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post #1 of 11 Old 04-10-2008, 10:05 PM - Thread Starter
 
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could you guys please post your OC specs on PC-6400 single sided BALLISTIX

people keep saying "single sided doesnt over clock as well" but no one has given their results.


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Tracers are the same except some say they make more heat on account of the leds and i've got to 914 no problem with stock voltage.

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Here's what I've got so far. Yes, these are the single sided. I tried running 1000, but got mem errors. I also tried tightening the timings to 4-4-4-12 but it didn't like that either. I'm interested in what other people are getting as well. I'm still in the process of checking stability, but I ran it for a few hours last night and got no errors, just need to do some more. What are the typical results for the double sided sticks?




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While I had mine at 2.2v and 5-5-5-12 one went to 1050 and the other couldn't get to 1000, didn't bother testing further. Ended up selling them.
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shift. is that with stock voltage?
mine didnt like much more over 900 but that was with 4-4-4-12 and 2.2V

gota tinker with it some more this weekend since for now i gave up on getting more than 3.2 from my quad

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That's at 2.1v, I haven't tried 2.2v yet.. I'll leave that for this weekend I suppose. I'd definitely loosen the timings, that's what was limiting me.



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Got my single sided (HNL) 2x1GiB set of PC6400 Ballistix to DDR2-1142, 5-5-5-18 with ~2.2v. I needed pretty loose sub-timings though. They were stable, while they lasted.

They died after four days.

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im at 432mhz 4-4-4-12 @ 2.2V it doesnt seem to want more than that so ima loosen the timings and see how it deals with 450mhz

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im priming now at 5-5-5-15 480mhz 2.2v its lasted about 40 mins ill run it through memtest tonight or tomorrow

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I would suggest you do it in the reverse order (memtest then prime). Before booting with new settings run memtest and make sure it doesn't fail. This way you can avoid possibly corrupting your OS.



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