooling for 24/7
    if we use cpu aircooling we can't see the memory limit caz cpu block us first, so we need to give it a bit cold to see the memory limit.
    i think no one have a cpu can handle 2500 memory 24/7 same for 2400 and 2300 i'll test cl7 and 6 later just to see where they can go for dailyuse users

    and later i will post Gskill PIS 6gb 2000 6-9-6-24 kit test for X58 and P55 platforms, will test 12gb same kit too
    so please give time to do all of them
    Last edited by hiwa; 05-02-2010 at 02:18 AM.
    Quote Originally Posted by LardArse View Post
    i think you are asking the wrong person about safety limits, but

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    On the G.Skill site is also latency 9-11-9-28-2N,
    on the box and sticks 9-11-11-31 and third XMP show 9-12-12-32.
    Confusing.
    Btw,nice sticks...IC?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    On the G.Skill site is also latency 9-11-9-28-2N,
    on the box and sticks 9-11-11-31 and third XMP show 9-12-12-32.
    Confusing.
    Btw,nice sticks...IC?
    yes i see, will ask Gskill for sure
    but who care if they can get 8-11-8 2500 ?

    IC should be PSC like other lower freq kits from GSKILL
    Last edited by hiwa; 05-02-2010 at 03:56 AM.
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    i think you are asking the wrong person about safety limits, but

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    wow, amazing!!!! U R the best HIWA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hiwa View Post
    if we use cpu aircooling we can't see the memory limit caz cpu block us first, so we need to give it a bit cold to see the memory limit.
    i think no one have a cpu can handle 2500 memory 24/7 same for 2400 and 2300 i'll test cl7 and 6 later just to see where they can go for dailyuse users
    Exactly, I fully agree with you mate. Nobody can run 2400MHz+ memory for 24/7 with CPU on air, IMC gets pwned big time 'cause of high VTT And even if you can, your setup won't last long For example, with system on FULL AIR (both cpu and mems) I could memtest fully stable @ 2450MHz 9-12-9-31 @ 1.76V. But IMC Voltage was 1.53V... Too high for 24/7 from my point of view.

    Great job man! With the cpu on phase, IMC gets some proper cold and helps rams go sky high
    Last edited by George_o/c; 05-02-2010 at 11:03 PM.

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    thanks guys, i'll update this afternoon
    have some number to show u guys
    Quote Originally Posted by LardArse View Post
    i think you are asking the wrong person about safety limits, but

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    some tests
    Mem still on air

    quick IMC testing



    1371 8.11.8.24 1.66




    let try tighter tRCD

    32 2400.8.9.8.24 1.66






    let push a bit higher 2800 8.11.8
    Last edited by hiwa; 05-03-2010 at 11:07 PM.
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    2742Mhz cl8,thats just so sick.
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    Fisrt LN2 run on Asus Board and PSC ICs new GSKILL memories
    the PSC as we know coudn't run low tRCD, i amazed when i see they can run this good under cold, just give them cold and go for crazy frequencies

    i ron memoriy under cold with a lot of mainboards before , but this P7P55D-E deluxe was the best memory clocker i ever seen, damn stable and benched +3 hours under cold memory (-100/-150) , ICE everywhere but still went strong and boot everytime into the window....

    here we go ..

    32m 2200 7-8-7- 1.79



    pi 2m 2312 7-8-7-24 1.79



    32m 2140 6-8-6 1.69



    32m 2600 8-9-8 1.69





    Some setup pic


    Last edited by hiwa; 05-06-2010 at 09:12 AM.
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    nice work Hiwa, your giving Frank's ram a good run for their money
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    Awesome Memory, Awesome Overclocker and Awesome ASUS motherboard = PURE AWESOMENESS!!! - HIWA outstanding job and kudos for all the time and effort. Glad to hear your time spent on the -E Deluxe has been well spent and enjoyed.

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    SPi 32M @ 2600MHz 8-9-8 with only 1.69V! That's outstadning, congratulations Hiwa
    More voltage didn't help?

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    Really amazying. I thought TRCD is the bottleneck for PSC, and I was so surprised to see the 2300 7-8-7 timing.
    Does it need any subtiming adjust?? Some people have givn the memory undercold but only this one can run at low TRCD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leeghoofd View Post
    nice work Hiwa, your giving Frank's ram a good run for their money
    for the low price memory the performacne and frequency are AWESOME & incredible

    here is with cpu and mem on air for daily use users

    1913 6-8-6-24 1.64 is good enough for any daily use I7 860 user no ?




    Quote Originally Posted by illuminatiASUS View Post
    Awesome Memory, Awesome Overclocker and Awesome ASUS motherboard = PURE AWESOMENESS!!! - HIWA outstanding job and kudos for all the time and effort. Glad to hear your time spent on the -E Deluxe has been well spent and enjoyed.
    tested again with OLD PIS PSC memories today,i just wanted to see how the board is, got +70MHz higher than other boards would love to test this board with clarckbar (still have my gem 670 @ home)


    Quote Originally Posted by George_o/c View Post
    SPi 32M @ 2600MHz 8-9-8 with only 1.69V! That's outstadning, congratulations Hiwa
    More voltage didn't help?
    i wanted to show low Vdimm and high frequency, please stay tuned and wait for other Ln2 runs

    Quote Originally Posted by Kentaro View Post
    Really amazying. I thought TRCD is the bottleneck for PSC, and I was so surprised to see the 2300 7-8-7 timing.
    Does it need any subtiming adjust?? Some people have givn the memory undercold but only this one can run at low TRCD.
    the NEW PSC IC is aweseome and very stable with low tRCD,i should just set tWL @ 8 (def is 7) nothing change in performance with higher tWL
    tWL must be CAS -1 so for CL8 i should set 7 but max stable was 2568 between all tests air/ln2 did with B2B disabled


    QUICK 2508 9-9-9-24 1.66 testing also LN2



    so we can set tRCD same as Our Cas latency on new PSC , it's
    Last edited by hiwa; 05-08-2010 at 10:21 AM.
    Quote Originally Posted by LardArse View Post
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    Another quick LN2 -180

    2000 6-7-6-24-88 1.70 32m stable


    2065 6-7-6-88-1.70 1m




    Last edited by hiwa; 05-17-2010 at 12:09 PM.
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    WOWWWW!!

    This kit looks very fun. I will be looking forward to seeing some 3GHz with dual channel.

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    First off, great clocking hiwa, those are some excellent sticks!
    Quote Originally Posted by hiwa View Post
    i think no one have a cpu can handle 2500 memory 24/7 same for 2400 and 2300 i'll test cl7 and 6 later just to see where they can go for dailyuse users
    Not necessarily. I run my 870 at 4GHz / 200 BCLK 24/7 with only 1.4vVTT. Using the 12x multiplier it runs the sticks at their rated 2400 / 9-11-9-28, stable as can be. The CPU is on water, but still not sub-zero. It's not just software stable either. I beat the snot out of them with an Ultra-X hardware RAM tester (check out the review here). For softare stable, I can drop VTT down to a comfortable 1.375v.

    Anyway, just saying 2400 is possible 24/7 without issue & without damaging voltages. 2500...that's a lot tougher.
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