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    Post your own G.skill Product review

    G.Skill Welcome everyone posts her/his review in here, old, new, doesn't matter.

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    Here's my gskill GH Winbond UTT 512mbx2

    269mhz @ 1.5-2-2-0 at 3.7vdimm at 1T with SuperPi4 million

    http://img466.imageshack.us/img466/9...7vdimmsupe.jpg
    Allendale E6300@2380mhz @1.28vcore(Vostok water cooling kit)
    Asrock 775Twins-HDTV (ATi Xpress 300)
    OCZ value 512mb x 2 @ 340mhz @ 4-4-3-5
    IDE Hitachi 80gb 7200rpm 2 mb
    Inno3D 7900GT
    AOpen Combo 52x 32x RW 16x DVD
    Panasonic Floppy
    OCZ Power Stream 520 watt
    icute casing with front blue CCFC, 2 80mm rear casing fan and 1 80mm casing fan on top.

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    G.Skill 2x512MB PC4400FC

    Warning for extreme use only!

    Several days ago I received a set of G.skill PC4400FC’s. The new, bright yellow design on the heatspreaders reminded me that this is a new generation of G.Skill. G.Skill is known for their extreme, high end TCCD, so I couldn’t wait to try these out.

    The PC4400FC’s are rated for 2.5-4-4-8 (PC4400) @ 2.7-2.9v. According to G.Skill, all the new sets are going to be solely TCCD based, and just to make sure I took a little peak and sure enough they are Samsung TCCD 0516. There had been rumors that TCCD was being phased out and replaced with TCC5, but this seems to dispel these rumors.

    The test setup is an AMD socket 939 Opteron 146 on a DFI LP NF4 Ulra-D (what else would I use?). Also since this Opteron is a 10 multiplier chip, I ran everthing with the 10x multiplier at a 1:1 ratio.

    The PC4400FC’s are rated for 2.5-4-4-8, but who wants to run memory at its rated speed? I immediately put them at 2.5-3-3-6 with 2.7v. Now for some reason this set didn’t like 2.7v so I put them at 2.8v and they ran just fine.


    To get the ram to 285, I had to loosen the TRCD to 4. Even with 2.9v, TRCD-3 wouldn’t work. This is typical of TCCD sets though, TRCD-4 works much better than 3 and doesn’t negatively impact performance too much. So the timings were 2.5-4-3-6 and I maintained voltage at 2.8v, which seems to be the sweet spot on this set.


    Now up to 295 with the exact same settings


    Same settings again at 305


    The ram really likes 2.5-4-3-6 with 2.8 volts, here is 310.


    With 2.5-4-3-6 and 2.8 volts, the set maxed out at 312.


    This is a great set of ram. First of all, it managed to do DDR624 with 2.5-4-3-6 with 2.8 volts, which is comparable to any above-average set of TCCD. Also, keep in mind that the ram would probably go further. The set is rated for 2.5-4-4-8, and it did 312 with tighter timings than this! The best part is that it’s fairly inexpensive for high end TCCD, $170 at newegg. If you’re going to overclock with a high FSB/HTT, this is a great set of ram.
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231019
    Last edited by BB mods's; 10-31-2005 at 08:43 AM.

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    Wow. U have a nice TCCD there
    Allendale E6300@2380mhz @1.28vcore(Vostok water cooling kit)
    Asrock 775Twins-HDTV (ATi Xpress 300)
    OCZ value 512mb x 2 @ 340mhz @ 4-4-3-5
    IDE Hitachi 80gb 7200rpm 2 mb
    Inno3D 7900GT
    AOpen Combo 52x 32x RW 16x DVD
    Panasonic Floppy
    OCZ Power Stream 520 watt
    icute casing with front blue CCFC, 2 80mm rear casing fan and 1 80mm casing fan on top.

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    My Gskill Pc4800 512mb dual channel kit does 325Mhz(DDR650) 2.5-4-3-6 memtest86 #5 stable

    http://www.no-ip.freehosting123.com/upload/325mhz.jpg

    but they do only 260 2.5-3-3-6
    Last edited by Maxtor; 10-31-2005 at 04:05 AM.
    3000+ Venice (0516GPCW) @ 2700Mhz 24/7
    MSI Neo2 Platinum (Korea Nf3 chipset)
    2 x 256Mb Gskill Pc4800
    Club3d 6600GT AGP @ 612/1255
    Boxed cooler

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    Thank's these were my review set,the retail run's just as good.I have 1 more set of ram to review for G'skill at this time and then both of them go to the home page to be posted Thank's G'skill cant wait to get more boxes from ya!

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    @bb mods
    i can't see the pics above
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    Quote Originally Posted by G.S Technician
    @bb mods
    i can't see the pics above
    pics are working for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Absolute_0
    pics are working for me
    yeah i can see it now!
    good result bb mods
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    if you send me a pack, i can upload 3 reviews of diferent 2x512mb g.skill ram

    2x512mb le
    2x512mb fc

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    PC4800 TCCD LA 2x512MB

    Looked nice, but couldn't pass 286MHz stable, due to 875i chipset limit. I eventually found out the chipset is allergic to TCCD, and only really likes Hynix passed them speeds!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxtor
    My Gskill Pc4800 512mb dual channel kit does 325Mhz(DDR650) 2.5-4-3-6 memtest86 #5 stable

    http://www.no-ip.freehosting123.com/upload/325mhz.jpg

    but they do only 260 2.5-3-3-6
    Dude, that's only 2x256 and just memtest 86.
    We've already seen DDR690 from 2x256 completing SuperPi 32M.

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    my new review will be posted on the face page of xs soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by BB mods's
    my new review will be posted on the face page of xs soon
    that will be very nice too see
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