F4-3600c15-xxxx binning

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F4-3600c15-xxxx binning

Postby coolhand » Thu 28. Apr 2016, 02:56

Hi folks ..I was fortunate enough to to grad few samples of 3600c15 G.Skills ,figured might as well share the results while doing it2

Total :3x /F4-3600C15-8GVK
1x/F4-3600C15D-16GTZ

Hardware : i7 6700K
ASRock Mocf
Seasonic 1250
32 bit OS
Bios: default CPU/3700 single side B-die pre-set

Procedure:
3866 single bin
booting with both installed then bumping bclk in OS

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First kit of Ripjaws (with mellow third's this are not to bad ) 6 4 combo is hard/1.91v real

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Second kit: fail 3866 specs up to 1.9v in bios

Third kit:one dead module

Here is TZ kit ..typical B-die this days ../rejects -each single module did 2000 tight but tandem fail to go north of 3866 :lol:

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Thanks and hope you will have a better luck

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Re: F4-3600c15-xxxx binning

Postby TaPaKaH » Thu 28. Apr 2016, 09:46

So not really better than any other bins, I guess.

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Re: F4-3600c15-xxxx binning

Postby coolhand » Thu 28. Apr 2016, 09:50

I'm going to try one more thing ,one of the Rips might be a keeper but c15 kits look like another B- with a fancy XMP that's about it

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Re: F4-3600c15-xxxx binning

Postby websmile » Thu 28. Apr 2016, 10:32

Interesting results, thanks for sharing :)

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Re: F4-3600c15-xxxx binning

Postby coolhand » Thu 28. Apr 2016, 10:47

1 out of 3 Rips..not bad..let see if TZ will play

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Re: F4-3600c15-xxxx binning

Postby TaPaKaH » Thu 28. Apr 2016, 12:17

1.90V BIOS = 1.97-1.98V real is close to what other Trident bins are averaging for 2000 12-12-12 these days.

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Re: F4-3600c15-xxxx binning

Postby phobosq » Thu 28. Apr 2016, 17:16

Good that they are not here, at least one thing less to complain about :D

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Re: F4-3600c15-xxxx binning

Postby Alex@Ro » Thu 28. Apr 2016, 17:39

Not so promising results , they certainly don't make up for the hype that XMP creates....

Anyway,i propose we should create a list of all good sticks with week number and IC week,from the data i collected so far by my own testing and other people's results seems early IC weeks like 535-540 are the best for running 2000+ C12+Wazza while TRCD+TRP seem its only IC -dependant and not production date....

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Re: F4-3600c15-xxxx binning

Postby coolhand » Thu 28. Apr 2016, 17:58

..not sure about waza ..briefly tested ,need to spend more time and try different ODT
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Re: F4-3600c15-xxxx binning

Postby Splave » Thu 28. Apr 2016, 19:37

try them all at 120 too as well. vttddr voltage back to auto as well when doing this can change things :D


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