Clevo P150EM Sager NP9150 Ram @ 2133Mhz and its working

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  1. Kovlin

    Kovlin Notebook Enthusiast

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    Just wanted to let anyone with a P150EM or probably P170EM and a couple other variants that I have this working.

    Premamod V2 bios 1T
    I7 3940XM
    4 X 8GB sticks of HyperX HX321LS11IB2/8 (also available in 16GB kits with part number HX321LS11IB2K2/16)

    I had originally bought this part number because it runs at 1866Mhz with a bit tighter tighter memory timings than their 1866Mhz sticks, was quite shocked when it booted up and seemed stable. CPU-Z and Intel ETU both confirm it is running at about 2128Mhz @ 11-12-13 1T. CPU-Z SPD tab is giving odd readings for jedec 7 through 10 all reporting 2000mhz with a variety of timings but I assume that the more normal frequency and timing charts are in banks 1 through 6, I have seen this before on desktops in the past.

    So far I have run memtest86 for 1 pass and Intel ETU memory stress test (with cpu at my normal oc 3.9Ghz) for 59 minutes, both passed.

    Before someone points out that these are 1.35v sticks, if you read their spec sheet, they are rated for 1.5v and have jedec timings for both voltages. http://www.kingston.com/dataSheets/HX321LS11IB2_8.pdf

    Thanks @Prema for a great bios and I hope this info helps someone with an upgrade (probably a more reasonable upgrade to 16GB for most, I only went 32GB for VM's and ram wasting habits)

    If anyone wants any other tests done or some info I forgot, let me know
     
  2. Danishblunt

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    Thanks for the information. I might go for them as well at some point, so far don't really feel like paying a fortune for swapping my 32GB with slightly faster 32GB.
     
  3. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    This can vary by IMC quality of your chip.
     
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