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Can I easily take Hyper Fury 2400mhz to 2666?

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I've readed you can simply buy 2400mhz Kingston Hyper X and OC through simple Profiles in Bios. You don't even adjust votajes and such.

 

Is that true?

if so I'd get those sticks.

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I dont know about any "profiles" in the BIOS besides XMP. So if you bought 2400 sticks you would need to manually adjust it. With such a small increase in speed (on the low end), jumping to 2666 shouldnt require any more voltage. If your unluckly it would be 1.35v from the stock 1.2v many low speed memory uses.

 

There is always a chance the 2400 ram cant go higher which is why it was binned so low in the first place.

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Oh Yes I meant the XMP. 

 

I dont know about any "profiles" in the BIOS besides XMP. So if you bought 2400 sticks you would need to manually adjust it. With such a small increase in speed (on the low end), jumping to 2666 shouldnt require any more voltage. If your unluckly it would be 1.35v from the stock 1.2v many low speed memory uses.

There is always a chance the 2400 ram cant go higher which is why it was binned so low in the first place.

 

I've found the information on vendors. Looks like a copy paste but is in spanish. This is the original text. 

FURY DDR4 de HyperX

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Would not be a noticeable performance gain bumping up from XMP Profile #1 2400MHz CL12 to 2666MHz CL15.  https://www.kingston.com/dataSheets/HX424C12PB3K2_16.pdf

Locally I've seen this model is the one they are selling. 

https://www.kingston.com/datasheets/HX424C15FB2_8.pdf

 

That's a low binned 2400MHz CL15 kit. You would need to manually loosen timings and bump up the voltage to get 2666MHz stable, and would most likely wind up being around 1.35V and CL17.

 

if you want to run at 2666MHz your better off buying a 2666MHz CL15 kit and run it in XMP,.. best option on your current budget.  :)

Edited by Braegnok

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Would not be a noticeable performance gain bumping up from XMP Profile #1 2400MHz CL12 to 2666MHz CL15.  https://www.kingston.com/dataSheets/HX424C12PB3K2_16.pdf

Locally I've seen this model is the one they are selling. 

https://www.kingston.com/datasheets/HX424C15FB2_8.pdf

 

That's a low binned 2400MHz CL15 kit. You would need to manually loosen timings and bump up the voltage to get 2666MHz stable, and would most likely wind up being around 1.35V and CL17.

 

if you want to run at 2666MHz your better off buying a 2666MHz CL15 kit and run it in XMP,.. best option on your current budget.  :)

 

Oh ok NVM. The propaganda looks a bit misleading. it says it can be OC as it if were something easy without tampering with the voltajes. So yeah.. you can basically OC any memory (I guess)

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That's correct, you can OC any memory kit,.. but your results will vary, based on the quality of the IC's used on the modules.

 

HyperX sells high performance memory kits that run 2400MHz CL12 and 2666MHz CL13,.. but not all the IC's tested will do those tight timings. So they provide a cheaper mid-range kit using the lower binned IC's to recoup loss/waste during production.

 

The higher binned memory IC's with tight timings overclock vary well but are expensive.

 

In my Z270 WorkStation,..  I run Corsair 4x8GB DDR4  2400MHz CL10 kit, at 3466MHz CL14 1.35V fully stable @ 14-14-14-34 timings.   https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Memory/Extreme-Performance-Memory/DOMINATOR%C2%AE-PLATINUM-32GB-%284-x-8GB%29-DDR4-DRAM-2400MHz-C10-Memory-Kit/p/CMD32GX4M4B2400C10

Edited by Braegnok

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That's correct, you can OC any memory kit,.. but your results will vary, based on the quality of the IC's used on the modules.

 

HyperX sells high performance memory kits that run 2400MHz CL12 and 2666MHz CL13,.. but not all the IC's tested will do those tight timings. So they provide a cheaper mid-range kit using the lower binned IC's to recoup loss/waste during production.

 

The higher binned memory IC's with tight timings overclock vary well but are expensive.

 

In my Z370 WorkStation,..  I run Corsair 4x8GB DDR4  2400MHz CL10 kit, at 3466MHz CL14 1.35V fully stable @ 14-14-14-34 timings.   https://www.corsair.com/us/en/Categories/Products/Memory/Extreme-Performance-Memory/DOMINATOR%C2%AE-PLATINUM-32GB-%284-x-8GB%29-DDR4-DRAM-2400MHz-C10-Memory-Kit/p/CMD32GX4M4B2400C10

Wow that is .. expensive jajajajaja sure you have some nice bucks

 

I think I'll meh on the RAM and I'll be just 100% fine with 2400mhz 2x8gb XPG Flame. I'll be really good yeah :D for 1080p gaming i5 9400F and 1660ti no probs 

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