Splave Shows 16GB DDR3-3000 C9-12-12 Hynix MFR SuperPI 32M Stable

We all know the two main problems with the 8GB Hynix MFR memory kits. Firstly, the sticks are single sided, and secondly the timings are too slack. Combining these two, and you end up with a high frequency but low performance kit. For a while most of us hoped dual sided Hynix MFR in the form of 2x 8GB kits would bring better performance, but higher density usually features lower clock frequencies.

On Facebook, Splave has shown an interesting GSKILL kit. As he claims (no reason to doubt), 2x 8GB Hynix MFR kit running at DDR3-3000 C9-12-12 timings. This is a very interesting combination of frequency and timings. More to come soon, we believe!

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United States Splave says:

http://forum.hwbot.org/showthread.php?p=262615#post262615

Slovenia tiborrr says:

Would 4x4GB yield the same performance boost as double rank memory? I'll try some tonight, combining both 2800 and a bit lower bin (2400) kit.

United States Splave says:

Splave - 7:22:250 - 31x129 - 1549MHz - 12-14-13-17-266-2 - ASRock MOCF - ADATA 2800 4x4GB / MFR - 1.75v - Air/Air Splave - 7:25:359 - 33x121 - 1576.5MHz - 12-14-13-25-294-2 - ASRock Z87 OCF-M - Avexir 3000mhz 2x4GB/Single Sided Hynix MFR - 1.65v - air/air benefit from two to 4 is great on haswell but hard on the imc, will try similar timings as these with the 8gb sticks

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