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    US$79.99 GSkill [ECO] F3-12800CL7D-4GBECO (2Gx2) 1.35v @ DDR3 2400 CL9

    A US $79.99 (NEWEGG) 2Gx2 RAM modules can do what?

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    Warranty cards and ram modules:


    Specification: DDR3 1600 CL7-8-7-24 1.35V


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    Test Platform:
    CPU: Intel i7 870
    MB: Asus P7P55D LE
    RAM: [ ECO ] F3-12800CL7D-4GBECO (2Gx2)
    Display card: Nvidia GTS450
    SSD: ADATA S599
    PSU: Corsair AX850

    1) DDR3 1600 CL7-8-7-24 @ 1.3V, 5rounds LinX passed:


    Bandwidth: 17238MB/s


    2) DDR3 2000 CL7-9-7-24 @ 1.6V, 5rounds LinX passed:


    3) DDR3 2400 CL9-11-9-31 @ 1.7V, 5rounds LinX passed:


    Running 3DVantage also no problem:


    For such a budgetted rams, you can choose low voltage(1.3V) @ DDR3 1600, safe voltage(1.6V) @ DDR3 2000 CL7 or a higher Voltage(1.7V) @ DDR3 2400 CL9, very high performance/price ratio!
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    Interesting. Do you think 3 of them would run in an i7 Sys with the same rate?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hampti View Post
    Interesting. Do you think 3 of them would run in an i7 Sys with the same rate?
    i had the same and didnt have the chance to try then in X58 but try them at 4515 no HT if you can man thats too low CPU clocks most mem will do fine at those speeds
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    Thanks for posting TinTin. They are very good ram for the price, think I will buy a set soon.

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    Very nice ram...I think probably cas 7 ddr3 2000 is the sweet spot.
    Heck i paid over $200 for the G.Skill ddr3 2200 cas 7 kit less than a year ago...
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    Nice kit dude!!.

    I see if i bough some of this kits for Sandy and p55 platforms.

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    this really interesting, should get those

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    Quote Originally Posted by LagunaX View Post
    Very nice ram...I think probably cas 7 ddr3 2000 is the sweet spot.
    Heck i paid over $200 for the G.Skill ddr3 2200 cas 7 kit less than a year ago...
    no way on X58 just maybe on P55 but even so its 7.11 crap

    also as i say up CPU to 4515 and retry...you will see aint easy

    currently my hypers do 4515 1720 6.6.6.19 1T

    the only gskills i liked was 2000 CL6 but ecos do as expected
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    WOW, nice result with that "low" Board and that "Low" Voltage Ram
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    wow looks very nice 2400 cl9 :O i buy a super talent 2200 cl9 i hope that be good

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    Nice TinTin
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    Nice ram

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    Any chance they might do CAS 6 @1600MHz ~ 1..5v? Also, when I go on Newegg to see this kit, it reads "7-8-7-24-2N". What's the 2N?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OCX600RR View Post
    Any chance they might do CAS 6 @1600MHz ~ 1..5v? Also, when I go on Newegg to see this kit, it reads "7-8-7-24-2N". What's the 2N?
    2N = command rate 2T

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    Great results! The modules themselves are fancy, too. Would make a worthy purchase. G.Skill FTW!
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    just snagged a kit of these to play with, they seem to be nicely binned psc sticks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mafio View Post
    2N = command rate 2T
    That's what I thought. So most DDR3 kits that are rated 2N will run at 1T also? Reason I'm asking is because I'm readying to purchase SB & will need to also get some good DDR3.

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    What's the max volts you can push through these things for 24/7?

    I'm having stability issues w/ these sticks I think, or its my 760. I got 1860 9-9-9-24 almost perfectly stable. Wouldn't boot 8-9-8 at 1.5v at that speed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [XC] Synthetickiller View Post
    What's the max volts you can push through these things for 24/7?

    I'm having stability issues w/ these sticks I think, or its my 760. I got 1860 9-9-9-24 almost perfectly stable. Wouldn't boot 8-9-8 at 1.5v at that speed.
    I would think that 1.6 should be fine for 24/7
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    Thanks. I'll play around with clocks later.

    I don't have much OCing experience with ram, so let me ask you guys....

    This ram is 7-8-7-24 at 1600, so if I hit 2000, what timings do I need to get the same performance out of ram?
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    Quote Originally Posted by [XC] Synthetickiller View Post
    Thanks. I'll play around with clocks later.

    I don't have much OCing experience with ram, so let me ask you guys....

    This ram is 7-8-7-24 at 1600, so if I hit 2000, what timings do I need to get the same performance out of ram?
    Really all depends, run some memory benches for comparisons i guess, 2000 would be faster quite easily unless your running very very loose timings.. I believe cas9 is still a big jump..

    Another thing I find funny is AMD/Intel would snipe any of our Moms on a grocery run if it meant good quarterly results, and you are forever whining about what feser did?

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    ^^ DDR3 2000 cas9 would be faster than 1600 @ 6-8-6-24?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OCX600RR View Post
    ^^ DDR3 2000 cas9 would be faster than 1600 @ 6-8-6-24?
    Sure would

    Another thing I find funny is AMD/Intel would snipe any of our Moms on a grocery run if it meant good quarterly results, and you are forever whining about what feser did?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny87au View Post
    Sure would
    Not so sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fordf250 View Post
    thats plain DDR, double data rate, not even ddr2, shiz is old school mate.. Im not 100% certain im sure it would be close, just gotta run some benches though..

    Another thing I find funny is AMD/Intel would snipe any of our Moms on a grocery run if it meant good quarterly results, and you are forever whining about what feser did?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny87au View Post
    thats plain DDR, double data rate, not even ddr2, shiz is old school mate.. Im not 100% certain im sure it would be close, just gotta run some benches though..


    There's data for DDR, DDR2 and DDR3 in the tables. And the principles for calculating latency haven't changed at all.

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