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    High voltage lovin voltmaster, pics , specs , release date

    Everyone keeps Pming me asking about when the "voltmaster " product will be to market ect , So I am going to lay down all the information I know , including what I have recently found out

    The product is supposed to be called "voltage extreme"

    It will be released as a PC-3200 part the proposed specs look like this , but they may change

    PC-3200
    2-2-2 @ 3.3 volts 2.5-x-x @ 2.6 volts

    We are building the first production run now , which puts the release right around the corner. I would guess it will ship to reatailers early next week , probably we will see a press release in the next 10 days , so either monday upcoming , or the monday after thanksgiving


    I have included a picture of the chips , and some benches .


    notes about the performance:

    At under 2.9 volts this product is not that hot , it only gets good above 3 volts

    Its optimized for A64 , so 250 at 2-2-2 should be a easy hit on A64 with enough voltage , we have hit as high at 277 in single channel and 265 in DC , but not all will do that

    The sweet spot seems to be 3.4-3.6 above that we see diminishing returns

    On the 875 chipset the results are not as good I have seen 220-230 at 2-2-2

    Relaxed timings down to 2-2-3 show a bit of a speed increase , but nothing significant.




    A note about price , we are pricing it lower that our TCCD based product
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    any clue which chips are used ?

    Hynix, Samsung tccd ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanpgroovy
    Everyone keeps Pming me asking about when the "voltmaster " product will be to market ect , So I am going to lay down all the information I know , including what I have recently found out

    The product is supposed to be called "voltage extreme"

    It will be released as a PC-3200 part the proposed specs look like this , but they may change

    PC-3200
    2-2-2 @ 3.3 volts 2.5-x-x @ 2.6 volts

    We are building the first production run now , which puts the release right around the corner. I would guess it will ship to reatailers early next week , probably we will see a press release in the next 10 days , so either monday upcoming , or the monday after thanksgiving


    I have included a picture of the chips , and some benches .


    notes about the performance:

    At under 2.9 volts this product is not that hot , it only gets good above 3 volts

    Its optimized for A64 , so 250 at 2-2-2 should be a easy hit on A64 with enough voltage , we have hit as high at 277 in single channel and 265 in DC , but not all will do that

    The sweet spot seems to be 3.4-3.6 above that we see diminishing returns

    On the 875 chipset the results are not as good I have seen 220-230 at 2-2-2

    Relaxed timings down to 2-2-3 show a bit of a speed increase , but nothing significant.




    A note about price , we are pricing it lower that our TCCD based product
    Can you please show the memory latency on the EVEREST program when running 2-2-2-x at 275MHz and 265MHz. Which CPU are you using for the benchies?
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    They are OCZ chips and we are not going to give any more info to the competition than that

    You guys can play the guessing game but we wont tell :d
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    i JUST blew like $550 on sets of G-skills and Mushie's...

    guess you'll (OCZ) be get'n my NEXT paycheck...

    any idea/hints as to where we might see these first? (newegg, ZZF etc?)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanpgroovy
    Its optimized for A64 , so 250 at 2-2-2 should be a easy hit on A64 with enough voltage , we have hit as high at 277 in single channel and 265 in DC , but not all will do that
    Hold on. 277MHz SC and 265MHz DC at 2-2-2-x timings?!?!?! I think I'm gonna pass on the graphics card and pick up a set of these instead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by agenda2005
    Can you please show the memory latency on the EVEREST program when running 2-2-2-x at 275MHz and 265MHz. Which CPU are you using for the benchies?



    That was at 260fsb
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    just one question, though... how stable is that 277 SC / 265 DC ? as Sandra shots are not good enough imho
    still great oc for 2x512MB...
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    The benches I got were pretty stable, but not all sticks are assured to hit those speeds , for example I think some of the guys only got 260 2-2-2 from there 2x512 units

    I would say a fair estimate is 250 2-2-2 on a A64 should be easily reachable at the right voltage
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    250MHz @ 2-2-2-x is still remarkable, to say the least. Sure there are some BH-5 modules that can do that, but the rape prices on ebay are ridiculous for BH-5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryanpgroovy
    The benches I got were pretty stable, but not all sticks are assured to hit those speeds , for example I think some of the guys only got 260 2-2-2 from there 2x512 units

    I would say a fair estimate is 250 2-2-2 on a A64 should be easily reachable at the right voltage

    Good work. Can't wait to see how they do for everyone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bachus_anonym
    just one question, though... how stable is that 277 SC / 265 DC ? as Sandra shots are not good enough imho
    still great oc for 2x512MB...
    The sandra shots were low because of the cpu they used to benchmark. Low multi= low sandra numbers on 939 systems
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    OMG! It's True

    I'm ordering a GIG !

    Is there going to be a kit bundled with the Booster like you mentionnned previously ?

    Ryan,I dont want to sound pissed here but could OCZ please make these available faster than the PC4200 EL Plat that took an extra 2 weeks to show up in canada... . I guess canada is faaaaaaaaaaaaaaar from the US,hey
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    I will call the ocz canada office myself and complain
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    Thank you for caring Ryan
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveOCZ
    The sandra shots were low because of the cpu they used to benchmark. Low multi= low sandra numbers on 939 systems
    what i meant was that showing only Sandra might now be good enough for some to make a buying decision.
    but if that 2x512MB kit hits 250Mhz x-2-2-2.0 then it's all good...
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    damn, you guys are all over it
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    damn, you guys are all over it
    You can tell its an important day for them. Every OCZ rep is online right now. Good to see they care.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigtoe


    That was at 260fsb
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    Hey thanks. That was remarkable latency. If you can, please can you test run those modules on A64 939 system and let us see some nice sandra bandwith and EVEREST memory latency. Thanks again for the quick response.
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    how far do they get with relaxed timings?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkie34
    You can tell its an important day for them. Every OCZ rep is online right now. Good to see they care.
    Well we are all online every day, but maybe not all here at XS

    I'll be getting these things early next week so I'll post up what ever you guys need then in terms of tests if Tony or the others that have it already don't get to it first

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    How bout a head to head compare with the top tccd 4200EL Plat's with and without extreme voltage?
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    It wont do the same top end speed that 4200 plat will.
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    Why would you want top end speed with these modules..... 250... even 240 at 2-2-2 is good enough...

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    That's why I'll get the voltmaster instead of the EL4200 Platinum;with 2 dimm slot filled the AMD64 memory controler will top out at ~270Mhz .
    I'm a gamer I need a Gig of ram so higher than 270MHz mem. is not possible--> Voltmaster is my best bet.
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    how much cheaper will they be? You said cheaper than your TCCD based ram... so cheaper than the OCZ revision 2's?

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