Team Xtreem Vulcan DDR3L Review

Test Setup and Overclocking

Team Xtreem Vulcan DDR3L Review

Test Setup

Team Xtreem DDR3L 1600MHz CAS9 1.35v
Intel Core-i7 3770K @ 4GHz
Thermalright Silver Arrow
MSI HD7950
Corsair F80 SSD
Cougar CM1000
Windows 7 64 Bit

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The timings are exactly where it says on the tin using the XMP. Slackening them off and adding some extra voltage enabled a pretty hefty overclock. We finally ended up at 2200MHz @ 11-13-13-27 @ 1.65v. No matter how much further we loosened the timings we couldn't get it stable at 2400MHz, but we think you'll agree that 2200MHz from a 1600MHz kit isn't bad going. This also enables us to do something we always enjoy, which is to compare speed with low timings and see which provides the best performance.

Team Xtreem Vulcan DDR3L Review     Team Xtreem Vulcan DDR3L Review  

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Most Recent Comments

14-03-2013, 11:06:38

2 xtr33m 4 u.
that's the same happy lot that manufactured my RAM, quite horrible.Quote

14-03-2013, 13:01:14

i did not expect this.Quote

15-03-2013, 21:20:34

Originally Posted by SeekaX View Post
i did not expect this.
definitely didn't expect this at ALL. Not too Shabby Team... not too shabby at all... kinda makes me feel inferior with my low voltage Corsair 1600 Mhz kit x-)Quote

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