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Thread: New G.Skill 2GB HV DDR500 3-3-2-8 initial tests

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    New G.Skill 2GB HV DDR500 3-3-2-8 initial tests

    G.Skill presents new memory for the 2GB Series, this time 2GB running at DDR500 at 3-3-2-8.

    The box:



    The sticks:



    The PCB (brainpower)



    HV Series Features:

    - Guaranteed clock speed of 500MHz (PC4000)
    - Low latency settings of 3 (CL), 3 (TRCD), 2 (TRP), 8 (TRAS)
    - Lifetime warranty
    - Available in the following packages:

    F1-4000BIU1-1GBHV - Single Module of 1GB
    F1-4000BIU2-2GBHV - Matched Pair of 2 * 1GB modules (2GB kit)

    more info check this out: http://www.gskill.com/press%2020060301.html

    This item is not handpicked, just from the warehouse.

    Testsystem:

    - DFI NF4 Ultra-D official 623 BIOS
    - AMD Athlon 64 3000+ Boxed cooled
    - Maxtor 40GB 5400rpm
    - Fortron 400Watt

    Some stock tests:





    A little push (260 3-3-2-5) :





    Here a shot of one CL2.5 test:





    All achieved clocks are good for 24/7!

    This is all for now fooks. Be nice
    Last edited by G.S EUTech; 03-05-2006 at 04:12 AM.

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    G.SKill 2GB HV will be soon available at Newegg.com. The Official release is just began.
    I don't know the exact price, I will ask G.S Technician for the price.
    What I do know is that they will be more expensive then 2GB HZ, but aggresive priced.
    Last edited by G.S EUTech; 03-05-2006 at 04:16 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CandymanCan
    Where? and how much will they be. According to my Sources they use CE-5 chips (not 100% sure)
    yes they use ce-5 chips.

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    Great memory for that price, i am waiting for it, when will be available in European shops?
    Last edited by OBR; 03-05-2006 at 05:06 AM.

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    this looks like avarage HX. I've seen those hit higher frequencies at cas 2.5. Got a pair myself, can't test them untill my x1900 xt arrives.

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    subscribed. I want to see how these sticks scale at 3-3-2-5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CandymanCan
    I dunno if they will reach ddr550 (275mhz) using those 3-3-2-5 timmings. CE-5 usually does that when you change the timmings to 3-4-4-8.

    Some1 buy these and let see how well they do
    why would changing the binned speed from 166mhz to 200mhz out of the fab completely change how the chips react to timings?
    Got a fan over those memory sticks? No? Well get to it before you kill them

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    Nice ram! Looks like my "HZ" may become outdated soon.

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    G.Skill finally releases "DDR500 guaranteed" Infineon Rev.C modules Thanks for sharing your initial results!
    Don't forget to crank it up some more, please
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    Quote Originally Posted by CandymanCan
    Thats the way the chips are look @ the stock SPD timmings in his pictures. 3-4-4-8
    that just burn-in SPD by gskill
    if you have a SPD writer, you can burn in 1000 1-1-1-1 if you want to

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    you say they can do 275 at 3-3-2-8? wow, i should have waited on my 2gb kit

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    CandymanCan, and where are you 'checking it'?

    FYI people have managed >DDR550 with CE-5/6 before using 3-3-2 so i don't see where the problem is.

    there's no physical difference between -5 & -6 and SPD also doesn't matter... in fact, the more 'loose' SPD timings are, the better. less chance of troublesome initial boot due to incompatibility (or something similar) on certain boards.
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    When will this kit be available in Europe?

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    now is mass production will available within 1 week
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    Here is some more OC:



    I also have tested 3D, but artifacts in ATItool tests already...so this IC have the same problems on other CE-6 chips.
    I hope when the kits are for sale, the problem is gone or somewhere at 280MHz
    Last edited by G.S EUTech; 03-11-2006 at 12:40 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by G.S EUTech
    Here is some more OC:



    I also have tested 3D, but artifacts in ATItool tests already...so this IC have the same problems on other CE-6 chips.
    I hope when the kits are for sale, the problem is gone or somewhere at 280MHz
    same for me in my 3d test....do you think you'll have some adjustment to go further 270 mhz barrier (and wait to newst chip for sale ?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by G.S EUTech
    Here is some more OC:



    I also have tested 3D, but artifacts in ATItool tests already...so this IC have the same problems on other CE-6 chips.
    I hope when the kits are for sale, the problem is gone or somewhere at 280MHz
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    Quote Originally Posted by G.S Technician
    now is mass production will available within 1 week
    Any confirmation of the price?
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    seems to be the same as GBZX but more expensive...A you say for the price Quent, I prefer my T-Xtreem!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rastaseb
    seems to be the same as GBZX but more expensive...A you say for the price Quent, I prefer my T-Xtreem!
    But this time, DDR500 is guaranteed. Besdides. CE-5 gives some hope for better OCing... PC3200ZX has not been doing too well lately, as far as headroom goes. So this can be nice replacement for those that like buying G.Skill memory
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    too expensive

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    Quote Originally Posted by lhman
    too expensive
    I don't think so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lhman
    too expensive
    compare with other, we think it is good price heheheh
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    Quote Originally Posted by G.S Technician
    compare with other, we think it is good price heheheh
    so, it will be no more than 270usd? Hope so

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