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Thread: TeamXtreem 2666CL11-13-13-35 2x8GB KIT are MFR ???

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    TeamXtreem 2666CL11-13-13-35 2x8GB KIT are MFR ???

    Just wondering guys i had like 3 or 4 kits of this mem on MFR and the fastest i ever seen where the 2x4GB 2666CL11 that i took to validate at 3448 on the Asrock Z87, but i wonder those that are 2x8GB if they are MFR or CFR

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    CFR is a 2Gb IC, which means you can only build 2GB ( 8 chips ) or 4GB ( 16 chips ) modules. MFR is a 4Gb IC, therefore you can build 4GB or 8GB modules.

    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don_Dan View Post
    CFR is a 2Gb IC, which means you can only build 2GB ( 8 chips ) or 4GB ( 16 chips ) modules. MFR is a 4Gb IC, therefore you can build 4GB or 8GB modules.
    hey my friend long time we dont talk !!! how are you bro !!! so you mean they can be MFR ???
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    Yes, they're MFR.
    Will send you a message on FB soon.

    Quote Originally Posted by chew* View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Don_Dan View Post
    Yes, they're MFR.
    Will send you a message on FB soon.
    Thanks brother !!!
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    I'm typing this on an Asus Rampage IV Formula X79/3930K rig currently running 4 of those modules. At the moment I've only tested them at 2400 since my IMC doesn't go much more. Going to be moving them over to a Haswell rig before too long for some additional testing. While some might be turned off by their appearance, I personally like the white spreaders, as they match much of the motherboard lettering, as well as the locking tabs on the PCI-E and Dimm slots and also the Corsair lettering on the H100.

    Those modules were $149 per 2x8GB kit just a couple of weeks ago and I got them with a 10% off discount code, so they were $135 per kit. They have increased to $162, however, for a 2x8GB 2666 CL11 kit this is still pretty cheap compared to the other options.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranui Gen-An View Post
    That's kinda weird...I followed your link and it still shows $162.99 for me.
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    162 for me as well
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    Hmm, maybe it went back up today.
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    You must have caught them during one of those unadvertised "24-hour" sales.

    The version with the black spreaders is also listed for $163. Their white single-sided 2x4GB DDR3-2666 kit is priced at $99 making it one of the cheapest, if not the cheapest kit with those specs.
    In memory of Gracie, my sweet, sweet wife and mother of my children. Darling, we will miss you dearly. May you rest in peace (born to this world on March 30, 1976; went to her Heavenly Father on Good Friday, April 22, 2011).

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    The white kit is $159.99 now, and I had a 10% off coupon so I ordered two sets.
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    At $144, for a 2x8GB kit of 2666 CL11, I just don't see how you can go wrong, especially when you compare that to the alternatives.
    In memory of Gracie, my sweet, sweet wife and mother of my children. Darling, we will miss you dearly. May you rest in peace (born to this world on March 30, 1976; went to her Heavenly Father on Good Friday, April 22, 2011).

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    Thanks bros yes are MFR they fly !!! So my GeIL 3000CL13

    will put pics soon

    Thanks to all !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranui Gen-An View Post
    The white kit is $159.99 now, and I had a 10% off coupon so I ordered two sets.
    And now, back down to $149.99 before the 10% off.

    Might want to consider contacting the Egg and see if you can't get them to credit you $10/kit. They are usually pretty good about that, especially if you are one of their good customers...and from what I've seen of your buying pattern, you certainly ought to qualify.
    In memory of Gracie, my sweet, sweet wife and mother of my children. Darling, we will miss you dearly. May you rest in peace (born to this world on March 30, 1976; went to her Heavenly Father on Good Friday, April 22, 2011).

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    Great kit guys here is at 2666CL11 1T Totally Stable 1.675 2x8GB Hynix MFR



    http://imgur.com/ypPa5HC






    And this ones are awesome !!!







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    Why does a Team 2666C11 set need 1.675V for what is supposedly is its spec at 1.65 ?

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    1T can require more volts than 2T, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TaPaKaH View Post
    Why does a Team 2666C11 set need 1.675V for what is supposedly is its spec at 1.65 ?
    thanks TaPaKaH the teamX work perfect at XMP 1.65VDimm

    but as im on a heavy 3x SLI 780HOF and M6E on 4770K 48HT OC when i go to 1T i need more volts...on the ASRock will do it without increasing VDimm and my CPU will be stable at 4.9HT at same VCore i'm on ASUS, but the ASRock Z87 OC formula gave me a bad suprise, the Tri SLI didnt work...I have my record on air on it at 3448 from 2666 on TeamX 2x4GB on ASRock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranui Gen-An View Post
    1T can require more volts than 2T, right?
    Yeah bro long time we don't talk i told TaPaKaH but this don't happen on ASRock Z87 OC formula, The ASUS M6E is a great mobo but eat more volts on all

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    Quote Originally Posted by andressergio View Post
    thanks TaPaKaH the teamX work perfect at XMP 1.65VDimm

    but as im on a heavy 3x SLI 780HOF and M6E on 4770K 48HT OC when i go to 1T i need more volts...on the ASRock will do it without increasing VDimm and my CPU will be stable at 4.9HT at same VCore i'm on ASUS, but the ASRock Z87 OC formula gave me a bad suprise, the Tri SLI didnt work...I have my record on air on it at 3448 from 2666 on TeamX 2x4GB on ASRock.
    Oh wow, you didn't know the Asrock couldn't do tri SLI? No PLX chip like the M6E, though you found that out already the hard way
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranui Gen-An View Post
    Oh wow, you didn't know the Asrock couldn't do tri SLI? No PLX chip like the M6E, though you found that out already the hard way
    I mean yes i didnt know bro, but i sold my M and bought the big one for some dollars more...so either way its a win but still no chip to bench i only have 1 4770K golden and 1 3770K Golden, but 4770K boots 5Ghz HT on the ASRock and can bench, on the ASUS boots but forget it eat volts like mad...4.9HT@ 1.2985 on the ASRock passes Cine R15...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shiranui Gen-An View Post
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    grats bro !!!
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    Playing with these on M6E. 2800 is braindead easy.



    Also managed 32M at 2933 on M7G:

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