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yeah, the Geil One TCCD is scarce... but you can get OCZ platinum rev. 2 or Platinum DDR600 and they use TCCD also g.skill makes several TCCD modules. Check out their F1 series.

since they all use Samsung TCCD they will all perform very similarily. newegg has several options.

right now I believe the OCZ platinum rev. 2 is the cheapest at 14x after rebate, followed by some g.skill TCCD in the 15x range
Thanks for your help soloz. Take a look at this. The 2nd and 3rd modules are TCCD, but is the 1st one with the red heatspreaders? If you scroll down to the bottom of the page and look at chipset it is blank. Can someone explain? And is this the OCZ you were talking about? This is my final question i swear , which one of those 4 (the 3 Gskill and 1 OCZ) would be the best for overclocking in my system, would they be pretty much the same?
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I'd say probably these g.skill
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231008
or the OCZ plat rev. 2

I've heard good things about the g.skill, they're supposed to be the best TCCD on the market... but since they're all TCCD (the 2nd to g.skill and the OCZ) they will all perform similarily.

I have no experience w/ the g.skill but I can say that my OCZ plat. rev. 2 is running DDR520 @ 2.5-3-3-7 timings right now and it will clock all the way to DDR640 @ 2.5-4-4-8
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Look at the last digits of the model #. The LAs (3rd G. Skill) are the best of those listed. But those really OC better when they're 512mb (2x256mb). The FFs are the absolute best with the LEs being 2nd.

edit: I do have G. Skill experience and compared to OCZ... well how does DDR640 at 2.5-4-4-7 sound?
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Yes I should have gone with the G.SKILL F1-3200DSU2-1GBLA..here..instead of the CORSAIR TWINX 1024 3200XL.

As stated above the FF series is their best 2x512Mb TCCD F1-3200DSU2-1GBFF..here

edit: prices are on the high side but lest you can check them all out.

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Look at the last digits of the model #. The LAs (3rd G. Skill) are the best of those listed. But those really OC better when they're 512mb (2x256mb). The FFs are the absolute best with the LEs being 2nd.

edit: I do have G. Skill experience and compared to OCZ... well how does DDR640 at 2.5-4-4-7 sound?
Ok thanks alot everyone, You have helped me greatly
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Not sure if this has already been said, but take the BH5 if you can supply about 3.6vdimm. If you cant, get the TCCD.

See how high your BH5 will run, if you get around 260 then run a divider and keep the timings 1.5-2-2-5 if you can. Although 1.5 cas and 2 cas is pretty much the exact same thing.

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Not sure if this has already been said, but take the BH5 if you can supply about 3.6vdimm. If you cant, get the TCCD.

See how high your BH5 will run, if you get around 260 then run a divider and keep the timings 1.5-2-2-5 if you can. Although 1.5 cas and 2 cas is pretty much the exact same thing.
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The G.Skill's with the red heatspreaders are Winbond UTT BH-5 chips. I have those, and they are basically the same as GeIL ONE BH-5 at a much lower price (the UTT stands for UnTesTed, although the results between untested and handpicked are about even). Can't do much with these right now since my motherboard can't go over 3.0 vdimm, but I'm getting a DFI Lanparty mobo soon, so I'll see what I can do with these if you're interested.

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The G.Skill's with the red heatspreaders are Winbond UTT BH-5 chips. I have those, and they are basically the same as GeIL ONE BH-5 at a much lower price (the UTT stands for UnTesTed, although the results between untested and handpicked are about even). Can't do much with these right now since my motherboard can't go over 3.0 vdimm, but I'm getting a DFI Lanparty mobo soon, so I'll see what I can do with these if you're interested.
Thanks, I am interested in what they can do, please let me know!
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