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    are this ELPIDA HYPER ICs ? Super Talent 2GB (2GB PC 2000) WX200UB2G7

    I want to bench 2x2 for haswell

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    They should be Elpida Hyper MNH-E.

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    thanks yes
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    what are you trying to do with hypers?some decent psc or bbse or the samsung's you already have are better than hypers on newer platforms

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    thanks yes
    PC3-16000 ProjectX 7-7-7-20 @ 1.65V Elpida J1108BASE-MGH-E Hyper
    WX200UB2G7 (2GB)
    I still have a kit of the 2200 Super Talent and a couple of Hyper kits from the Dominator GT days (2000 c7) but gave up running them.
    I am enjoying the PSC's though. Not as fast as how the rest can make them but getting there slowly, I think.

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    Those should be Hypers.

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    yes sir ! Elpida for sure
    Hyper MGH-E for sure.. have the same kit here myself. Very curious to see what they can do
    Have not had the time to test them on haswell yet !
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    Crucial are better this days ... no other memory can do what they can. Only problem is the binning.

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    banana stands for nice words Binning on micron ic's is highly important,however for cold operation they need proper pcb,and crucial's(at least the smaller modules) is not fit at all,below -5 degrees kaput.As far as i know we shall see some vendors implementing micron later this year,but they should do really well on cold to surpass samsung madness

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex-Ro View Post
    banana stands for nice words Binning on micron ic's is highly important,however for cold operation they need proper pcb,and crucial's(at least the smaller modules) is not fit at all,below -5 degrees kaput.As far as i know we shall see some vendors implementing micron later this year,but they should do really well on cold to surpass samsung madness
    that's not democracy, I'm supposed to say whatever I want to. Moderators are there to judge who is beeing an or not.


    Anywhay, samsungs are great but are them better than 2300Mhz 8-8-8? I guess not, probably not on AMD, maybe on haswell.







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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex-Ro View Post
    what are you trying to do with hypers?some decent psc or bbse or the samsung's you already have are better than hypers on newer platforms
    yes alex i want some good PCS tought they were but i got confused

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    I know that Mushkin released a lot of PCS

    Mushkin:

    PC3-12800 Ridgeback 6-8-6-24 @ 1.65V PSC XDZ015A3G-A
    998826 (3x2GB)

    PC3-12800 Ridgeback 8-8-8-24 @ 1.65V PSC XDY433A3G-A
    998827 (3x2GB)

    PC3-12800 Blackline 7-8-7-20 @ 1.65V PSC XDX059A3G-A
    996679 (2x2GB)

    PC3-12800 Redline 6-8-6-24 @ 1.65V PSC
    998805 (3x2GB)

    PC3-12800 Redline 6-8-6-24 @ 1.65V PSC XDR729A3G-A
    996805 (2x2GB)

    PC3-12800 Redline Copperhead 6-8-6-24 @ 1.65V PSC
    998831 (3x2GB)
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    look for gskill or corsair,speeds 2000 and up,1600 spec will not get you very high unless you hit the jackpot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex-Ro View Post
    look for gskill or corsair,speeds 2000 and up,1600 spec will not get you very high unless you hit the jackpot.
    Thanks Alex !
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    this are PCS right ?

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    could be,however get these if you can:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/G-SKILL-PIS-...item43be88d340

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex-Ro View Post
    could be,however get these if you can:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/G-SKILL-PIS-...item43be88d340
    thanks !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex-Ro View Post
    could be,however get these if you can:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/G-SKILL-PIS-...item43be88d340
    talked to the guy but he is not willing to sell buy it now...so its bid and 5 days ufff add the 2 weeks to my country :/
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    Those 2000 c6 are quite good if you hit the jackpot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxxx View Post
    Those 2000 c6 are quite good if you hit the jackpot.
    Yes they seem awesome lets see
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barr3l Rid3r View Post
    that's not democracy, I'm supposed to say whatever I want to. Moderators are there to judge who is beeing an a s s or not.


    Anywhay, samsungs are great but are them better than 2300Mhz 8-8-8? I guess not, probably not on AMD, maybe on haswell.
    Most decent Hyper are capable of 2400+ at 8-8-8. Good Hyper can do it at 7-8-7. Samsungs can do almost 3000 at 9-12-12 and have proven to be quite a bit faster than everything out there except frozen PSC.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bassplayer View Post
    Most decent Hyper are capable of 2400+ at 8-8-8. Good Hyper can do it at 7-8-7. Samsungs can do almost 3000 at 9-12-12 and have proven to be quite a bit faster than everything out there except frozen PSC.
    i tried CFR, MFR and samsungs, my samsungs at 1.9V tight really good 2754CL9-12-12-21 1T LA=1 LB= 7 but im scared of giving more volts to them :/

    this is my best SPI32 no OS tweaks i know is not WOW but well is the best for now


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    Don't you have any old PSC RAM? Alex is right, those 2000CL6 should be pretty good if you can get them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barr3l Rid3r View Post
    that's not democracy, I'm supposed to say whatever I want to. Moderators are there to judge who is beeing an or not.
    Please don't try bypassing the swear filter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don_Dan View Post
    Don't you have any old PSC RAM? Alex is right, those 2000CL6 should be pretty good if you can get them.


    Please don't try bypassing the swear filter.
    i cant believe i had them some years ago and sold them that SAME mem
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    Quote Originally Posted by andressergio View Post
    talked to the guy but he is not willing to sell buy it now...so its bid and 5 days ufff add the 2 weeks to my country :/
    So did you get these? If not, then you might be interested in knowing that they just sold for approximately $213, shipped.
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