Crucial Micron D9JNL - 6GB DDR3 1066 - pretty good and pretty cheap!
So after deciding to eventually go for watercooled RAM (I don't want to get into whether it's necessary or not, it's my rig:biggrin:) I decided to sell my Mushkins with the heatspreaders and buy some nekkid RAM.
I had seen some interesting results from these sticks on another forum, so I figured I'd try them out.
So nervously, I put my Mushkins up for sale and now Netforce has them :sad:
That said, I've been getting some decent results out of these Crucial sticks! I bought two kits because the D9 chips sometimes have a tendency to up and die and because, well, it was just so darn CHEAP!
Anyway, so far so good! I got them to 7-7-7-20 at ~1.71v 1600MHz passing Memtest86+ and so I thought I'd pump them up to 1.85v and see what they could do!
Here's what I have managed to get so far:
So, overall, pretty decent RAM for the price! Right now I'm running it at 1.65v 7-7-7-20-1T at 1420ish MHz
They are nice sticks; as I mentioned before I actually had a pair in my hands before deciding to return them.. I sure hope you don't prove me wrong though with my instincts on the HP3 Mushkins; once i get my system going I'll post some results and see where we're at!
Im still waiting for you to call me, Encorp. :p
I may have some bitching 998679 (XP Series DDR3-1600 7-8-7-20 1.65v 3x2GB) hitting next week, btw. :) No promises, though.
zlojack, How long ago did you order? I'm hoping to get some D9JNL r JNM's.
Nice. Newegg restocked them or something, because yesterday it only allowed me to checkout with one. Gave it a chance and today it's checking out with two kits :)
Just received my set and I got D9KPV. Dunno how they'll clock... I'll get a test i7 finally going tonight to see.
Micron D9KPV??? - XtremeSystems Forums
There's some info about guys clocking those chips in that thread.
So KPV < JNL it seems.
D9KPV DDR3-1600 8-8-8-24 @ 1.65V
Can't boot into Windows with 7-7-7-24 @ 1.70V, QPI 1.3V
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