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    Default Overclocking HyperX Beast 1866MHz

    Few days ago I have replaced my 64GB Dominator Platinum 1600MHz RAM, I couldn't overclock them even for a 10MHz, with these 64GB pack (HyperX Beast 1866 MHz), and after just 5min I was able to overclock them to 2133MHz (only loosing the timings a little), this memory rocks
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    Default Re: Overclocking HyperX Beast 1866MHz

    Any idea what make or type of chips on those?
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    Default Re: Overclocking HyperX Beast 1866MHz

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    Few days ago I have replaced my 64GB Dominator Platinum 1600MHz memory I couldn't overclock even a 10MHz with this 64GB pack (HyperX Beast 1866 MHz), and after just 5min I was able to oveclock them to 2133MHz only loosing the timings a little. This memory rocks
    nice i bet they can go even higher. i have my Patriot Viper 3 1600mhz ram at 2133mhz by loosening the timing.
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    Default Re: Overclocking HyperX Beast 1866MHz

    Quote Originally Posted by grumpydaddy View Post
    Any idea what make or type of chips on those?
    This is what I've found about the Best chips:
    The Kingston HyperX Beast uses SK Hynix memory chips. The company is known in producing high quality and high performance chips, and their chips are often see in other high end components like video cards. The specific model of the chip used here is the SKHynix H5TC4G83MFR. According to SK Hynix, “the H5TC4G83MFR is a low power Double Data Rate III (DDR3L) Synchronous DRAM, ideally suited for the main memory applications which requires large memory density, high bandwidth and low power operation. It offers fully synchronous operations referenced to both rising and falling edges of the clock. While all addresses and control inputs are latched on the rising edges of the clock (falling edges of the clock), data, data strobes and write data masks inputs are sampled on both rising and falling edges of it. The data paths are internally pipelined and 8-bit prefetched to achieve very high bandwidth.”
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    Default Re: Overclocking HyperX Beast 1866MHz

    Great Job Man!

    Most of Kingston's memory use Hynix chips.
    I just finished reviewing a set of Kingston's new HyperX Savage memory.

    Review should be live on Monday, wait till you see what I was able to get out of a 1866Mhz Mid range set of memory.

    You should be able to get a little more out the beast set you have.
    But from what I have noticed about a few set of Kingston Memory I have reviewed so far, they tend to hit a performance to speed limit which is set roughly at 2400Mhz, once you surpass that mark, the timings get way loose, while you can get higher speeds, but timings kill performance.

    HyperX also has the fury set, which I was able to OC a 1866Mhz kit to hit 2600MHz as the top clock speed by loosening up timings and upping the voltage slightly

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    Default Re: Overclocking HyperX Beast 1866MHz

    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    Great Job Man!

    Most of Kingston's memory use Hynix chips.
    I just finished reviewing a set of Kingston's new HyperX Savage memory.

    Review should be live on Monday, wait till you see what I was able to get out of a 1866Mhz Mid range set of memory.

    You should be able to get a little more out the beast set you have.
    But from what I have noticed about a few set of Kingston Memory I have reviewed so far, they tend to hit a performance to speed limit which is set roughly at 2400Mhz, once you surpass that mark, the timings get way loose, while you can get higher speeds, but timings kill performance.

    HyperX also has the fury set, which I was able to OC a 1866Mhz kit to hit 2600MHz as the top clock speed by loosening up timings and upping the voltage slightly
    i have a set of the fury 1866mhz ram laying around. i wonder if i could hit 2600mhz. they were in my son's build but found my old g.skill snipers so swapped them with that and took back my fury ram.
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    Default Re: Overclocking HyperX Beast 1866MHz

    T, you should be able to get some nice OC's out of it. If not 2600Mhz, at least leave it at 2400Mhz and you get some good performance. That's where my set peaked at performance wise.

    here's my CPUz validation on the Fury set.

    2608Mhz was my top speed without special cooling.

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    Default Re: Overclocking HyperX Beast 1866MHz

    nice
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    Default Re: Overclocking HyperX Beast 1866MHz

    Quote Originally Posted by TeeBlack View Post
    nice i bet they can go even higher. i have my Patriot Viper 3 1600mhz ram at 2133mhz by loosening the timing.
    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    Great Job Man!

    Most of Kingston's memory use Hynix chips.
    I just finished reviewing a set of Kingston's new HyperX Savage memory.

    Review should be live on Monday, wait till you see what I was able to get out of a 1866Mhz Mid range set of memory.

    You should be able to get a little more out the beast set you have.
    But from what I have noticed about a few set of Kingston Memory I have reviewed so far, they tend to hit a performance to speed limit which is set roughly at 2400Mhz, once you surpass that mark, the timings get way loose, while you can get higher speeds, but timings kill performance.

    HyperX also has the fury set, which I was able to OC a 1866Mhz kit to hit 2600MHz as the top clock speed by loosening up timings and upping the voltage slightly
    Yeah, you both right, I just OCd them to 2400MHz, loosing the timings a bit more (11-12-11-27-2T), and rising the voltage to 1.65 (Intel specs), two complete rounds of memtest 86+, with no problem (just the time of waiting, more than 2 hrs.), and the sticks stays cool as before, no extra heating at all.
    Resuming: I think I have a bull's eye on those mems, love them really.
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    Default Re: Overclocking HyperX Beast 1866MHz

    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
    This is what I've found about the Best chips:
    The Kingston HyperX Beast uses SK Hynix memory chips. The company is known in producing high quality and high performance chips, and their chips are often see in other high end components like video cards. The specific model of the chip used here is the SKHynix H5TC4G83MFR. According to SK Hynix, “the H5TC4G83MFR is a low power Double Data Rate III (DDR3L) Synchronous DRAM, ideally suited for the main memory applications which requires large memory density, high bandwidth and low power operation. It offers fully synchronous operations referenced to both rising and falling edges of the clock. While all addresses and control inputs are latched on the rising edges of the clock (falling edges of the clock), data, data strobes and write data masks inputs are sampled on both rising and falling edges of it. The data paths are internally pipelined and 8-bit prefetched to achieve very high bandwidth.”
    Source: Kingston HyperX Beast 16GB DDR3 2400MHz Review (KHX24C11T3K2/16X)
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