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Thread: G.SKILL Trident X Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) F3-2400C9D-8GTXD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivanlabrie View Post
    Any new results with these?
    I found a sweet spot for 5GHZ on 3770k, 1.65v on the sticks at 2500mhz.



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    Won't they go down on CL9 in that frequency ?

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    they will at 1.75+

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex-Ro View Post
    they will at 1.75+


    I tried that and it worked.


    CL9 2500mhz 1.75v

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    Pretty good! Glad those worked out nicely with your mpower man
    Now go for 2800mhz cl9

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    This is an old thread but I wanted to share my experiences with this ram. I was able to run 2600 9-11-11 on 1.70v, and I could get 2800 10-12-12 at 1.75v (1.70v crashed). Could not get above 2800 no matter what timings or voltage.


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    That looks great, I just bought a set of these sticks for a new build. Awesome ram for the money.

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    This kit is also made for ultra fast running @ 1300MHz:



    Performs much better bandwidth and latency than set @ 1200Mhz CL9.

    Stock volts @ 1.65v.

    32M @ 4GHz only for stability - will get better time - too much stuff running in background.

    Trfc is set to 147. Insane sticks from G.SKILL................
    If nothing works nomore......:


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    Update - now better 32M @ 4GHz:



    If nothing works nomore......:


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    Here's 1300MHz @ 4.5GHz:



    If nothing works nomore......:


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    So this is max I can do with the current CPU - 1300MHz @ 4.8GHz:





    All results on air - CPU cooled by CORSAIR H60.

    Now looking for 5GHz chip...........

    If nothing works nomore......:


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    So after a long search I was successful - here's the 5GHz chip paired with the GTXD in action:



    BTW, nice fan includet:



    I tried all possible settings @ 1300MHz - changed subtimings also.

    10-12-11-25 or lower is not 100% stable, lowering ref interval & ref cycle time also somtimes freezes. No matter what voltage used. 32M is possible.

    So best @1300MHz for 24/7 is 10-12-11-30 1T. 100% stable @ 1.65v. Left subtimings to AUTO. Faster in 32M than 1200MHz @ 9-11-11-21 1T.

    I'm curious to see them working with BROADWELL K chip on Z97...............
    If nothing works nomore......:


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    First test 10-12-11-23 1T @ 1300MHz - tREF set to 147 & refCycleTime set to 7936. Small bump on voltage to 1.655:




    About half a second faster compared to 10-12-11-25 1T I was running before @ 4GHz. Will be continiued with testing @ higher CPU speeds.

    Last edited by camouflage; 07-04-2014 at 03:18 AM.
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    I told you the 2400 C9 would perform much better than the 2400 C10!

    Have fun!

    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
    You can never have enough D9's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don_Dan View Post
    I told you the 2400 C9 would perform much better than the 2400 C10!

    Have fun!

    If nothing works nomore......:


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    tried two sets of 2400C9 recently

    set #1 (141625.........) on ASUS Z97:



    set #1 (141625.........) on MSI Z97:



    set #2 (143525.........) on ASUS Z87:



    set #2 (143525.........) on ASUS Z97:



    set #2 (143525.........) on MSI Z97:


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    Quote Originally Posted by TaPaKaH View Post
    tried two sets of 2400C9 recently

    set #1 (141625.........) on ASUS Z97:



    set #1 (141625.........) on MSI Z97:



    set #2 (143525.........) on ASUS Z87:



    set #2 (143525.........) on ASUS Z97:



    set #2 (143525.........) on MSI Z97:

    Tapakah, RAM in air?

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    yes, all on air, normal ambients.

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