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6GB DDR3-2000Mhz CAS7 Dominator GT in action


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My first proper triple channel DDR3 kit - 6GB Corsair TR3X6G2000C7GTF Dominator GT triple channel DDR3 memory rated at DDR3-2000Mhz 7-8-7-20 1.65v. They're literally hot out of the oven so to speak - week 05, 2009 from label which is last week! Everest Ultimate and CPUZ SPD report week 04, 2005 which is more likely production date and week 05, 2009 is when Corsair slapped on the Dominator GT heat sinks :D:

 

http://nx.i4memory.com/reviewimages/memory/corsair/dominatorgt/tr3x6g2000c7gtf/content/bin/images/large/TR3X6G2000C7GT_10.jpg

 

http://nx.i4memory.com/reviewimages/memory/corsair/dominatorgt/tr3x6g2000c7gtf/content/bin/images/large/TR3X6G2000C7GT_40.jpg

 

 

http://nx.i4memory.com/reviewimages/memory/corsair/dominatorgt/tr3x6g2000c7gtf/content/bin/images/thumb/TR3X6G2000C7GT_20.jpg http://nx.i4memory.com/reviewimages/memory/corsair/dominatorgt/tr3x6g2000c7gtf/content/bin/images/thumb/TR3X6G2000C7GT_24.jpg http://nx.i4memory.com/reviewimages/memory/corsair/dominatorgt/tr3x6g2000c7gtf/content/bin/images/thumb/TR3X6G2000C7GT_26.jpg http://nx.i4memory.com/reviewimages/memory/corsair/dominatorgt/tr3x6g2000c7gtf/content/bin/images/thumb/TR3X6G2000C7GT_27.jpg http://nx.i4memory.com/reviewimages/memory/corsair/dominatorgt/tr3x6g2000c7gtf/content/bin/images/thumb/TR3X6G2000C7GT_35.jpg http://nx.i4memory.com/reviewimages/memory/corsair/dominatorgt/tr3x6g2000c7gtf/content/bin/images/thumb/TR3X6G2000C7GT_37.jpg

 

System specs

 

First up stock DDR3-2008Mhz 7-8-7-20 testing with Windows 7 beta and Memtest Windows version running 8x instances with 590MB each.

 

Vdimm = 1.635v bios (1.640v DMM real)

CPU VTT = 1.440v bios (1.426v idle and 1.465v load DMM real)

 

http://fileshosts.com/intel/DFI/DFI_UT_X58_T3EH8/results/true120/920_3836a756_2/corsair/dominatorgt/123/19x/doff/5xmem/201_1004_78720_rfcA_rtwA_rrdA_rtpA_rcA_fawA_1.28125-1.635-1.44_rd15/memtestwin_load.png

 

http://fileshosts.com/intel/DFI/DFI_UT_X58_T3EH8/results/true120/920_3836a756_2/corsair/dominatorgt/123/19x/doff/5xmem/201_1004_78720_rfcA_rtwA_rrdA_rtpA_rcA_fawA_1.28125-1.635-1.44_rd15/memtestwin_postload_idle.png

 

more tests to come :):

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Schweet memory :) Keep us informed!
will do, putting the ram through it's paces right now :)

 

I should have figured that you would be the first to get your hands on some of this skookum DRAM.

 

Nice stuff :headbang::headbang:

Yeah thanks to fine folks at Corsair :)

 

Nice, any chance you could test this on a P6T Deluxe or even the WS Revolution please, just to see if it works alright? :)

 

as RAM GUY stated and as per spec/doc for ram

 

Compatibility. TR3X6G2000C7GTF has been internally verified to be compatible with below listed Intel X58 chipset based motherboards: -

 

Gigabyte EX58-UD5 (F4 BIOS), Asus P6T Deluxe (1102 BIOS), Asus Rampage II Extreme (BIOS 1001), DFI LANParty UT X58-T3eH8 (LX58D114 BIOS).

 

I don't own P6T Deluxe so can't test on that

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Maybe because they're hard as hell to make? Anything top end is always hard to make and comes in limited quantities. If it was easy to make, then it probably wouldn't be top of the heap, and there'd be something bigger and better above it.
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Indeed! One thing is for certain. This binning of the 1866 and 2000 7-8-7-20 @ 1.65v is going to be a pain in the backside to bin. There will not be many of these released. Also Corsair bins themselves. Most companies purchase pre-binned but Corsair bins at the IC level and the final module level.

 

 

Maybe because they're hard as hell to make? Anything top end is always hard to make and comes in limited quantities. If it was easy to make, then it probably wouldn't be top of the heap, and there'd be something bigger and better above it.
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Hey what is the difference between the 1866 and the 2000? Are they just binned differently? Do they use the same ICs or is 1866 lower quality? If they are the same, and I miss out tomorrow, I am thinking of going with the 1866 and seeing what I can get out of em. Thoughts? Thanks

 

Justin

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I would say that due to the low latencies, they are binned higher from the same IC fabrication.

 

Since the latencies are so low 7-8-7-20 1T, I would say that you should have no problem reaching 2000 with higher latencies. My current 1866C9 will make 1920 but still the same latencies. I would hope for more out of the 2000's, but I wouldn't expect it as anything is going to be a plus anyway.

 

I'm waiting for the 2000s.

 

Here's what I'm getting with the 1866C9's.

 

http://i259.photobucket.com/albums/hh293/DerekT2008/sys-0.jpg

 

Hey what is the difference between the 1866 and the 2000? Are they just binned differently? Do they use the same ICs or is 1866 lower quality? If they are the same, and I miss out tomorrow, I am thinking of going with the 1866 and seeing what I can get out of em. Thoughts? Thanks

 

Justin

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You guys need to update to Everest 5.0, it will read the true bandwith and latency, as it was rebuilt specifically for i7.

 

I was using the same version 4.6, my registration code worked fine for 5.0 :D:

 

Also, I have the 6GB 1866 GT's and they do work in the EVGA X58, you will need to run at 2T and a 12x memory multi for now though. A new bios to improve 1866MHz memory compatibility is in the works and due out very soon.

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A new bios to improve 1866MHz memory compatibility is in the works and due out very soon.

 

BIOS is out now.

 

http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1366/RampageII_Extreme/RampageII_Extreme_1104.zip

ftp://ftp.asus.com.tw/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1366/RampageII_Extreme/RampageII_Extreme_1104.zip

 

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Fix can't enter OS if use over 4GB RAM and Vista 64bit together with 2 pcs of GTX295 VGA card

 

You guys need to update to Everest 5.0

 

Done! Thanks for the headsup. :):

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