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    i know how you feel,these will be my first hypers and im excited as hell.
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    So is this the Super talent 2000 Cl7 that everyone is talking aobut.

    Super Talent Project X Series DDR3-2000 2GB CL7 Memory - WX200UB2G7
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    Sorta. Thats the single stick.

    Here is the Triple Channel kit:
    https://www.ewiz.com/detail.php?name...nel-Memory-Kit

    There is no dual channel kit.

    I'm still trying to get rid of my 2200 C8's.
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    al least they are cheaper then the CMGTX2
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    3x2GB Super Talent 2000 C7

    I had something nice waiting on me at home today




    For some reason, these don't have the "Speed" label like eva2000's







    The PCB has similar markings as eva's, STT-702.



    Once again, these use 8-layer Brainpower PCBs.



    And finally, as the Coolaler review of the pre-release product showed, these use J1108BASE MGH-E Hyper sticks.
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    I'm waiting for your results...so I can pull the trigger on my set.
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    projectx - speed - supertalent 3rd revision?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Hondacity View Post
    projectx - speed - supertalent 3rd revision?
    I just think they are confused.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeepBeep2 View Post
    I'm waiting for your results...so I can pull the trigger on my set.
    Looking for some tight timings? I'll see how high these can go on 6-6-6 and 7-7-7, I'm pretty much uncore limited at 4200MHz and I'm on air so I won't be able to do anything crazy like 2200+ 8-8-8.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranui Gen-An View Post
    Looking for some tight timings? I'll see how high these can go on 6-6-6 and 7-7-7, I'm pretty much uncore limited at 4200MHz and I'm on air so I won't be able to do anything crazy like 2200+ 8-8-8.
    6-6-6-18 is what I'm looking for.
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    I did some very preliminary memtest86+ 4.00 tests. Of my three sticks, only one managed 1 full pass@DDR3-1800 6-6-6-20 with BIOS voltage set to 1.70v (=1.735v real) but did not pass looping of test #5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranui Gen-An View Post
    I did some very preliminary memtest86+ 4.00 tests. Of my three sticks, only one managed 1 full pass@DDR3-1800 6-6-6-20 with BIOS voltage set to 1.70v (=1.735v real) but did not pass looping of test #5.
    That's not very encouraging. Sticks binned at 2000 CL7 should be able to hit CL6 at 1800. Weird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by runnin17 View Post
    That's not very encouraging. Sticks binned at 2000 CL7 should be able to hit CL6 at 1800. Weird.
    I'm sure they will@6-7-6.
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    That certainly makes me want to keep my sticks actually...

    That kit is way more expensive than the 2200 C8's and I don't know if I want to go there.

    I want 1800 6-6-6-18 or 6-6-6-20 for benching.


    Exactly how high do they go with 1.65v and 6-6-6? That would help me alot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeepBeep2 View Post
    That certainly makes me want to keep my sticks actually...

    That kit is way more expensive than the 2200 C8's and I don't know if I want to go there.

    I want 1800 6-6-6-18 or 6-6-6-20 for benching.


    Exactly how high do they go with 1.65v and 6-6-6? That would help me alot.
    Well gonna be a bit different clocking 3x2GB sticks vs 2x2GB, and AMD vs Intel, so don't take too much out of my results. That said, these are probably better suited for high 7-7-7, 7-8-7 and 8-8-8 clocking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeepBeep2 View Post
    That certainly makes me want to keep my sticks actually...

    That kit is way more expensive than the 2200 C8's and I don't know if I want to go there.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranui Gen-An View Post
    Well gonna be a bit different clocking 3x2GB sticks vs 2x2GB, and AMD vs Intel, so don't take too much out of my results. That said, these are probably better suited for high 7-7-7, 7-8-7 and 8-8-8 clocking.
    My 2x2GB 2200's on AMD clocked 6-6-6 worse than eva2000's 3x2GB on intel...thats why I'm asking.
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    got my kit today and it looks like the same black PCB and markings as the 2000 cl7's
    i was going to take a heatspreader off but couldnt figure out how these one are done?
    Shiranui Gen-An,how did you get them off?just pull the one side off?i know about
    heating them and gently prying them but do they just slip apart at that groove where
    they are together at?
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    Quote Originally Posted by radaja View Post
    got my kit today and it looks like the same black PCB and markings as the 2000 cl7's
    i was going to take a heatspreader off but couldnt figure out how these one are done?
    Shiranui Gen-An,how did you get them off?just pull the one side off?i know about
    heating them and gently prying them but do they just slip apart at that groove where
    they are together at?
    Nope. You gotta heat them and pry them. I killed one of my good Super Talent DDR2 sticks a few days ago...that stuff is TACKY!
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    Quote Originally Posted by radaja View Post
    got my kit today and it looks like the same black PCB and markings as the 2000 cl7's
    i was going to take a heatspreader off but couldnt figure out how these one are done?
    Shiranui Gen-An,how did you get them off?just pull the one side off?i know about
    heating them and gently prying them but do they just slip apart at that groove where
    they are together at?
    I just heated the stick up for a couple of minutes and it pried off pretty easily, not much force was required at all. I indeed started from the groove where they come together.
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    yea thats what im asking.like i said i know to heat them and pry but i just never seen ones like this with that tongue and groove connection.thanks guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeepBeep2 View Post
    The Corsair GTX2 do ~1880 6-6-6-18 with 1.70v on AMD...my ram isn't really what I expected, I would have liked at least 1800.
    with memory being binned very aggressively by Corsair on GTX2, doubt you'd get anywhere close on cheaper elpida by other brands

    Quote Originally Posted by andressergio View Post
    Will buy one of theses 2x2 Stalent 2200 CL8 will test against my Gskills PI 2000 CL6 on the EP45T USB3P i want some hypers in ma hands
    let us know how you do

    Quote Originally Posted by radaja View Post
    i know how you feel,these will be my first hypers and im excited as hell.
    congrats and welcome to the world of fast tight ass high clock ram Potentially you can push bclk higher on elpida hypers too

    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranui Gen-An View Post
    I had something nice waiting on me at home today

    And finally, as the Coolaler review of the pre-release product showed, these use J1108BASE MGH-E Hyper sticks.
    sweet MGH-E Hypers

    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranui Gen-An View Post
    I did some very preliminary memtest86+ 4.00 tests. Of my three sticks, only one managed 1 full pass@DDR3-1800 6-6-6-20 with BIOS voltage set to 1.70v (=1.735v real) but did not pass looping of test #5.
    pretty similar to my 2200C8 2x2GB kits if you look at my memtest results for kit #1, #2 and #3 http://i4memory.com/f83/super-talent...tml#post131086 only 1 2x2 kit #2 hit 1800mhz 6-6-6-20 at 1.7, other 2 kits of 2x2GB hit 1788mhz 6-6-6-20 at 1.7v

    Now I mixed in 3x2GB 2200C8 max memtest86 is at 889mhz easy and 894mhz 6-6-6-20 at 1.7v with some tweaking of RTL A/B/C channels but I managed to do it at lower CPU VTT of 1.3875v.



    Quote Originally Posted by runnin17 View Post
    That's not very encouraging. Sticks binned at 2000 CL7 should be able to hit CL6 at 1800. Weird.
    not really sticks binned for one speed only guaranteed for that binned speed, anything else is really up to individual modules and system and cpu IMC it's paired with.

    Quote Originally Posted by BeepBeep2 View Post
    My 2x2GB 2200's on AMD clocked 6-6-6 worse than eva2000's 3x2GB on intel...thats why I'm asking.
    pretty close 3x2GB 2200c8 for me memtest is 889-894mhz 6-6-6-20 at 1.7v

    Quote Originally Posted by BeepBeep2 View Post
    Nope. You gotta heat them and pry them. I killed one of my good Super Talent DDR2 sticks a few days ago...that stuff is TACKY!
    not worth the risk, just finding out max cas6, 7, and 8 clocks should be enough
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    Quote Originally Posted by eva2000 View Post
    congrats and welcome to the world of fast tight ass high clock ram Potentially you can push bclk higher on elpida hypers too
    yep im excited,got a 980x on the way and i just read your mem multi/uncore multi and vtt guide and i like the thought of having more options
    for the uncore,i think it will be much more fun to OC with gulftown than with bloomfield.more options is alway better:up;
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    Quote Originally Posted by eva2000 View Post

    let us know how you do
    Thanks eva i reached 2000 CL9 1T PL8 on the EP45T USB3P and 1600 CL8 PL7 but Gskills need that weirdo 6-9... / 7-10.. so i wanna see some flat timmings like 6-6-6-18

    i know its an old socket but maybe you may want to see what im testing here:
    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...05132&page=259

    i will report as soon as i get them

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    3x2GB Super Talent 2000 C7 @DDR3-1740 6-6-6-20 1.74v

    DDR3-1740 6-6-6-20 1T 1.74v 1.475VTT 21x145BCLK


    Once again, it seems like I need a lot more VDIMM that others for the same clocks. Up to this point I've only used Gigabyte X58A series boards (UD3R and UD7), I'm not sure if a different brand like Asus would make a difference or not.

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