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Old 07-12-2011, 09:10 PM   #1
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AMD Llano + Elpida Hyper MNH (Adata)

I found some video with the memory i also use

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=extwGyvhOKw

1904Mhz 6-6-6-24 at 1,88v

Great results I think. My X48 chipset limits this memory a lot - only possible is 1600Mhz 8-6-6-21 at 1,85v.

At all I am impressed. Those Adata seems to be really great. Also have heard rumors that re-selled MNH chips dont die so soon as first Corsair sticks.
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Old 08-12-2011, 08:49 AM   #2
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Yeah AMD platform might be more forgiving for mem clocks but clock for clock performance ain't good
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Old 08-12-2011, 07:49 PM   #3
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I posted it more because of those A-Data memory, less because of AMD Llano.

At all I would like to see how the system performs with solid memory and latencies when it comes to integrated graphics in Llano. This plattform demands good memory. High frequency, low latencies...

A-Data used to be ultra low lost ultra low quality. I was previously not willing to buy those memory, and with my old x48 it does not work well with them, but this shows the real potential of those sticks.

Elpida hyper is Elpida hyper...
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Old 08-12-2011, 11:43 PM   #4
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Elpida hyper is Elpida hyper...
Ehh...not so much. There is a huge difference in the binning of the chips. Corsair seems to have the best of the bunch as their Dominator GT sticks are the easiest to clock of all the Hyper-based kits I have.
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Old 09-12-2011, 01:05 AM   #5
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Well from Adata I expected less as from my first nanyas...no matter of used chip... But yes, Corsair should have this on really high level.
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I heard the A-Data 2200 C8 sticks were really good...
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Old 10-12-2011, 09:34 AM   #7
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Great results I think. My X48 chipset limits this memory a lot - only possible is 1600Mhz 8-6-6-21 at 1,85v.
It's not the X48 limiting you per se, it's only limiting you because you're using a lot of memory on the old MCH. If you were using only 2x2GB I'm quite sure you'd be able to run DDR3-1600 6-6-6-18 at 1,65V or even lower depending on the quality of your kit. I know my kit of Dominator GT 2000C8 can do it on the REX.

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A-Data used to be ultra low lost ultra low quality. I was previously not willing to buy those memory, and with my old x48 it does not work well with them, but this shows the real potential of those sticks.
A-Data was never really ultra low end memory, sure they had some value stuff as well, but their high-end kits were usually pretty decent. What gives you the idea they were in fact "ultra low cost ultra low quality"?
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Old 12-12-2011, 08:30 PM   #8
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I tried them also on my old MCH with two sticks. 1333 CL5 is the best i was able to get out of them. Pretty decent timing I have to say. And I know how much this MCH limit the memory...

Also ultra ultra ultra lowcost:
I worked for a company which were selling PC components here. In 2006 there were available only the value stuff here. Much worse than Kingston actually. At this time I haven seen no good memory sticks from A-Data.
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