Don dan and other, for information i got confirmed that the memory modules are doa.
How often it happens that one receives completely dead kit? :-)
Vishera 8320@ 5ghz | Gigabyte UD3 | 8gb TridentX 2400 c10| Powercolor 6850 | Thermalight Silver Arrow (bench Super KAZE 3k) | Samsung 830 128gbx2 Raid 0| Fractal case
Found one kit with serial 1240 and i looked under the heat spreader.
I saw that this is not Nanya like somebody thought and its written in the starting post -> its Aeneon or Infineon / Qimonda by the way. Look at the dot in the left, this is the same ic detection like the old DDR2 Aeneon / Infineon / Qimonda style. 2 rings in another, Nanya IC have a very small full dot only.
All tests are done with different 3770K CPUs ,ThermalRight SA 2 X fan 140 1200RPM ambient +22 and passed 32m several times.
G.SKILL Trident 16000C9 9-9-9-27 1.65 DualChannel 0640 BBSE , 2600 9-10-7-18-72 twcl 8 with 1.89
G.SKILL Trident 20000C9 9-11-9-31 1.65 DualChannel 0140 PSC , 2600 7-11-7-21-72 twcl 6 with 1.95 , this kit is from P55 time and always benched it +1.90 air, can do 2750 7-11-7 twcl 6 2.15 -20 8m
G.SKILL PIS 16000C6T 6-9-6-24-88 1.65 TripleChannel 0140 PSC , 2600 8-12-7-21-72 twcl 7 with 1.87 , 8Gb 2600 9-12-7-24-72 twcl 6 1.97
G.SKILL FLARE 8GB F3-16000CL7D-4GBFLS 7-9-7-24 1.65V DualChannel 1040 PSC , same as PIS series
G.SKILL PIS F3-17600CL7D-4GBPIS 7-10-7-24 1.65 DualChannel 1040 PSC , Dead Kit
not retail memories here
G.SKILL RipjawsX 2133 Cl8 BBSE Blue HS (Should be) 2600 8-12-8-21 all tight 1.85
G.SKILL RipjawsX 2400 Cl8 PSC (Black HS) 2700 7-11-7-24 all tight 1.89 can't do twcl 6
G.SKILL PerfectStorm triple channel BBSE 2500 8-11-8 all tight batch 0948 1.87
G.SKILL TridentX 2600C10 Sams 2700 10-12-10 all tight 1.90 twcl 8
I don't know about "white", but more like grey...at the base probably 1/4th the way up the side:
The copper dot that is visible here isn't visible on all the chips
It doesn't look like this if that's what you were asking:
but I will fire them up and see what they do anyway.
Looks like -
1600 6-8-6 posts at 1.55v, boots at 1.6v, needs about/almost 1.7v to pass 32m
2133 7-10-7 posts / boots at 1.65v, tried up to 1.75v will not pass 32m
2133 8-10-7 same thing
2133 7-11-7 same thing, gets a little further in 32m maybe...will test more
2133 7-10-8 same thing
BDBE? These sticks are crap.
Perfect time to throw a different kit of RAM into my Trinity setup...8-11-8 should work at 2133 though, I'm guessing. I find it odd though that 7-11-7/8-10-7/7-10-8/7-10-7 clock the same...also seems 6-9-6 does not help over 1600 6-8-6.
My RipjawsX 1600 6-8-6 act this way, but are good enough for 2133 7-10-7 ~1.7-1.75v IIRC, after that I have to move to 8-11-8. Those are some type of PSC
Win XP is a lot easier to corrupt than Win Vista/7, I've corrupted probably 7 installs of XP and Vista/7 3 or 4 combined. With those though, either the installation disc or built in you can fix it in like 5 minutes
It is a little weird.
6-8-6-24 1600 = 32M pass 1.67v, still need to try a little lower
6-9-6-24 does not work at 1866, nor does 7-9-7 up to 1.75v
7-10-7-27/7-11-7/8-10-7/7-10-8 boots fine at 2133, IIRC as low as 1.65v, but won't pass 32M up to 1.75v.
I had a hard time passing 6-8-6-20 1600 too, tried up to 1.7v for that.
Are you sure they are BBSE? Even the weakest Elpida Value BBSE I have seen on 1333 CL9 sticks can do 1066MHz 7-9-7 ~1.70V. The production date of the ICs on this kit is also too late for BBSE in my opinion. I think they're some kind of Elpida BDxx IC in OEM form, they were not even binned for BDBG or BDSE most likely.
That bad?? I thought you get all the good stuff from G.Skill...
I think BeepBeep should try tRCD7 at 800MHz, if they can't do that as well, I'm convinced they are some sort of BDxx.
What were those Ripjaws with BDBG rated for? Trident/Ripjaws with OEM BBSE are quite common and mostly clock like typical BBSE as well.