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Massman 26th August 2009 19:50

Ready for Lynnfield? 4x2GB from Corsair (CMD8GX3M4A1600C8)
 
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leeghoofd 26th August 2009 19:54

Kinky sticks :) I really wonder why they are specially Lynfield tagged...

Massman 26th August 2009 20:01

One of the more good-looking memory kits I've seen :)

thorgal 26th August 2009 21:07

rev. 3.1 means they're micron based. Don't expect too much OC headroom, triple channel 3.1 rev's were not very good.

Massman 26th August 2009 21:33

Micron F to be precise

jmke 26th August 2009 22:19

we all know by now that raw bandwidth is not what Core i7 is waiting for, so anything even remotely "ok" rated will be plentiful for i5. This kit is all about size; you can run several VMs in your OS and still have plenty of free memory; you can go decadent and put the VM image onto a ramdisk to boost performance of the VM OS to a higher level than the host OS :D

Massman 4th September 2009 07:38

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Just put this kit in for a quick test;



Needed 1.74V (maybe less, just increased 0.1V - doesn't boot at 1.65V)

thorgal 4th September 2009 08:24

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Originally Posted by Massman (Post 243480)
Just put this kit in for a quick test;



Needed 1.74V (maybe less, just increased 0.1V - doesn't boot at 1.65V)

Naais :) It's Micron so this doesn't surprise me :)

Massman 4th September 2009 08:25

Well, it's not that stable or performant. I switched back to 1600CL8 and am hitting higher bandwidth figures.

thorgal 4th September 2009 09:10

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Originally Posted by Massman (Post 243485)
Well, it's not that stable or performant. I switched back to 1600CL8 and am hitting higher bandwidth figures.

Have you tried with only 2 modules ?


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