[SOLVED] Is KLEVV RAM good at overclocking?

swanepoellukas5

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I want to upgrade my RAM because my previous sticks where 2133 and had a hard time running at 2400 without crashing. Anyway, the website I use recently starting started stocking KLEVV, and their U-DIMM standard looked VERY appealing. Nice and cheap, 2666 speeds. I almost drooled. Then I looked closer and noticed the memory timings were TERRIBLE. 19-19-19-43, to be exact. Does anyone have these sticks? I want to know if the sticks can handle me tightening up the timings and maybe OCing a little.
 

Barty1884

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Don't have them but given:
Using SK Hynix chips
http://www.klevv.com/ken/products_details/memory/Klevv_U_DIMM_Standard_memory.php

Plus the timings and the fact they're really cheap in a lot of markets vs larger brands who can buy in volume leads me to suspect they're picking up the cheapest chips possible from Hynix.

Not to say Hynix are 'bad', but like any manufacturer they have their premium yields and their lower ends.

CL19 is what you'll find in Kingston ValuRAM, G,Skill Value Patriot Signature etc... The no frills "it just works" stuff.

If the kits could've been tuned to much better than those timings, they would've been, and sold at more of a premium.
 

Barty1884

Titan
Moderator
Don't have them but given:
Using SK Hynix chips
http://www.klevv.com/ken/products_details/memory/Klevv_U_DIMM_Standard_memory.php

Plus the timings and the fact they're really cheap in a lot of markets vs larger brands who can buy in volume leads me to suspect they're picking up the cheapest chips possible from Hynix.

Not to say Hynix are 'bad', but like any manufacturer they have their premium yields and their lower ends.

CL19 is what you'll find in Kingston ValuRAM, G,Skill Value Patriot Signature etc... The no frills "it just works" stuff.

If the kits could've been tuned to much better than those timings, they would've been, and sold at more of a premium.
 

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