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    Cool 3x2GB Super Talent 2200C8 @DDR3-2392Mhz 8-8-8-24 1.7v

    Elpida Hypers for sure !









    3x 2GB Super Talent Speed 2200C8 (made up of 2x2GB dual channel kits WS220UX4G8)

    @DDR3-2058Mhz 7-7-7-21 at 1.66v





    @DDR3-2214Mhz 8-8-8-24 1T at 1.70v





    @DDR3-2384Mhz 8-8-8-24 1T at 1.70v


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    thanks eva

    green pcb is old...same set though





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    great reporting, always watching results.

    so who has the cheapest E Hypers, i found these from $179 to $240 for a set of 2
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    Quote Originally Posted by systemviper View Post
    great reporting, always watching results.

    so who has the cheapest E Hypers, i found these from $179 to $240 for a set of 2
    I don't think there's anything cheaper than the STT 6GB DDR3-2000 C8 kits at ewiz.
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    just received a mail from stasio about them very nice kits
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hondacity View Post
    thanks eva

    green pcb is old...same set though



    So the green PCB is Brainpower, I wonder if the black ones are as well. My Patriot Viper II kit uses black Brainpower PCB though the first kit I had that was replaced had green Kunyu PCB.
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    Too lazy to take a better photo so found what PCB is used from existing photo - seems to be Brain Power PCB



    yeah these kits and Kingston 2000c8 kit i tested are cheaper elpida hyper available - for 6GB Super Talent 2200c8 equivalent price would be AUD$321 vs 6GB Kingston 2000c8 AUD$315
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    Quote Originally Posted by eva2000 View Post
    Too lazy to take a better photo so found what PCB is used from existing photo - seems to be Brain Power PCB



    yeah these kits and Kingston 2000c8 kit i tested are cheaper elpida hyper available - for 6GB Super Talent 2200c8 equivalent price would be AUD$321 vs 6GB Kingston 2000c8 AUD$315
    What kind of camera/lens are you using for those closeup shots?
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    The photos aren't a close up shots but crops of image taken around 40-80cm away from the memory modules. Using Pentax K-7 with Sigma 18-50mm EX 2.8 macro lens hand held

    Anyway, got off my lazy butt and did macro shots for clearer read on the markings on Super Talent PCB



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    If you look under the lip of the heatspreader it says "BP ML XXXXXX" just like Hondacity's photo. It's definately a Brainpower 8 layer PCB.

    I just with my set didn't suck...

    6-6-6-20 @ 1720 1.71v is the max for these, already did 4 days of drive strength and stability testing.

    Thinking of selling these and scrapping up the money for the Super Talent 2000 C7...
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    So are these the new Hyper IC chip, or the older? Other one is MGN-E?

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    so do you think the 3x2 ddr3-2000 cl8 kit is hyper's too?
    im about to buy a kit,so if anyone knows for sure let me know ok?thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost_recon88 View Post
    So are these the new Hyper IC chip, or the older? Other one is MGN-E?
    These are MGH-E, the old ones that randomly die are MNH-E. These are the new ones, the same ones Corsair uses.

    Quote Originally Posted by radaja View Post
    so do you think the 3x2 ddr3-2000 cl8 kit is hyper's too?
    im about to buy a kit,so if anyone knows for sure let me know ok?thanks
    Maybe. If you look at Super Talent's web site they don't necessarily like selling ram with 7-8-7 timings, 8-10-10 timings, whatever that isn't even. They only have 2 kits like that. :P I'd take a bet and say hyper. Just don't blame me if they arent.

    4GB of the 2200 is $180:
    http://www.ewiz.com/detail.php?name=...nel-Memory-kit

    Add 2GB 2200 for $90:
    http://www.ewiz.com/detail.php?name=...8X8-CL8-Memory

    Makes 3x2GB 2200 C8 for $270.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranui Gen-An View Post
    I don't think there's anything cheaper than the STT 6GB DDR3-2000 C8 kits at ewiz.
    I'm using these. Very solid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeepBeep2 View Post
    These are MGH-E, the old ones that randomly die are MNH-E. These are the new ones, the same ones Corsair uses.



    Maybe. If you look at Super Talent's web site they don't necessarily like selling ram with 7-8-7 timings, 8-10-10 timings, whatever that isn't even. They only have 2 kits like that. :P I'd take a bet and say hyper. Just don't blame me if they arent.

    4GB of the 2200 is $180:
    http://www.ewiz.com/detail.php?name=...nel-Memory-kit

    Add 2GB 2200 for $90:
    http://www.ewiz.com/detail.php?name=...8X8-CL8-Memory

    Makes 3x2GB 2200 C8 for $270.
    thanks Beep.and i wont blame you if they're not.
    i was thinkng the same thing with the 2200's and buying the extra stick
    but my only worry is that the one stick happens to suck ass
    so i think i will just go the 3x2 kit and just live with 2000 speeds
    woth it for the price of 215

    my other option is the G.Skill perfect storm 3x2 ddr3-2133 cl9's

    Quote Originally Posted by johnnymossville View Post
    I'm using these. Very solid.
    have you looked at the actual IC's by any chance?how does your kit OC?
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    Quote Originally Posted by radaja View Post
    ..have you looked at the actual IC's by any chance?how does your kit OC?
    I haven't, but you have me curious now.

    This system is stable at 4.57GHz and I've bumped it up to 4.615GHz for awhile to play games, but it's not 100% stable there. As far as memory goes they run well at CAS7 DDR-2047, but they are power hogs, so I haven't pushed them further than that.
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    thats good enough for me 2000 cl7 is great.dont try and take
    the heatspreaders off on my account,i dont want you to kill your ram.thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by radaja View Post
    thats good enough for me 2000 cl7 is great.dont try and take
    the heatspreaders off on my account,i dont want you to kill your ram.thanks
    I just took a look inside the case, and the only thing I can say without taking anything apart is that the PCB is black, and they say STT 702 like in EVA2000's pics. Not sure what that means.
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    Quote Originally Posted by radaja View Post
    have you looked at the actual IC's by any chance?how does your kit OC?

    http://i4memory.com/f83/super-talent...00-cas8-23675/
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    http://x-memory.ru/reviews/reviews.p...LEMENT_ID=2285
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    thanks stasio
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    Looks like radaja's got some new MGH-E's to play with soon...
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    yep as soon as i get the funds,which should be tonight
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    Quote Originally Posted by radaja View Post
    yep as soon as i get the funds,which should be tonight
    oh nooooo hypers in your hands
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    Quote Originally Posted by zsamz_ View Post
    oh nooooo hypers in your hands
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