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OCZ2P8002GK how well will these overclock?

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I bought these today from Outpost.com for $205 with a $30 rebate and free shipping.. $175

OCZ DDR2 2GB (2x1GB) PC2-6400 800MHz Dual Channel Kit - OCZ2P8002GK

The price for them on Newegg is $304 with a $30 rebate.
I was just wondering what type of performance I can expect from them. I will be running a DS3 board with an E6300.

Here is the link to Outpost:

http://shop3.outpost.com/product/4815800
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Those are excellent modules with Micron D9s. I almost bought them but being the picky that I am, I didn't because of the heat-sink color. See I like to keep everything under one color fo rmy system as much as possible, so I went from Corsair to G.Skill but I almost ordered the Mushkin kit as well.

Those modules could very well put out a 1000mhz speed with a 2.3v and same latencies. So go for them, specially with that price, it's a god deal.
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I have the exact same RAM modules ordered myself... should be arriving Monday morning. Im looking forward to using them! Should push the overclocking potential of my CPU and FSB much higher then it already is. I have read about these sticks everywhere on the net and have heard mostly good things about them, apart from a small fraction of rev. 1 sticks that failed.
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I have the 1g kit. I have not had any luck pushing them beyond 943mhz....regardless of latency settings @ 2.45v. I am running them currently at 915mhz, 4-4-4-12-4-35 w/ 2.35v. Memtest stable and sandra score @ 6350mbs.

->Overall great...but the fact that I cant hit a 1:1, stinks. Any tips?
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Okay so I now have the sticks installed, and wrestled with the BIOS to finally get the rig to post. These sticks seem to be very picky, currently running 1:1 FSB : DRAM ratio running at 400MHz. The timings are a little off though from what I would like. These sticks are advertised at being able to run @ 4-5-4-15, but I cant get the computer t boot with these timings at 400 MHz. When I let the timings configure by SPD auto, Cpu-z detects 5-6-6-18. I have the sticks running at 2.2 V and have my FSB voitage and MCH voltages maxed out. Any ideas on how to get tighter timings with this Mobo?
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When I had timings set similar to yours @ 800mhz, I was only at 2.0v. I could get the ram stable at 4-4-4-12-4 at 2.1v, when I cant get stablility I try lowering voltage, then timings. Seems like most tend to add too much voltage to the RAM right away...guess im guilty too. *I was able to get my 1g kit up to 940mhz w/ 2.35v......2.4v gave me nothing extra....niether 2.45v.....timings were almost the same at 4-4-4-14-4.
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