As far as I saw, there are either Nanya or Hinyx dies on the Kingston KVR26N19S8L 2666 MHz VLP RAM. The Nanya seems to be better for overclocking. How do I know (before buying) if the RAM sticks come with Nanya or Hinyx dies?
Indeed, Alex‘ videos are great! I like his style also.
But still no review with fan duct. I really like to see a comparison with and without for example with the Ryzen 3600 or 3700X. I only read about the -5C, but haven‘t seen it in a test.
Didn‘t you run it with 1.35V ? According to this post this voltage seems to be working for 3600MHz. Does this not work with your mobo?
Absolutely, that‘s what I see as well. The Black Ridge with stock fan is trash. And if you replace it with the Noctua 9x14 it‘s better, but not as good as the L9a without the fan duct. The L9a gets even better with fan duct. I only wondering by how much? The only solution which is superior is...
I only found reviews for the L9a without the fan duct. Is there a good comparison / review for the L9a in the Dan with and without the fan duct? I read on your site that it should make up to 7 degrees celsius but is there some evidence for that?
I have two questions about the fan duct (downloadable from the Dan website) for the L9a.
1) Up to which RAM height is the „normal“ fan duct ok? When do you recommend the high RAM fan duct?
2) I can choose between several materials when 3D printing the fan duct. The only two...
Back to the main topic. I found a thread discussing VLP memory. Many guys are able to run the VLP with 3600 MHz. For example the Kingston KVR26N19S8L. Here is a very promising post:
This would mean that the...
Hi @Syncro do you know if the Kingston sticks are still stable with 3600C16 and the newest Windows updates? I read a post in this thread that with the windows update 2004 the kingston sticks are not running stable anymore.
I received my Dan A4 last week and I am still not sure if I should...