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Old 27-03-2009, 01:33 PM   #73
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so Elpida J1108BBSE TWN non-Hypers!

Pretty expensive memory to hit DDR3-1000Mhz 8-9-8-x when good set of Samsung HCF0 can do the same of course these still run at vdimm lower than Samsung HCF0. Tried raising vdimm to get it stable ? CPU VTT used ?

How does 7-7-7-x max clocking fair ?

Tried ADDR/CMD Bus VREF tweaking for Elpida ICs http://i4memory.com/f83/core-i7-x58-...locking-15908/
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Old 27-03-2009, 08:27 PM   #74
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Well I did not fiddle around with it too much to achieve stability. In fact I had booted once at 7-8-7-20 but there were obvious errors like data loss, and it rebooted on a blue screen "Attempted to write in read-only."

I have not tried any higher VDIMM than 1.65V with these sticks, and I have also not tried the VREF tweaks. Are you saying these are 50nm ICs, but non-hyper?
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Old 27-03-2009, 08:45 PM   #75
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nah these are NOT 50mm.. they're just a bin of Elpida probably a pretty nice bin at that heh
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Old 27-03-2009, 11:21 PM   #76
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I've achieved stability with the sticks at 8-9-8-22 2000MHz. The suggestion to tweak VREF put it at 105/104/105, and the sticks were rock solid at 1.65V. They perform beautifully at 7/8/7/20 1866MHz without the much need for tweaking.
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Old 27-03-2009, 11:49 PM   #77
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Sweet... thanks for confirming the VREF tweak worked
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Old 29-03-2009, 06:33 AM   #78
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so Elpida J1108BBSE TWN non-Hypers!

Pretty expensive memory to hit DDR3-1000Mhz 8-9-8-x when good set of Samsung HCF0 can do the same of course these still run at vdimm lower than Samsung HCF0. Tried raising vdimm to get it stable ? CPU VTT used ?

How does 7-7-7-x max clocking fair ?

Tried ADDR/CMD Bus VREF tweaking for Elpida ICs http://i4memory.com/f83/core-i7-x58-...locking-15908/
Those are the chips on the GSkill Perfect Storm 9-9-9-24 kit I had. I sent them back as one stick was dead out of the box.

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I've achieved stability with the sticks at 8-9-8-22 2000MHz. The suggestion to tweak VREF put it at 105/104/105, and the sticks were rock solid at 1.65V. They perform beautifully at 7/8/7/20 1866MHz without the much need for tweaking.
Thanks for this! I will be trying to use this in my future efforts.

Since I sent the GSkill back for RMA, I had a set of the DDR3 2000MHz 8-8-8 Kingstons overnighted to me. These are confirmed Elpida Hyper chips under the hood. I am liking these much better that the GSkills. I was able to test the 2 good sticks of the GSkill and was able to get 1866MHz 7-8-7-20-1T with 1.64v. After that you needed 8-8-8 to get them to boot. The Kingstons however do 7-8-7-20-1T all the way up to 2000MHz no issues 1.64v. More testing needs to be done, but I'm just glad to have a working rig again!
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Old 31-03-2009, 06:23 AM   #79
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I've achieved stability with the sticks at 8-9-8-22 2000MHz. The suggestion to tweak VREF put it at 105/104/105, and the sticks were rock solid at 1.65V. They perform beautifully at 7/8/7/20 1866MHz without the much need for tweaking.

Nice!! What mobo where you using? I have 2 sets of these as well..
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Old 31-03-2009, 08:46 PM   #80
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I'm using the DFI x58 T3eH8
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