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    Default Re: Samsung Green 30nm Memory Test

    well idk if its linked to this faster ram but im getting very fast boot ups with ssd now, 4secs to logon 15secs to desktop,ill post pic when i find it

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    Default Re: Samsung Green 30nm Memory Test

    Well I just got some of this ram in today and after about 3-4 boots I have it clocked to 2133 mhz. I have not done any stablity test yet but here is a screen shot of it so far.
    I maybe able to drop dram voltage a bit. It would not boot with 1.315 qpi/vtt but I did boot with 1.355 mainly do to having to run such high uncore speeds 4256mhz

    I am a complete noob when it comes to overclocking ram so any help with timings would be greatly appreciated.

    Edit - well while I was trying to edit this post I had a BSOD 124 so I had to bump qpi/vtt up one notch to 1.375

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    Default Re: Samsung Green 30nm Memory Test

    looks good so far,i tried with 10-10-10-28 timings in tri channel but i left qpi/vtt on auto just to see roughly where i was voltage wise and it used 1.5v i didnt play with it too much though,is it better than your old ram?
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    Default Re: Samsung Green 30nm Memory Test

    I recently tried this Samsung memory, and I find it to be a fascinating product. It's unique in many aspects:

    No XMP data. Not that it's necessary, but unusual to be missing.

    Low operating voltage potential. I can run 16GB at 2000, 10 11 11 28, at 1.35V, all other voltages standard.

    Broad compatibility. A boards memory QVL or Support list is required reading, and is not a suggestion, but a shopping list IMO. But this memory, just put it in and it works. That is unique in my experience.

    Super low profile. The locking tabs on my DIMM slots are higher by ~5mm than the top of these DIMMs when installed.

    Unmatched DIMMs work together. I used one 2 x 4GB DIMM kit with two single 4GB DIMMs, Serial numbers are all different, even in the kit. Did that on IB and SB PCs. Can you imagine what matched sets could do?

    Odd SPD data. As some screenshots in this thread confirm, various hardware info programs show some differing values for this memory. CPUz show 1.28V in it's SPD tab, while others show 1.35. A program bug or more non-standard behavior?

    The low voltage operation of this memory thrills me for some reason, I guess because it goes against the grain of the usual "more voltage, more more..." thing. That is great for IB CPUs, which are happier with lower memory voltage. IMO, this product is the rebel of memory, decently OC-able, no heat sinks or fan nonsense (OMG ) and no compatibility questions.

    I wonder if these Samsung 30nm memory chips will be sold to the usual memory "manufactures", or already are?

    I see this memory is working on X58/i7-9xx platforms, which IMO is one of if not the first system that is extra fussy over memory compatibility. Plus the "missing memory" issue that many users of that platform may have (me too.) It just makes me smile even more knowing that this memory works with it just fine.

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    Default Re: Samsung Green 30nm Memory Test

    i tried with 16gb all matching kit,it made no difference for me,clocked exactly the same as a mixed batch
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    Default Re: Samsung Green 30nm Memory Test

    Hey fellow Brummy, did you ever manage to get that Samsung memory any higher than 2133MHz? Any luck with looser memory timings or higher voltages?

    I have been considering purchasing some myself for a new build with an Asus Z77 chipset mobo and i7-3770K CPU. The low profile nature appeals to me and so does the low voltage. However I would like to overclock it as high as possible when needed. Running 1600MHz and 1.35V would be fine most of the time.

    I need to make a decision on this today and get some ordered so it can be despatched on Monday.
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    Default Re: Samsung Green 30nm Memory Test

    it can do 2200mhz on my gigabyte z77,but the read/write/copy figures tend to drop off,2133mhz@1.55dram voltage tend to be the sweetspot

    for the price it costs nothing comes close to this ram, id expect 2133mhz to be your highest speed,some have achieved 2400mhz but that was on the x79 boards,currently have two 8gb kits @2133mhz on a z68/z77 board

    tbh i dont see any point going higher than 2133mhz speeds other than benchmarking
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    Default Re: Samsung Green 30nm Memory Test

    Hi all,

    Can someone give me some clues to help me break the 1866Mhz barrier.
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    I have no problems at:
    1600 Mhz: 8-8-8-22 1T 1.35v (auto for everything else)
    1866 Mhz: 9-9-9-24 1T 1.5v (1.488v read) (auto for everything else) (currently running with this)

    I boot at:
    2000 Mhz 9-10-10-28 1T 2T 1.5v (1.488v read) (auto everything else)
    but it is not able to boot on the next power up. It's reverting back... even if I put 100.1 Mhz for BLCK...whyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

    According to that site:
    [Sammelthread] Samsung Green MV-3V4G3D DDR3L-1600 CL11-11-11-28 LP (OC-Geheimtip?)

    There is way more room to go.


    I completely gave up on 2133 Mhz

    I tried 2400 MHz 11-12-12-31-2T ...1.5v (1.488v read)... almost booted but ...no love..but almost

    Any help on secondary timings or other tweaks or even the best BIOS version for mitigating the hurdles... will be appreciated.
    I haven't played at all with vtt...load clib and stuff like that.

    Many Thanks!

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