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    Kingston predator HX428C14PB2K4/16

    I am wondering what this kit is performing like, google didn't gave me much info.

    http://www.kingstonmemorycards.co.uk...-35v-cl14-dimm
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    There aren't many Kingston reviews out there, but looks like Hynix MFR to me.

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    Thank you, i went to see @ i4memory too not lucky there neither.
    I could get them they don't seem expansive, "yet"
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    i am reviewing 32GB

    http://www.ocaholic.ch/modules/xcgal...php?album=3724

    D-Sided MFR and very good 8GB modules... OC potential is not really bad, i assume 4GB sticks are even better.


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    i think you are asking the wrong person about safety limits, but

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    ok thanks for the link google doesn't reference ocaholic here, dunno why...

    Edit: these are 2600CL16 not 2800CL14. I'll search on ocaholic too
    Are all the Kingston predator DDR4 kits made of hynix ?
    Last edited by ToyTen; 10-20-2014 at 07:34 AM.
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    I just uploaded pics 1hour before posting here, will publish the review of this kit next Monday.
    It's 2400c15 1.2 4x8
    I guess all the DDR4 you buy in this moment are hynix except crucial which uses micron.
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    Yes they are all Hynix and I would say 2800/14 @1.35V is pretty similar to 3000/15@1.35V.

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    Predator 2800 are 14-15-x / Predator 3000 are 15-16-x

    the G.Skill F4-3000C15Q... ones (that i own) are 15-15-x

    I followed the IC analyser of the asus RVE and concluded that i have samsungs IC's.

    I am a bit confused really.
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    I can guarantee you they are not Samsung

    Hynix for sure, it's up to vendors to fix the XMP timings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToyTen View Post
    Predator 2800 are 14-15-x / Predator 3000 are 15-16-x

    the G.Skill F4-3000C15Q... ones (that i own) are 15-15-x

    I followed the IC analyser of the asus RVE and concluded that i have samsungs IC's.

    I am a bit confused really.
    As Marmott said they are definitely Hynix not Samsung. The IC analyzer can't really tell what IC it is truly using, it tries a few things and takes its best guess.

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    I can guarantee you they are not Samsung

    Hynix for sure, it's up to vendors to fix the XMP timings.
    So when are these coming to retail? Still December?
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    everything is retail already (from 2133 to 3000).

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    one review is online

    Kingston HyperX Predator DDR4-2400C16 32GB

    http://www.ocaholic.ch/modules/smart...hp?itemid=1478
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    Thank you hiwa
    This kit doesn't seems very interesting, is it ?
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    Very interesting, considering Kingston traditionally seems to get the weakest OCing ICs of the big memory vendors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ToyTen View Post
    Thank you hiwa
    This kit doesn't seems very interesting, is it ?
    To be honest it's the best 32gb kit I ever tested
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    Yes for an everyday use certainly,
    but i meant for high frequencies and thight timings in benchmarks it looks less like an interesting kit to get.
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    16GB of gskill 3000C15 or 3200C16 for OC and tight timings is the way to go.
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    yes, i'd like to get hands on the 3200C16 but im plenty satisfied with my actual kit (3000C15 G.Skill). Also interested in the one of this thread 2800C14 preda's

    Your reviews are brilliant !
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    i have some kit to review here, next will be 3000C15
    Quote Originally Posted by LardArse View Post
    i think you are asking the wrong person about safety limits, but

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