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Thread: 600MHz CAS3 done with 6400C3s 2*1GB : WR !

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    600MHz CAS3 done with 6400C3s 2*1GB : WR !

    I was just playing with some new sticks tonight, and I cranked up the volts a little bit, then I got this:

    SS @ 600MHz Cas3 !


    Cpu-Z Validation
    http://valid.x86-secret.com/show_oc?id=101750

    Rather nice, isn't it ?

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    Intel D975XBX 304 modded (vcore/vmch/vddr)
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    PCP850 SSI
    Everything is aircooled, sticks with their stock heastespreaders and no fan

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    Any benchmarks at that speed?
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    not yet, but a huge update is planned for tomorrow, with benches, and the right cvf file

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    tha't incredible
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    Congratulations.

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    mind sharing your voltage...or is it so high that it touches stupid-high?

    Edit, there it is....2.75v.....yep, pretty high....

    sticks with their stock heastespreaders and no fan
    not sure this is worth bragging about...may want to help cool these.
    Last edited by freecableguy; 06-23-2006 at 03:43 PM.

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    can one still buy these 6400C3........i assume thery are Fatbody D9 chips


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    2.75v might be high, but that won't be enough to send to a psychatric clinic, I can run more volts if needed

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    Be careful running too much memory voltage on the Bad Axe. A few people lost their boards and their RAM.

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    WOW. I now lets see those 480FSB benches with some 10x multi, hell why not 11 while you are at it

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    Great results!

    Seems like these Corsair 6400 C3 are a must have.

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    congrates

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    amazing have to get me some of that ram
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    Awesome speed & timings man, that is some sick ram & voltage. Good luck w/it

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    Nice mem speed @cas3 Tyrou! C3 love the volts. Give em hell in the benches

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    Truly amazing. Great job.
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    Does anybody know what ics are inside?

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    Lovin new DDR2
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    wow
    nice clock!

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    Very nice. But isn't that HOT?

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    that's not, if it was, I'd have a fan on my sticks, but thei simply are at room temp next time, i'll give them something colder to try a highr frequency

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