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Old 31-08-2012, 08:02 AM   #257
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OK, got some weird kits here...

e044a880942q 12010640 f3-12800cl6t-6gbpi 1.6v 6-8-6 1600mhz - what's this? Elpida of some sort, but no idea exactly what type. BBSE?
I've heard about some of the G.Skill 1600 6-8-6 kits being BBSE, so, do they have white stripes? ^^
And how do they clock?
Looks like you're testing some DDR3 these days, is DDR1 getting boring?

Just noticed the production date of the kit, 1201, and it still has the old numbering scheme. Might be something else then. Could be BDBG, I think it could do 1600 6-8-6 as well, but I don't know more about the more recent stuff from Elpida.

xeu044a3g-a/xet752a3g-p/xet322a3g-a/xe7154a3g-w/xeu215a3g-x/xet580a3g-a 11291040 f3-12800cl6t-6gbpi 1.6v

xeu041a3g-a/xeu044a3g-a/xet448a3g-a 11291040 f3-12800cl6t-6gbpi 1.6v

xet782a3g-a/xeu045a3g-a/xeu556a3g-w/xeu044a3g-a/xeu039a3g-a/xeu581a3g-a/xeu047a3g-a/xeu041a3g-a/xeu712a3g-p/xet322a3g-a/xet577a3g-a/xet580a3g-a 11291040 f3-12800cl6t-6gbpi 1.6v

3 sticks from a single triplekit... random bunch of ICs? Wth G.Skill
They're all PSC XEx ICs, the rest doesn't really matter, though I agree, it's a mess.

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Hello,

what can do this TRANSCEND DDR3 1333MHZ CL9 1.5V with Elpida BDBG-DJ-F ?
Thanks
I haven't seen results from such a kit yet, I own a Kingston 1333 CL9 kit with BDBG but I've never tested it.
Treat them like PSC and tell us how they clock!
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Old 31-08-2012, 09:53 AM   #258
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Definately not BBSE, no white stripes. If they're BDBG, what sort of timings should I set?

DDR1 is fun, but hard to find BH5 these days.
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Old 01-09-2012, 01:30 AM   #259
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Definately not BBSE, no white stripes. If they're BDBG, what sort of timings should I set?
Treat them like PSC, try 1000MHz, 7-10-7 @ 1.65V and 6-9-6 @ 1.7V for starters.

DDR1 is fun, but hard to find BH5 these days.
That's true, and I bought all the kits I could find.
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Old 01-09-2012, 04:17 AM   #260
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Treat them like PSC, try 1000MHz, 7-10-7 @ 1.65V and 6-9-6 @ 1.7V for starters.



That's true, and I bought all the kits I could find.
I'll run those sticks next week, leaving town for the weekend. If i can do that I'm fairly happy - that's rather close to PSC T type, and I have a few of those as well.
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Old 01-09-2012, 08:20 AM   #261
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If they're decent they should behave more like PSC Xxx ( that is, if they're indeed BDBG ).
You have a few sticks with PSC Txx? I managed to avoid them so far...
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Old 01-09-2012, 12:16 PM   #262
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I try kit of TRANSCEND AXERAM 1600 MHZ CL8 1.6V with PSC and can do:
2220 MHZ CAS 7-10-9-24 @1.65V
2500 MHZ CAS 9-12-10-28 @ 1.675V
2600 MHZ CAS 10-12-10-28 @ 1.675V

Very interesting kit on Z77.

Tomorrow I test TRANSCEND JETRAM 1333 MHZ CL9 1.5V with ELPIDA BDBG
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Old 02-09-2012, 10:34 AM   #263
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That's pretty good for a kit rated for only 800MHz!
Did you try 1300MHz 9-12-10? It's probably possible as well with slightly higher Vdimm.

Another question: Do you work for Transcend? You seem to have access to a lot of kits from that manufacturer.
Let us know how the BDBG perform, and please post all the required info about the kits you own so they can be added to the RAM List as well!


G.Skill

PC3-17000 Ares 9-11-10-27 @ 1.65V Hynix H5TQ2G83CFR-H9C
F3-2133C9Q-16GAB (4x4GB)

PC3-17000 Ares 9-11-10-28 @ 1.65V Hynix H5TQ2G83CFR-H9C
F3-2133C9D-8GAB (2x4GB)

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Old 02-09-2012, 10:15 PM   #264
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That's pretty good for a kit rated for only 800MHz!
Did you try 1300MHz 9-12-10? It's probably possible as well with slightly higher Vdimm.

Another question: Do you work for Transcend? You seem to have access to a lot of kits from that manufacturer.
Let us know how the BDBG perform, and please post all the required info about the kits you own so they can be added to the RAM List as well!


G.Skill

PC3-17000 Ares 9-11-10-27 @ 1.65V Hynix H5TQ2G83CFR-H9C
F3-2133C9Q-16GAB (4x4GB)

PC3-17000 Ares 9-11-10-28 @ 1.65V Hynix H5TQ2G83CFR-H9C
F3-2133C9D-8GAB (2x4GB)

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No, I don't work for TRANSCEND but I have bought some kits for the lower price on AMAZON ITALIA...
I test the JetRam and then I post you the results with details.

Andrea
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