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    GSKILL F3-17000CL9D-8GBXLD on ASUS MVG up to 2666+

    I forget something..I have this kit before Gskill TRIDENT X come out ..I tested again on Asus Maximus V Gene + Ivy 3770K well seem like this result promising cuz this kit with rating 17000..this one GSKILL F3-17000CL9D-8GBXLD



















    Hardware Setup :
    i7 3770K EO ES
    ASUS MAXIMUS V GENE
    MSI GTX 680 TFIII
    ANTEC HCP 1200
    ANTEC KUHLEr 920

    Testing method only using hyper PI with Diveder 2133 2200 2400 2600 2666 and using Memory Preset Load Medium 2x4G Samsung Profile on Asus Maximus V Gene


    BY SPD



    2200 9 11 10 28 1T 1.65 VOLT



    2400 10 11 10 28 1T 1.65 VOLT



    2600 10 12 12 31 1T 1.65 VOLT



    2666 11 13 13 31 1T 1.65 VOLT



    Thanks for reading...
    Last edited by Hazzan; 05-03-2012 at 09:23 AM.
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    i think you are asking the wrong person about safety limits, but

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    It behaves pretty much the same as the new Trident X 2400C10.
    I bet this one is Hynix CFR.

    Nice work tho

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    Nice work Hazzan and thanks for posting your results!

    Try the Hynix Profile!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don_Dan View Post
    Nice work Hazzan and thanks for posting your results!

    Try the Hynix Profile!
    yess I have test on Hynix Profile but not working when run SPI 32M ..seem like this kit using Samsung chipset..
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    yeah these are actually a very cool kit, another kit that was a good performer before but now clocks amazingly with Ivy

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    is there any kits out there that aren't doing exactly that?

    aside from hypers really.

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    Would you be kind enought to post subtimmings using memtweak ? I'm runing the exact same kit on a asrock Z77 professional ( thus I don't have the memory profiles ) and anything over 2200 will cause it not to post.

    I can only go for 2200 10-12-10-28 1.65v

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    Quote Originally Posted by youngpro View Post
    yeah these are actually a very cool kit, another kit that was a good performer before but now clocks amazingly with Ivy
    Yess Exactly James clocking memory on IVY really have fun ...

    Quote Originally Posted by AVulgarPicture View Post
    is there any kits out there that aren't doing exactly that?

    aside from hypers really.
    I think soo yess...

    Quote Originally Posted by st0ned View Post
    Would you be kind enought to post subtimmings using memtweak ? I'm runing the exact same kit on a asrock Z77 professional ( thus I don't have the memory profiles ) and anything over 2200 will cause it not to post.

    I can only go for 2200 10-12-10-28 1.65v
    here we goo...

    Quote Originally Posted by LardArse View Post
    i think you are asking the wrong person about safety limits, but

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    For my kits

    G.Skill F3-17000CL9D-8GBXM

    Hynix CFR PBC with Asus MVG

    2666 11-13-13-35 2T 1.65V







    2800 11-14-14-35 2T 1.72V




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    I can run my kit at 2200 9-11-9-28 1T with 1.65v, i want to try 2400 now. Shall i use the same subtimings as the 2666 screen you posted. I am total nub when it comes to mem oc
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