This is more a compilation of my bench results.
I bought this kit on the 2nd of June last month.
Haven't really sat down to test them,
coz' most of the settings just seemed to work great. (hehe...)
Was kinda lazy... And busy as well.
This evening, decided to complete some tests and compile them together.
This is the kit :
Rated 2000mhz 9-9-9-24 @ 1.65v
Actually, there's a pretty big thread on these sticks @ XS.
G.Skill Trident triple channel kit - DDR3 @ 2000 MHz in test - XtremeSystems Forums
My bench components consisted of :
i7 920 C0 / i7 920 D0 / i7 950 D0 / X58 Pro w/SLI bios / HD4890 /
TX750W / TRU12 Cu / Some fans / Maxtor 160GB Sata / etc...
Some results :
2000mhz @ 1.65vdimm (bios)
My kit ran great @ 8-9-8 all the way.
Was able to handle 8-8-8 throughout benchmarks easily
but not for stressing.
8-8-7 for fine for 32m and nothing else.
All @ 1.65v.
(Sub timings were not right, resulted in an even slower run.)
3Dmark06 @ 1.65v :
The kit went through diff processors with different IMC perfromance.
Benching with this kit was really enjoyable!
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13.07.2009, 20:26 #1
Messy OC Report : Gskill Trident 2000C9 3x2GB kit.... :D
13.07.2009, 20:27 #2
These are some overclocked runs.
1053mhz 8-9-8 @ 1.65v
Spi 32m :
1110mhz 8-9-8 @ 1.75v
Spi 32m :
900mhz 7-8-7 @ 1.65v
8 instance 32m :
So far so good!
Next, I went for some max validation.
1153mhz 9-9-9 @ 1.65v :
CPU-Z Validator 3.0
I even used this kit for my MOA submission score :
Sadly, my chip had a bad IMC... oh well...
So what underneath?
These are not Hyper chips for sure.
Mine should be very much like what Hiwa posted.
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Elpida DJ-7 BBSE.
That's about all for this kit.
Thanks to everyone for viewing...
(On to the next one.... next next next...)