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    please test 430(860)mhz
    and the best timings, thx
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    After getting 5400ul and 8000ul, then what is the best memory, and not for the price that UL is.. coz its insane!
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    Quote Originally Posted by V I P E R
    Right now I'm testing A-Data DDR2 800Mhz. It came without heatspreaders and it has Elpida chips on it. Later I'll post some pictures.

    Until now I managed to clock them to 700Mhz @ 3/3/3/6/2 @ 2,3 volts on ASUS P5WD2 Premium board. The RAM is cool to touch even at this voltage. Soon I'll make the vdimm mod to see if it can handle high voltages.
    waiting for your best timing and frequency

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    any information about the
    Patriot Extreme Performance PEP25126400LL ?
    DDR2-800 CL4-4-4-12 @2,1V

    http://www.patriotmem.com/products/g...2-6400&catid=2

    CB

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    the new
    OCZ EL Platinum XTC Extreme Edition
    DDR2-1000 CL4-5-4-15 @2,1V
    looks also very interesting ....

    http://www.ocztechnology.com/product...n_dual_channel

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    Super Talent new ddr1000 RAM has out , Everyone has the oc thread?
    http://www.supertalent.com/SuperTale...?PN=T1000UX2G5

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    PC6400 is not DDR1000

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    Quote Originally Posted by WoD
    PC6400 is not DDR1000
    yes
    PC8000 = DDR2-1000
    PC6400 = DDR2-800
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    I am going to upgrade to Intel (stupid coldbug ) and so I have to upgrade my memory, I think one of these fit's me the best:

    SUPER TALENT DDR2 1024/2X1024 - 6400 800@4-3-4-8???V D9DQT / Micron BT-3 chips HS=Silver

    SUPER TALENT DDR2 1024/2X1024 - 8000 1000@5-5-5-15???V D9DQT / Micron BT-3 chips HS=Silver

    But since I am very new to DDR2, I can't know if the PC8000 also runs at PC6400 timings/speed. What I actually want to ask is which chips are binned the highest? and have the most potential for "low" timings/high speed?
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    Maybe someone can identify these chips.



    Remarked by/for Corsair as it looks.

    This is what I can read from it:
    54MBCHDGEL90
    U537H8G0WPL1
    50057A-8E

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    Quote Originally Posted by crotale
    Maybe someone can identify these chips.



    Remarked by/for Corsair as it looks.

    This is what I can read from it:
    54MBCHDGEL90
    U537H8G0WPL1
    50057A-8E
    The packaging of the IC looks the same as Syncmax PC6400 and my PSC chips on PQI PC4200 OEM http://img108.imageshack.us/my.php?image=pqipsc9mb.jpg

    My Rig:
    Intel Core 2 Duo E6400
    2x512mb Micron PC3200 OEM D9DQW "Fatbody"
    Biostar TForce P965 Deluxe
    MSI/Medion GeForce 6700XL (Cheap )
    Chieftec 360W (in search for someting better)
    WD 160GB S-ATA

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    too bad we amd guys dont have any use of this atm

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaWaN
    The packaging of the IC looks the same as Syncmax PC6400 and my PSC chips on PQI PC4200 OEM http://img108.imageshack.us/my.php?image=pqipsc9mb.jpg
    Elpida made it?

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    could someone confirm they are D9 ?

    Crucial Ballistix 1GB (2 x 512MB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM Unbuffered DDR2 667 (PC2 5300) Dual Channel kit System Memory - Retail
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    Quote Originally Posted by eiceman
    waiting for your best timing and frequency
    The A-Data DDR2-800 right now is memtest and prime blend stable @ 945Mhz @ 4/4/5/4/2 @ 2,3 volts.
    .:If It Isn't Broke, Overclock It!:. .:Overclock It Til It Bleeds!:. .:If you can read this, then you aren't "well" Overclocked yet...!!! :.

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    PDC21G5600+XBLK is it confirmad that all of those are D9?
    Intel FTW!

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    This is my A-Data DDR2 800 @ 2,3 volts.

    .:If It Isn't Broke, Overclock It!:. .:Overclock It Til It Bleeds!:. .:If you can read this, then you aren't "well" Overclocked yet...!!! :.

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    I'll be getting 4 sticks 1gb ddr2, and I have 2 choices in mind.
    Which ones should I get? cost is not a issue.

    Crucial Ballistix 6400 or Corsair XMS2 6400

    Thanks for the help.
    Last edited by blossom; 04-20-2006 at 03:53 PM.

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    Take the Ballistix.
    .:If It Isn't Broke, Overclock It!:. .:Overclock It Til It Bleeds!:. .:If you can read this, then you aren't "well" Overclocked yet...!!! :.

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    Quote Originally Posted by V I P E R
    Take the Ballistix.
    Any particular reasons?
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    Because it will use Micron (probably D9 fat body) chips, which are better for overclocking. Corsair started to use other chips in these series and it is not so sure that you are going to buy a good clocking kit. If you have the money go for the Ballistix, or risk with Corsair. If your purpose is not overclocking to the max, go for Corsair, beause it will give you very good performance and you will save money.
    .:If It Isn't Broke, Overclock It!:. .:Overclock It Til It Bleeds!:. .:If you can read this, then you aren't "well" Overclocked yet...!!! :.

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    Today i got my Crucial Ballistix 2GB DDR2-800, but don`t know which Chips are on it.

    Friend of mine got also the Kit and they are D9:

    Batch CL1116B.H2 / PN 54030

    Mine are:

    Batch CL1116B.KW / PN 54030

    The only difference H2 and KW


    Are they also D9 or something else?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4ng3ldust
    Today i got my Crucial Ballistix 2GB DDR2-800, but don`t know which Chips are on it.

    Friend of mine got also the Kit and they are D9:

    Batch CL1116B.H2 / PN 54030

    Mine are:

    Batch CL1116B.KW / PN 54030

    The only difference H2 and KW


    Are they also D9 or something else?
    It should be Micron B6-37E , See the another post

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    I have test 3 pairs of Ballistix, It can do 3xxMhz on 3-2-2-x or 4xxMhz on 4-3-2-X, But can't stable over 500 Mhz,
    I see someone the Corsair can do 4xx-500Mhz 4-4-3-x, But they can't do like Ballistix tight timings

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