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    Mushkin BLUE UTT looking good!

    SO I picked up some Mushkin BLUE and ran it in my rig for my benching session tonight and pullef off the third leg of the 3D Trifecta for the X800XL!!!
    At 2700 mHz I was running 183 divider which equaled 270mHz on the Mushkin, and worked well... ran clean and strong at 2-2-2 at 3.6v.
    I cranked the CPU up to about 2770, but couldn't get the memory runing at 275, I'll have to try an extended burn-in...
    SO I backed down to the 166 divider for my #1 3D Mark 2001 run...

    This is great ram, especially considering the $62 price and the BP pcb....

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    nice can you post superpi 1M and 32M and pifast times for comparison with what i get with BH-5

    thanks
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    I have to figure out how to convert bmp images in win2k MSPAINT to jpg/s...
    usually I just copy them to a thumb drive and convert them on an xp machine, but have only 1 rig here now...

    C

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie
    I have to figure out how to convert bmp images in win2k MSPAINT to jpg/s...
    usually I just copy them to a thumb drive and convert them on an xp machine, but have only 1 rig here now...

    C
    easy solution at http://i4memory.com/announcement.php...nouncementid=2 works on win2k and winxp for me
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    charlie. can you get me some and send to europe ?
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    What part number are those exactly? Do you have a linky for it?

    Is that it?
    Last edited by bachus_anonym; 03-20-2005 at 03:18 AM.
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    give as some screenshots charlie, you know we love them!
    if this is your first night in xtremesystems,
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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie
    I have to figure out how to convert bmp images in win2k MSPAINT to jpg/s...
    usually I just copy them to a thumb drive and convert them on an xp machine, but have only 1 rig here now...

    C
    Try this...http://www.gadwin.com/

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    qtf? what memory is that? winbond utt?

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    yeah winbond utt
    I can get 250-255 with mine. Charlie got quite a bit more out of his. Might be time for me to get some more lol.
    it's never fast enough!

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    charlie: Where did you get the RAM, and exactly which Blue is it?

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    It's the stuff at Outpost.
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    Yeah, at Fry's brick and mortar and Outpost...
    Here's my 3D o/s with default card clocks, 9 x 300, 183 divider, 270mHz DDR540, 2-2-2-7-11-16 @ 3.6V.... For some reason at 3.7v I get BSOD
    I have 80mm fan on DDR and a 40mm fan on 5V heatsink'ed mosfet.
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    And some unoptimized superPi...internet connection enabled, audio, etc.. etc...
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    Pretty good for value memory I´ll say
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    Now I don't quite get the price...

    256mb is around the $60.

    But once you get into the 512mb range your up on €130 - enough to make me think again.
    In short, both AMD and NVIDIA discovered that their next-generation graphics cards are superior to each others' last-generation graphics cards.

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    Is this 990992 for single 512MB stick and 990140 for 2x512 kit ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by bachus_anonym
    Is this 990992 for single 512MB stick and 990140 for 2x512 kit ???
    yup, the CL2 "Blue" line stuff...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juliette
    Now I don't quite get the price...

    256mb is around the $60.

    But once you get into the 512mb range your up on €130 - enough to make me think again.
    i think its $60 for 512 sticks right?

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    Unfair! Lowest price in Europe for 512MB is almost 80!!! Do those have the lovely black PCB?
    Last edited by largon; 03-21-2005 at 02:39 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by largon
    Do those have the lovely black PCB?
    No you silly, the PCB is blue.
    Last edited by largon; 03-21-2005 at 03:16 AM.
    You were not supposed to see this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by largon
    No you silly, the PCB is blue.
    lol, nice self correction there ,

    i mite have 2 pick up a pair of these for my new dfi ultra that i gettin this week...
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    actually my blue line dimms have green pcb. In the past they have used blue, but I think in an effort to get these modules in our hands they used BP PCB which is green. Maybe we should start a petition to make them true blue
    it's never fast enough!

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    hhehehe...ordered!!! if this is really that good, my ocz goldvx will be sold...hahahhaa...along with my G.Skill LA...
    it's fun to try something new...this Mushkin and some Centon...interesting...

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    Charlie, 270 is the max you can reach ?
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