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Intel Socket LGA 2011, 2011-v3, 2066 Intel i7, Extreme Series CPUs ~ Intel X79, X99, X299 chip sets

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Old 07-07-2014, 11:19 AM
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If one module at a time will not work at the rated specs, feel free to send them in for RMA exchange and a replacement should work better.

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Hi there,

I have successfully exchanged the kit for another F3-2133 C10D 16GXM kit. The new 2133 kit is functioning correctly at the rated timings of 10-12-12-31 2T. Also the packaging of the new kit has a "Compatible with Z97" sticker on it that my other kit of 2133 sticks didn't have.

The kit without the sticker works at 9-11-11-24 1T while the kit with the sticker will only work at 10-12-12-31 2T. It seems that making the modules compatible with the Z97 might have reduced their stability at tighter timings on my board.

I wonder if there is a version of the F3-2400-C11D kit without the Z97 sticker on the packaging, and I wonder if this might have worked better with my motherboard (similar to the non-stickered 2133 kit).

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The kit without the sticker works at 9-11-11-24 1T while the kit with the sticker will only work at 10-12-12-31 2T. It seems that making the modules compatible with the Z97 might have reduced their stability at tighter timings on my board.
It probably is just another bin of maybe even another IC type. So basically these are two completely different kits and this has nothing to do with the sticker at all.

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I wonder if there is a version of the F3-2400-C11D kit without the Z97 sticker on the packaging, and I wonder if this might have worked better with my motherboard (similar to the non-stickered 2133 kit).
I guess almost all recently produced kits do have the Z97 sticker, while older ones will have the Z87 variety
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