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Old 02-06-2010, 05:29 AM   #81
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Old 02-06-2010, 05:44 AM   #82
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Well I ordered 3 of the individual STT DDR3-2200 C8 sticks rather than buy a 4GB kit and a single, or two of the 4GB kits. I don't think there will be any problem with pairing them together for triple channel.
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Hmm, something else popped up out of the blue. Old reviews stated they are MNH-E Hyper...
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Old 02-06-2010, 06:19 AM   #84
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Well I ordered 3 of the individual STT DDR3-2200 C8 sticks rather than buy a 4GB kit and a single, or two of the 4GB kits. I don't think there will be any problem with pairing them together for triple channel.
Nice! Let us know how they do for you.

This is exactly what I was going to do but decided to cancel my order. I am very particular about things and as we saw from eva2000 testing, only one of the kits did 1800MHz 6-6-6-20 at around 1.65V VDIMM, while others stopped at 1760 or 1780 or so. I know in the real world that much difference isn't noticeable, but I'm the kind of person that is bothered by those small shortcomings.

If the STT 2200s I ordered had not been able to reach the proper speeds I KNOW I'd be kicking myself for not spending a bit extra to go with a matched set of Kingston. And from what we saw that is amazing memory and actually still faster than the STT 2200C8s. I guess it just depends on personal preference, but to me little things like that matter so I opted for the Kingston instead.

Either way can't wait to see your results!
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Old 02-06-2010, 06:35 AM   #85
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Well I ordered 3 of the individual STT DDR3-2200 C8 sticks rather than buy a 4GB kit and a single, or two of the 4GB kits. I don't think there will be any problem with pairing them together for triple channel.
yeah shouldn't be a problem although you'll kick ya self for not getting an extra module if one module falls behind the rest - j/k

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Hmm, something else popped up out of the blue. Old reviews stated they are MNH-E Hyper...
Gskill no longer use Elpida Hyper, the PS CAS9 are Elpida BBSE now

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Nice! Let us know how they do for you.

This is exactly what I was going to do but decided to cancel my order. I am very particular about things and as we saw from eva2000 testing, only one of the kits did 1800MHz 6-6-6-20 at around 1.65V VDIMM, while others stopped at 1760 or 1780 or so. I know in the real world that much difference isn't noticeable, but I'm the kind of person that is bothered by those small shortcomings.

If the STT 2200s I ordered had not been able to reach the proper speeds I KNOW I'd be kicking myself for not spending a bit extra to go with a matched set of Kingston. And from what we saw that is amazing memory and actually still faster than the STT 2200C8s. I guess it just depends on personal preference, but to me little things like that matter so I opted for the Kingston instead.

Either way can't wait to see your results!
True, either way you'll be getting a great kit which you'll know will be flexible for whatever timings you want

Got off my lazy butt and did macro shots for clearer read on the markings on Super Talent PCB



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Old 02-06-2010, 07:11 AM   #86
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Nice! Let us know how they do for you.

This is exactly what I was going to do but decided to cancel my order. I am very particular about things and as we saw from eva2000 testing, only one of the kits did 1800MHz 6-6-6-20 at around 1.65V VDIMM, while others stopped at 1760 or 1780 or so. I know in the real world that much difference isn't noticeable, but I'm the kind of person that is bothered by those small shortcomings.

If the STT 2200s I ordered had not been able to reach the proper speeds I KNOW I'd be kicking myself for not spending a bit extra to go with a matched set of Kingston. And from what we saw that is amazing memory and actually still faster than the STT 2200C8s. I guess it just depends on personal preference, but to me little things like that matter so I opted for the Kingston instead.

Either way can't wait to see your results!

Super Talent 2000 C7 is $150 or something per stick...should be much faster than the 2200 C8's and still MGH-E...if not faster than the Kingston
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well they are hpyers, can do around 1824 C6
seems my i7 980 clocks good as well

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Super Talent 2000 C7 is $150 or something per stick...should be much faster than the 2200 C8's and still MGH-E...if not faster than the Kingston
You can get a proper 6GB kit of the C7 for $360: https://www.ewiz.com/detail.php?name...nel-Memory-Kit
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