[HowTo] SO-DIMMs Extreme: Boost 1600 to 2133 and beyond / JEDEC & XMP

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  1. ole!!!

    ole!!! Notebook Prophet

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    ddr3 will probably last at least another year and half thats a long time, and ddr3 sodimm will probably last even longer just saying. i'll wait for ddr3 sodimm 2x8gb module at 2133mhz and buy that when that happens. if not i'll just go 1866.

    with bclk alone i got 1866 to 2000 so pretty satisfied
     
  2. hacktrix2006

    hacktrix2006 Hold My Vodka, I going to kill my GPU

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    Are you still after Corsair CMSX8GX3M2A1600C9 Dumps as i have them and also Corsair CMSX4GX3M1A1600C9 dumps too.

    PM me if you are just done the dumps fresh using the TB demo
     
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    Astelith Newbie

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    Anybody knows what can I do with a pair of CMSX8GX3M2A186 in my Alienware M15x ? The max supported speed is 1333, is it possible to reach higer frequencies by modding those sticks with Thaiphoon Burner ?
     
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    Astelith Newbie

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    It seems that my CMSX8GX3M2A186 are using SpecTek chip PRN512M8V70SG8RAF-15E so I flashed ant it goes dead, we are trying to find a solution with Thaiphoon support but does anyone have the same sam and chip with an original dump to send it to me ?
     
  5. TURBODUDE!!!

    TURBODUDE!!! Notebook Guru

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    Astelith, if you need my assistance I can modify the original SPD dump from CMSX8GX3M2A1866C10 by overwriting non-JEDEC compliant timing settings with standard DDR3-1333H speed bin which is specific for PRN512M8V70SG8RAF-15E SDRAM components. I believe this will bring your modules to life again.
     
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    Astelith Newbie

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    Hey, thanks for your help, the problem here is that I forgot to dump the original firmware. I had one but for the Micron D9 :(
     
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    Astelith Newbie

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    I've tried also to flash it with the 1333H and also the 1600 but nothing.
     
  8. ole!!!

    ole!!! Notebook Prophet

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    kingston releasing 2400mhz sodimm at 8gb stick a piece. possible oc to 2666?
     
  9. TURBODUDE!!!

    TURBODUDE!!! Notebook Guru

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    visp, I hope my investigation will help all of us to reprogram SPD on the newest laptops soon.
     
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    jaybee83 Biotech-Doc

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    so i finally managed to join the RAM overclockers after finding out that Intel XTU settings actually DO stick, but only after a shut down and cold reboot :D

    before heading out and getting myself some faster sticks, i decided to do some noob dry runs first with my current setup of 4x4 GB Corsair Value Ram DDR3-1333 at SPD 9-9-9-24 1.5V

    after some tweaking and stability testing via memtest86+, this is what ive got out of them:

    [​IMG]

    who wouldve thought that these "value" sticks could even handle any OC whatsoever? :D

    anyways, just ordered myself those Corsair Vengeance sticks: CMSX16GX3M2B2133C11 / 2x8GB / DDR3L-2133 / 11-11-11-27 / 1.35V

    here an amazon link for additional reference: http://www.amazon.com/Corsair-Vengeance-Performance-2133MHz-CMSX16GX3M2B2133C11/dp/B00H33JU3K

    im aware that the vengeance sticks have a lower-rated SPD (in this case DDR3-1600 at 9-9-9-24) and thus have to be manually OCed first or their XMP profiles activated in order for them to reach their rated speeds.

    soooo.....does anyone have some experience with these yet? any input would be much appreciated :)

    cheers

    edit: found some user reports here on nbr, looking promising thus far :) just hope my memory controller is able to reach 2133 mhz :D thats the highest i can go for anyways, via intel xtu and since i dont have any bios settings to play around with thats the only option i got :p

    wonder if system snappiness will increase significantly, especially considering my considerable jump from 1333 to 2133!
     

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