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Thread: AMD Radeon Memory ???

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    $120 hkd = ~ $15 usd

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    Quote Originally Posted by imamage View Post
    I have a pair , IMHO it's just regular DDR3-1333 , I can't get it stable at DDR3-1600 (w/ CL11-11-11 ... doesn't work , memtest Fail after 5% )
    My Transcend DDR3-1333 4GB (Hyrix chipset) perform better than the AMD pair
    at least the 4GB pair run fine with DDR3-1600 CL9
    Hynix chips on the dimms are usually a sign of very high quality. THey used to be called Hyundai if I remember correctly and am not mistaken. Even better then sammys chips
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    Quote Originally Posted by imamage View Post
    As you requested
    They have "remarked" the chip as "AMD"
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    P.S. : It's Single Side RAM ,
    Hmm, wheres the ns ratings on the chips themselves? On older ram it would say -2 for example, now it seems with DDR3 all these numbers and different manufacturers put the ns rating whereever they want. So whats the ns rating on those chips?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ASharp View Post
    NCIX has these modules for $10 for 2GB if any Canadians want to get their hands on some.
    http://www.ncix.com/products/?sku=62322

    ty memory or not, what do you expect for $5/GB ?

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    Sorry to push up this old thread

    I just found out the local dealer have these "new" stuff come in
    http://www.xander.com.hk/product.php...1#page=feature
    Another type of AMD Radeon Memory ???

    IMHO , the red heatsink kinda cool , I wish they won't charge a lot for that
    Probably go grab a pair of 4GB DDR3-1600 "AMD" Memory just for the sake of it

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    Quote Originally Posted by imamage View Post
    Sorry to push up this old thread

    I just found out the local dealer have these "new" stuff come in
    http://www.xander.com.hk/product.php...1#page=feature
    Another type of AMD Radeon Memory ???

    IMHO , the red heatsink kinda cool , I wish they won't charge a lot for that
    Probably go grab a pair of 4GB DDR3-1600 "AMD" Memory just for the sake of it
    Hope amd release more faster RAM in near future. Trinity with 2000mhz RAM is nice.

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    Sorry to bump an old thread

    The friendly local store just have these AMD Memory in stock
    and I grab a pair of 4GB DDR3-1600 (CL9-9-9-28 , 1.5V rated in SPD )

    The memory was made by Patriot , I have no clue what kind of chip is that but it doesn't clock well
    Pushing tight CL won't even boot with my TA870 (DDR3-1600 CL8-8-8-28 no POST , CL8-9-8 does boot up at BIOS but can't enter Windows 7, only showing a BSoD )

    I guess if you want a good memory to overclock with , these pair wasn't a good choice
    however the price is a bargain , so I guess I just drop them in with my APU ITX rig (as I don't need any overclocking)

    The 4GB DDR3-1600 itself cost $160 HKD (~20 USD)

    Last edited by imamage; 12-15-2011 at 07:24 AM.

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    If they do 1600 9-9-9 for $20 USD, I think they are a good deal...
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