And here we see more evidence that DDR3 really breaks new ground with its awesome overclocking potential. Although GIGABYTE reported earlier this week that they'd managed to ramp up some Micron DDR3 modules to a blitzen' 2200 MHz on their P35T-DQ6 motherboard, it was a single channel effort.
A talented overclocker by the name of Simani now pumps out some dual channel results, taking a pair of Team Group DDR3-1066 Modules to a very impressive 2036 MHz using ASUS's P5K3-Deluxe motherboard. It would appear he made sure there was still some headroom left too, as the latencies are quite good considering how high the sticks are running, 9-7-6-20 (stock 1333 modules usually specified for 9-9-9-27).
More information can be sourced on this huge overclock over at the XtremeSystems forums, including a shot of Everest's memory test results indicating a whopping 11070MB/sec.
Last updated: Apr 6, 2020 at 09:05 pm CDT
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