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    Review: OCZ Platinum PC4800 EE

    i dont have a computer....

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    Great review there. I`ve seen every thing I wanted.

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    looks good, my OCZ PC3700 plats are TCCD and do the same without fuss.... seems there are resurrecting a product I already bought once.....
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    Don`t forget this is REAL ELITE MEMORY. Only OCZ have the rights to use TCCD chips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooper
    Only OCZ have the rights to use TCCD chips.
    eh? where'd you get that from?
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    I thought only Corsair had the rights to use TCCD chips, hence the XL series?
    oh man

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    everyone has rights. it's just whether who can find it easier.
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    Whatever the case...looks like bomb tccd ownange.

    Awesome review BTW, nice comparisons at different timings. Kind of curious how something like 320x8 2-4-3-7 compares to 256x10 2-2-2-5 (both 2560) (fully tweaked of course). 9x/11x multi wouldn't be bad to see either if someone could pull it off (320x9 vs 262x11 both 2880)

    Surely a good fight against redline...Which may be the mad tweakers choice, but without all the those freaking problems that come with utt.
    Last edited by turtle; 08-05-2005 at 07:47 PM.
    That is all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turtle
    Whatever the case...looks like bomb tccd ownange.

    Awesome review BTW, nice comparisons at different timings. Kind of curious how something like 320x8 2-4-3-7 compares to 256x10 2-2-2-5 (both 2560) (fully tweaked of course). 9x/11x multi wouldn't be bad to see either if someone could pull it off (320x9 vs 262x11 both 2880)

    Surely a good fight against redline...Which may be the mad tweakers choice, but without all the those freaking problems that come with utt.
    well here's a review where you'll see a comparison with same cpu but with a divider.

    http://www.insanetek.com/index.php?p...goldpc4000vx_1

    unfortunately i have a 3000+ winnie so 10x multi is a bit hard for me. i may just pick up a 3200 venice though and do an article.

    thanks for the kind words btw.
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    Right on. Very cool.

    Thanks for the link amigo.
    That is all.

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