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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranui Gen-An View Post
    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.
    wow man thats alot of juice
    my ocz reapers with hypers do that with 1.65v with 920 and 980x

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    That memory looks worse than the 2200 C8's...

    Mine do ~1730 6-6-6-18 @ 1.71v.
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    man you guys are scaring me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zsamz_ View Post
    wow man thats alot of juice
    my ocz reapers with hypers do that with 1.65v with 920 and 980x
    Yeah but you have a good batch 920 (3845B) and a REII. I'd like to see what my sticks would do on your setup, conversely yours probably wouldn't do much on mine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranui Gen-An View Post
    Yeah but you have a good batch 920 (3845B) and a REII. I'd like to see what my sticks would do on your setup, conversely yours probably wouldn't do much on mine.
    the 980 imc is not as good as the imc on my 920 and the ram clocks the same
    btw i'm on rexIII now
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    This thread is confusing as H3LL. This 2000CL7 testing scared me out of selling my 2200 C8's and buying the 2000C C7's too. There is no performance difference according to your results :o
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeepBeep2 View Post
    This thread is confusing as H3LL. This 2000CL7 testing scared me out of selling my 2200 C8's and buying the 2000C C7's too. There is no performance difference according to your results :o
    i got 5 sets of hypers and they all clock different
    my best set is the cheapest i bought

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeepBeep2 View Post
    This thread is confusing as H3LL. This 2000CL7 testing scared me out of selling my 2200 C8's and buying the 2000C C7's too. There is no performance difference according to your results :o
    Not surprising there's no performance difference, I'd expect the 2000MHz CL7 and 2200MHz CL8 sticks to behave pretty much the same especially considering they're using the same chips and PCBs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranui Gen-An View Post
    Not surprising there's no performance difference, I'd expect the 2000MHz CL7 and 2200MHz CL8 sticks to behave pretty much the same especially considering they're using the same chips and PCBs.
    i agree...2200c8 should be a little better though coz i bought 6 sticks


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    Quote Originally Posted by zsamz_ View Post
    i got 5 sets of hypers and they all clock different
    my best set is the cheapest i bought
    and which set is that....
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    Quote Originally Posted by systemviper View Post
    and which set is that....
    THe one in his sig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by systemviper View Post
    and which set is that....
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    i'm happy i bought em lol
    i took the gamble maybe they were from the bad batch but jackpot
    i wish i bought 10 sets when they were sellin @ 130$ i paid 180$

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    Quote Originally Posted by zsamz_ View Post
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    i'm happy i bought em lol
    i took the gamble maybe they were from the bad batch but jackpot
    i wish i bought 10 sets when they were sellin @ 130$ i paid 180$
    They cost $500 now: http://www.jpcparts.com/page/idf.asp....3198zzxKyyZpf

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    ok got mine up and running and this is what i got to start with.
    just going to do short tests till i find the max freq at cl6
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    Quote Originally Posted by radaja View Post
    ok got mine up and running and this is what i got to start with.
    just going to do short tests till i find the max freq at cl6
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    very nice radaja
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    Quote Originally Posted by radaja View Post


    nice cas6 on those btw

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    i decided to try lower bclk to rule out that being my problem
    as i topped out at 19x215@4085 ddr3-1720 6-6-6 vtt at 1.44v vdimm at 1.72v
    im still a little hesitant to push vtt and vdimm
    so now i tried 21x145@3045 ddr3-1740 6-6-6 vtt at 1.42v vdimm 1.70v



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    good stuff radaja

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    Must be the CPU since Radaja is using a UD3R and I have one of those plus a UD7. 3845B vs 3946A, no comparison
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    I used Radaja's settings as a starting point and I was able to get 1740 6-6-6 stable at 1.70v. Very strange that less volts worked.

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    Looks better. That already beats my set so I'm looking forward to see if you can get that higher.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranui Gen-An View Post
    I used Radaja's settings as a starting point and I was able to get 1740 6-6-6 stable at 1.70v. Very strange that less volts worked.

    yes not all mem like high volts theres a point in some chips where more volts = more unstable at least in my experience
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranui Gen-An View Post
    Not surprising there's no performance difference, I'd expect the 2000MHz CL7 and 2200MHz CL8 sticks to behave pretty much the same especially considering they're using the same chips and PCBs.
    Yeah, but if you go by that...

    Then the 2200 CL8's should do 2000 CL7 and then 1800 CL6.

    The 2000 CL7 theoretically should be a bit better than the 2200 CL8. 2000 CL7 ram should not have much problem doing 1800 CL6 but this ram seems to have trouble with it.
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