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post Aug 5 2020, 11:59 AM

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QUOTE(nrw @ Aug 4 2020, 03:08 PM)
D9XPF is just the fbga code for their 16Gb density dies. And those are micron revision b.
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I see.. so it’s still called a B when the density and fabrication node is different.

owell guess i got a not so ideal stick. nowonder it’s so cheap (32gb for rm390 used) i probably shouldnt complain since im able to keep it under 75ns in aida64 bench with 45gb/s read

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post Aug 5 2020, 01:47 PM

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QUOTE(Bonchi @ Aug 5 2020, 11:59 AM)
I see.. so it’s still called a B when the density and fabrication node is different.

owell guess i got a not so ideal stick. nowonder it’s so cheap (32gb for rm390 used) i probably shouldnt complain since im able to keep it under 75ns in aida64 bench with 45gb/s read
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Maybe ur messing things up in your mind with Samsung B-Die. Every Micron rev. B (also called Micron B-Die frequently) has the same density 16Gb(2GB as you noticed) and is done on the same node. Whats different is just if they slap 8 on a stick (single rank like urs) or 16 (dual rank) like crucial does for their 2x32GB kits.

Just try what I suggested with 3733MHz. Save a profile before doing and if it doesnt work you hardly wasted time...

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post Aug 5 2020, 02:42 PM

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micron b pretty much max out @ 3600 @ 18 22 22 (16gb kit) from what i tested b4. i'd expect slightly lower for 32gb kit but worth a shot @ slightly higher frequency. smile.gif

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post Aug 5 2020, 02:42 PM

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QUOTE(nrw @ Aug 5 2020, 01:47 PM)
Maybe ur messing things up in your mind with Samsung B-Die. Every Micron rev. B (also called Micron B-Die frequently) has the same density 16Gb(2GB as you noticed) and is done on the same node. Whats different is just if they slap 8 on a stick (single rank like urs) or 16 (dual rank) like crucial does for their 2x32GB kits.

Just try what I suggested with 3733MHz. Save a profile before doing and if it doesnt work you hardly wasted time...
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i thought the micron b-die is refering specifically to the D9TBH which is a 8gb density on a 20nm node.

My bios is a msi lite bios because it’s a non max version.. tends to not boot at all if the setting is not right which will require to use a cmos jumper.

Currently work from home so i need my pc to be reliable and up at all times. Will definitely push this kit when this is over although not too optimistic about it haha.. probably not going beyond 1.37v

Edit:
Well i had an MC today so i just tried to push a little bit since im bored sweat.gif Did a 3 hours memtest86 with 0 errors.

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I have lowered dram voltage to 1.35, vddp to 0.92 and vddg to 1 at the moment..and will be doing memtest overnight. Are these settings ok?

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post Aug 6 2020, 09:31 AM

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pretty much what can be done already, but no shame at all for a pair of 32gb kit bought @ RM3xx. overachieved i'd say. thumbup.gif
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post Aug 6 2020, 09:40 AM

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QUOTE(ah_khoo @ Aug 6 2020, 09:31 AM)
pretty much what can be done already, but no shame at all for a pair of 32gb kit bought @ RM3xx. overachieved i'd say.  thumbup.gif
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Did the overnight run and it has 0 errors. Seems like this is good to go biggrin.gif .. i guess teamgroup really did stick to their claims of using the best binned chips.

probably can hit 50+gbps read on aida's benchmark if i try to lower the trfc but i heard that this could potentially damage data without showing errors in memtest.. Is that true?

Thanks for everyone's opinions and tips here notworthy.gif

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