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Thread: The Return: GEIL ONE W (Ic BH inside)

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    The Return: GEIL ONE W (Ic BH inside)

    GeIL ONE W 400MHz Dual Channel Kit



    As for the BH version of GeIL ONE, it is capable of running at DDR 400 CAS 1.5-5-2-2 and DDR500 CAS 2-5-2-2

    Specifications
    * Available in 512MB and 1GB Dual Channel Kit
    * GeIL ONE hand-picked BH5-UTT 32Mx8 DDR Chips
    * 184pin, Non-ECC, Un-buffered DDR DIMM
    * Platinum Copper Heatspreader
    * Retail Package
    * Lifetime Replacement Warranty
    * Voltage: DDR400 2.75v~2.95v
    DDR500 3.4v~3.5v


    *Disclaimer ¡V Attention all users of GeIL ONE W (BH) Series, in order for your GeIL ONE W (BH) to be covered in the full lifetime warranty policy, the modules must be working under the below requirements of condition.

    Voltage: All GeIL ONE W (BH) memory modules require a working voltage range between 3.4V ~ 3.5V @ DDR500

    Cooling: All GeIL ONE W (BH) memory modules require sufficient cooling. A 15~25CFM (Cubic Feet per Minute) of direct airflow towards the modules is strongly recommended. This could be easily accomplished with an 80mm low rpm fan installed on the side panel of the chassis/case. Modules that are not properly cooled may not meet the rated timings/speeds stated in official spec and could become susceptible or premature.

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    My Config.

    a64 Venice3000+ Step E6
    2x512 mb GEIL ON E W (Ic is relabeled Geil 3.5ns)
    X1800XL by Powercolor
    DFI Nf4-d

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    I had 4 sticks of them and didnt so well (~260). Lets see ur results

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    250 is stock result 2.2.2.5

    this 255mhz 2.2.2.5
    pi 8mb


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    260 2.2.2.5


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    265 2.2.2.5


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    270 2.2.2.5


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    275 2.2.2.5.....


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    Damn GiGI.. Go UP!!!

    That are some great results!!

    SAD

    Edit: Whoops.. you did go up from 270 to 275 I posted the exact same time you uploaded the pics for 275 Great job!!
    Last edited by TiTON; 11-10-2005 at 09:02 AM.

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    280mhz?...... go UP

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    Gigi.. 275 is AWESOME!!

    Great job!!

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    Wow very nice results luigi. I wanna have them!

    Regards
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    Nice sticks there Gigi


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    Impressive results m8.

    You're using the same voltage for 270 I did use to get 260...

    Waiting for more.. (is it possible from those sticks?, sure it is )
    Last edited by ZeroX; 11-10-2005 at 10:10 AM.

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    Nice job Gigi

    I want them.....

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    Nice sticks there, but I have a couple of questions:

    1. What cooling are you using? ~25C is a crazy low temp on air......

    2. How high can the memory clock using timings like this:

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    NEW WR coming soon.....

    cooling full air by Zalman cnps9500 impressive cooling

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