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    Default RAM for EVGA Classified?

    Wich Ram would you go for? for a xtreme and stable watercooled OC with lots of headroom/space (in lack of better word)

    Dominator / GT and wich mhz?

    http://www.tweaktown.com/pressreleas...ory/index.html

    Ohh notice that watercooling....sigh..

    Gonna run with 920 D0 at first.



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    Personally, I would go for the 2000MHz Dominator GT's. Those are what I am planning on getting for my upcoming build and they have shown consistent performance on the Classified board.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shattered.likeness View Post
    Personally, I would go for the 2000MHz Dominator GT's. Those are what I am planning on getting for my upcoming build and they have shown consistent performance on the Classified board.
    Those were the ones i was heading towards aswell, just wanted to know/hear if either it a waist of money/mhz or some better was available. But those GT surely are really nice and get good reviews. so...

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    those dominator GTs Compliments the Classified very well. But question is, is it worth the extra cash to splash for the extra 400mhz? in real world you dont see the difference between 1600 and 2000mhz.

    I will only pay for those dominator GTs if the price is much lower, in my opinion its a Rip off price since there isnt much competition in that speed region at the moment. Especially at the end of the year you will start seeing higher memory capacities like 3x6gb or maybe more.

    What ever you have is good enough for overclock, are you going to also get a D0 to replace your C0 ?

    EDIT: if you do happen to go with D0 and think that you can overclock much further think twice, i bought the D0 and indeed it does overclock very well on very very low vcore current 4.2ghz HT & turbo with only 1.27vcore i easily managed 4.4ghz on 1.3++ vcore but the heat output is massive!

    With those Dominator GT you will have more overclocking head room against 1600mhz as you increase the Bclk
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    those dominator GTs Compliments the Classified very well. But question is, is it worth the extra cash to splash for the extra 400mhz? in real world you dont see the difference between 1600 and 2000mhz.

    I will only pay for those dominator GTs if the price is much lower, in my opinion its a Rip off price since there isnt much competition in that speed region at the moment. Especially at the end of the year you will start seeing higher memory capacities like 3x6gb or maybe more.

    What ever you have is good enough for overclock, are you going to also get a D0 to replace your C0 ?

    EDIT: if you do happen to go with D0 and think that you can overclock much further think twice, i bought the D0 and indeed it does overclock very well on very very low vcore current 4.2ghz HT & turbo with only 1.27vcore i easily managed 4.4ghz on 1.3++ vcore but the heat output is massive!

    With those Dominator GT you will have more overclocking head room against 1600mhz as you increase the Bclk

    So 2000mhz would be more the enoug head room, or mayby insanely enough? They would maybe be for EXTREME OC with nitro etc? anyway, if it doesnt kill the performance but theres plenty of headroom for further XTREME nitro OC hehe, the 2000 would be nice anyway, plus they are so well rated

    But, theres the 1866mhz, you think thats the allround sweetspot maybe? 24/7 and so on?

    Yes im gonna replace my C0/C1 with a D0, putting the CO on the R2E, still on air (for now) and water on the D0

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenchWarmer View Post
    So 2000mhz would be more the enoug head room, or mayby insanely enough? They would maybe be for EXTREME OC with nitro etc? anyway, if it doesnt kill the performance but theres plenty of headroom for further XTREME nitro OC hehe, the 2000 would be nice anyway, plus they are so well rated

    But, theres the 1866mhz, you think thats the allround sweetspot maybe? 24/7 and so on?

    Yes im gonna replace my C0/C1 with a D0, putting the CO on the R2E, still on air (for now) and water on the D0
    Yeah same applies to 1866 memory they give you more space/headroom as you increase the bclk. With the 1600mhz on 200 bclk the only other memory dividers available are something like 1203mhz 18XXmhz or 2000mhz so the sweet spot for 1600mhz memory is 200 bclk unless you happen to want decide to buy a 965 or 975 extreme and work on the overclock thru multipliers. Memory will not be affected

    Note that overclocking on the D0 with lower vcore does not mean less heat output
    I get the same temps between both C0 and D0 even tho one is 1.425vcore and the other on 1.27vcore

    Nitro cooling arent for regulars like us ... the system is only turned on for a couple of minutes for benchmarks and the warranty on everything is void within minutes LOL
    They dont do intel burn test or Prime95 on nitro cooling just to shatter benchmarks.

    The Corsair Dominators GT currently holds the world record for the highest DDR3 mhz 25XXmhz
    So for bragging rights if you want to own a set of them

    BTW R2E has new BIOS release 1402 beta this time a very interesting feature, Uncore Multiplier
    yet to try it though
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    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    Yeah same applies to 1866 memory they give you more space/headroom as you increase the bclk. With the 1600mhz on 200 bclk the only other memory dividers available are something like 1203mhz 18XXmhz or 2000mhz so the sweet spot for 1600mhz memory is 200 bclk unless you happen to want decide to buy a 965 or 975 extreme and work on the overclock thru multipliers. Memory will not be affected

    Note that overclocking on the D0 with lower vcore does not mean less heat output
    I get the same temps between both C0 and D0 even tho one is 1.425vcore and the other on 1.27vcore

    Nitro cooling arent for regulars like us ... the system is only turned on for a couple of minutes for benchmarks and the warranty on everything is void within minutes LOL
    They dont do intel burn test or Prime95 on nitro cooling just to shatter benchmarks.

    The Corsair Dominators GT currently holds the world record for the highest DDR3 mhz 25XXmhz
    So for bragging rights if you want to own a set of them

    BTW R2E has new BIOS release 1402 beta this time a very interesting feature, Uncore Multiplier
    yet to try it though
    Im not planning on getting a 965/975, the 920 is just fine by me, so i should go for the 1866mhz, those should fit the bclk etc? and yes as you said the temps n' vcores are amazing on those D0, thats really a big plus. But what batch should we be looking for?? as late (production) as possible right?

    Nitro cooling.....nah, just a 'joke' (not in a bad sence) for shows, im not even allowed to play with the barbecue grill... LOL

    Allrighty, new BIOS, uhh wee, will check that right away! Do you flash i windows or in bios?

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    You might also want to look into the OCZ 2000MHz Blade Series. I am running 12 GBs of CSX Diablo 2000MHz with my Classified.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenchWarmer View Post
    Im not planning on getting a 965/975, the 920 is just fine by me, so i should go for the 1866mhz, those should fit the bclk etc? and yes as you said the temps n' vcores are amazing on those D0, thats really a big plus. But what batch should we be looking for?? as late (production) as possible right?
    The D0 overclockability varies with batches some old batches do better than new batches. From my knowledge the older batches currently are doing better than the new ones and these are some of the few to look out for if you have the chance: SLBEJ 3847, 3848, 3849
    no guarantees here though ... good luck

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    Well...C0 or D0; 4.2Ghz with HT & Turbo on is hot enough to cook an egg with it for 24/7 use. So you can really go any higher than that if for daily use. Therefoe any ram over 1600Mhz - 1866Mhz is kinda waste money on them unless you get a good deal can't refuse.

    Wanna going any higher than 4.2Ghz then you should consider Phase or chilled water cooler.

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    My 2nd 920 was a C0

    Hoping my next one is a D0.

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    Here, try this link then. Tankguys has them in stock guaranteed with D0 stepping. They are a little more expensive than the egg, but at least you know what you are getting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    You might also want to look into the OCZ 2000MHz Blade Series. I am running 12 GBs of CSX Diablo 2000MHz with my Classified.
    They sounds and looks good, really, are they XMP?? Is'nt XMP what to go after, or does the not envolved the Classified? But as we speak about, for a 24/7 OC at about 4.2, would'nt a pair of 12800 (3x2) be suficient and enough? and stil able to make som killer bench on the classified? OR the 15000, for the headroom i mentioned.



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    A quicky ?, i've been offered these Corsair Dominator TR3X6G1866C9DF
    http://www.corsair.com/_datasheets/TR3X6G1866C9DF.pdf

    Fair price, and would they not be good for a long time around??



    EDIT/* Maybe i have misread some of your answers and suggestions, im still trying to figure out wich ram will be suitable, still killer. So, the 2000mhz would be abit overkill right, though complimenting. The 1600mhz would be within the range of decsent run (OC) right, but not with alot of head. The 1866 would be a better choice for head room, OC playing and further upgrades still?

    Could you guys give me some guide, or point me in the direction regarding dividers for Ram, Mhz, T1 T2 etc, in general and for my specs? Im not experience at all in those calculations. Would really appreciate it

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