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Old 03-10-2012, 12:23 AM
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OK! ...so I bought 2 kits of 2000 MHz Dominator GT (CMT12GX3M3A2000C9) to go with my i7-950....since then I've switched to Sandy bridge and (dropping 2 of the dimms, one from each matched kit); have them very happily running at 2154 MHz, though I had to lower the timings to 10 11 10 28...

....just for a laugh, I put them in Quad channel with an i7-3930k, keeping the 2133 MHz operating speed & reduced timings...and they had no problems running in Quad Channel either!

(stability testing was done using the linux Memtest & after Prime95)

...in comparison, I put some dual channel 2133 MHz memory made by a rival manufacturer with the same i7-3930k and this couldn't even manage Quad channel operation at 1866 MHz

...anyway, very much a random post, but I guess sometimes it's good to hear nice things
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Old 03-12-2012, 07:54 PM
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What other memory wont run as good as ours?
LOL Good post made my day! Thanks!
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