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Thread: Kingston HyperX KHX2000C9AD3T1FK3/6GX - Elpida BDBG

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    Kingston HyperX KHX2000C9AD3T1FK3/6GX - Elpida BDBG

    A few days ago I received a DDR3 Triple Channel memory kit from Kingston to overclock & review.
    I started taking the photos for the review today and upon removing the heatspreaders to check which chips they carry I saw a chip I never heard of before ( the revision, not the maker / series ).
    They're Elpida J1108BDBG.
    There's nothing about them on Elpida's website, and google has nothing to say at all ( LOL ).

    Anybody happen to have a kit with those chips or am I the only one around ?

    Gonna run some tests later on tonight to see what they can do.

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    interesting indeed, thanks for sharing

    will be interesting to see how they perform
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    they actually were on elpida website a couple of months ago (when they were produced, i suppose)
    i already seen these on a couple of kingston 1333 value sets - they were nothing spectacular

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    I was wondering what the difference was between KHX2000C9D3T1FK3/6GX and KHX2000C9AD3T1FK3/6GX. I guess this explains it. The former which was based on BBSE seems to be discontinued along with it's CAS8 Hyper-based sibling.
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    I have tested some BDSE which were purely crap: 2000MHz 9-9-9-27 1.65v is no go
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    Just finished a few quick memtests.
    DDR3-2000 7-9-7-24 ( tRFC 70 ) is stable at 1.68V or so.
    More tests and some scores coming later on.
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    could BDBG be the true name for rebranded powerchips we saw recently?

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    I have the same kit, very nice

    Vmem=1,69V real



    But this chip doesn't like tRCD 8
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    So they can't do nice tRCDs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jowy Atreides View Post
    Intel is about to get athlon'd
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    I'm doing some initial testing on P55 ( sigh ) as I gave my classified to tsan for some tests with his 980X, so these numbers are definitely not final, and probably not maxed out ( need to get the classified back )

    tCL ( CAS Latency ) 6 max stable around DDR3-1550
    tCL ( CAS Latency ) 7 max stable around DDR3-2100 ( mobo/platform limit for sure )
    tRCD ( RAS to CAS Delay ) 6 max stable around DDR3-1400
    tRCD ( RAS to CAS Delay ) 7 max stable around DDR3-1600
    tRCD ( RAS to CAS Delay ) 8 max stable around DDR3-1900
    tRCD ( RAS to CAS Delay ) 9 max stable around DDR3-2100 ( mobo/platform limit for sure )
    tRP ( RAS Precharge ) 5 max stable around DDR3-1600
    tRP ( RAS Precharge ) 6 max stable around DDR3-1900
    tRP ( RAS Precharge ) 7 max stable around DDR3-2100 ( mobo/platform limit for sure )

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    32m 1600MHz C6 done

    Vmem 1.68V


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    I just saw the price for them, they're good value for money
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jowy Atreides View Post
    Intel is about to get athlon'd
    Athlon64 3700+ KACAE 0605APAW @ 3455MHz 314x11 1.92v/Vapochill || Core 2 Duo E8500 Q807 @ 6060MHz 638x9.5 1.95v LN2 @ -120'c || Athlon64 FX-55 CABCE 0516WPMW @ 3916MHz 261x15 1.802v/LN2 @ -40c || DFI LP UT CFX3200-DR || DFI LP UT NF4 SLI-DR || DFI LP UT NF4 Ultra D || Sapphire X1950XT || 2x256MB Kingston HyperX BH-5 @ 290MHz 2-2-2-5 3.94v || 2x256MB G.Skill TCCD @ 350MHz 3-4-4-8 3.1v || 2x256MB Kingston HyperX BH-5 @ 294MHz 2-2-2-5 3.94v

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    in europe these cost same as hyper-based 2000c8 kit, so not so good value at the moment

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    This kit is available for sale this weekend (probably until Tuesday) at US electronics chain Frys for $179.99.
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    that's cheap US$180 = AUD$196 here, right now this kit is around AUD$299-310 versus the 6GB Kingston 2000C8 Hypers = AUD$320-375
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    So you're saying I should grab a kit?
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    Go for it! shame prices in OZ seem to remain high even for budget 6GB 1600mhz kits ~US$200 right now.
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    In South Africa the price difference is about in line with eva2000's prices, only higher on both accounts
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jowy Atreides View Post
    Intel is about to get athlon'd
    Athlon64 3700+ KACAE 0605APAW @ 3455MHz 314x11 1.92v/Vapochill || Core 2 Duo E8500 Q807 @ 6060MHz 638x9.5 1.95v LN2 @ -120'c || Athlon64 FX-55 CABCE 0516WPMW @ 3916MHz 261x15 1.802v/LN2 @ -40c || DFI LP UT CFX3200-DR || DFI LP UT NF4 SLI-DR || DFI LP UT NF4 Ultra D || Sapphire X1950XT || 2x256MB Kingston HyperX BH-5 @ 290MHz 2-2-2-5 3.94v || 2x256MB G.Skill TCCD @ 350MHz 3-4-4-8 3.1v || 2x256MB Kingston HyperX BH-5 @ 294MHz 2-2-2-5 3.94v

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    I am having problems with this what I believe is the same memory except a 4GB kit

    KHX2000C9AD3T1K2/4GX

    What I ended up doing was buying three of those 4GB kits and I am using 6GB in my X58, 4GB on my P45 and I have a spare stick left over for testing.

    I got the the above listed 4GB kit from Fry's for $129.99, it was like $142 OTD for each kit. However I can not get it to run at even 1600 c7 on my EP45T USB3P, much less 2000 c9.
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    I'm not surprised you can't get it to run that high on the P45 board, those kits were designed for X58 and P55 setups. And as I recall, P45+DDR3 was a really bad combination...
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    Quote Originally Posted by l0ud_sil3nc3 View Post
    KHX2000C9AD3T1K2/4GX

    What I ended up doing was buying three of those 4GB kits and I am using 6GB in my X58, 4GB on my P45 and I have a spare stick left over for testing.

    I got the the above listed 4GB kit from Fry's for $129.99, it was like $142 OTD for each kit. However I can not get it to run at even 1600 c7 on my EP45T USB3P, much less 2000 c9.
    I too have a 4GB KHX2000C9AD3T1K2 kit I could easily run 1600MHz @ 6-7-6-18 @ 1.68V MemTest stable

    See more here: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=250507

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    Apparently those chips are smaller than BASE: http://blog.ark-pc.jp/?eid=104312
    However it looks like the SanMax memory that used BDGB has now switched to BABG so I don't know if BDGB is EOL too or what. Elpida makes too many ICs
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    Quote Originally Posted by George_o/c View Post
    I too have a 4GB KHX2000C9AD3T1K2 kit I could easily run 1600MHz @ 6-7-6-18 @ 1.68V MemTest stable

    See more here: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=250507

    you have a different kit:

    KHX2000C9D3T1K2/4GX - your kit


    KHX2000C9AD3T1K2/4GX - my kit

    mine are rated at 9-11-9-24 @ 1.65v
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    DDR3-2100 9-10-9-27 2T 1.70v BIOS (=1.749v real) 21x175BCLK Single HyperPi 32M



    I wanted to see how high this kit would run at its specified timings of 9-10-9, but after several failed attempts to run DDR3-2100 on 210BLCK at the 2:10 divider I decided to use 175BLCK 2:12 instead. Setting VDIMM in the BIOS to 1.70v (which gives about 1.75v real due to overvoltage) I was able to get single HyperPi 32M stable. I attempted 8x 32M but that resulted in an instant BSOD. I'm already running VTT pretty high so I'm not sure if I need more vcore, VDIMM or if the system just ain't having it.


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