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post #21 of 32
well it takes looser timings but this crucial ballistic at 2.29vdimm does ok (on my amd rig)
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post #22 of 32
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EDIT LoL

I just noticed what he was doing and now its obvious...so stupid of me...
He was running an FSB of 489 and a multi of 9 so of course his times are better let me give those numbers a whirl and see what I can do.
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Ahh I thought I felt my ears burning

Those HZ modules are some of the best around ... and when you are chasing those small fraction of times you need to be sure you can rely on what is running ... they have a good reputation and support as well.

The GeIL PC2-6400 C3 maynot be available in the USA as yet but will be.. the PC2-8500 C5 should be. Either of these will also do you OK too. In any case please let me know if I can help you in any way.

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Guys is this the mac daddy of PC8000?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231077

From what I can see it has the tightest timings of any ram I have seen and the price is somewhat reasonable

Nice speed for C3 but do show some Pi32M runs to be sure it can sustain it...

Try this ..



Validation

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Ahh I thought I felt my ears burning

Those HZ modules are some of the best around ... and when you are chasing those small fraction of times you need to be sure you can rely on what is running ... they have a good reputation and support as well.

The GeIL PC2-6400 C3 maynot be available in the USA as yet but will be.. the PC2-8500 C5 should be. Either of these will also do you OK too. In any case please let me know if I can help you in any way.




Nice speed for C3 but do show some Pi32M runs to be sure it can sustain it...

Try this ..



Validation

More results here
Thats nice...im looking right now for some of your ram. I worked out a trade for an Opty 165 rig in exchange for 2gb of the Giel Ultra 8500 assuming it can be found in the states.
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Ill run memtest and 32m when i get home later for ya
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Ill run memtest and 32m when i get home later for ya
Cool man!

I havent pulled th trigger yet on the Geil but since I need more ram anyway I was looking to buy the best. Note: I cant even post when I manually set my ram to run at 1000mhz 4-4-4-10. It runs fine at 4-4-4-10 vDimm 2.2 at 920mhz so maybe its something to do with the multiplier. Anyway I cant post with high FSB's either so I will try some Clockgen numbers tonight since it might be a bios bug.

-edit- Jin sent me a PM and told me it would be ready in about a week!!! Man I can't wait!!
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Use voltage Try 1000 @ 4-4-4-10 @ 2.3-2.4
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This is the memory ive been looking at
http://www.tankguys.biz/ddr2-3338-p-...2d43a005db2239
Very good reviews on XS.
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Just to clarify ... I have shown two different sets of GeIL modules... the C3 are the PC2-6400 2.4v modules which are the dual pi results above.

The PC2-8500 are rated at 5-5-5-15 2.4v but are proving to be good at C4, these should be available now in the US.

But do test your current modules... bump the vDimm and then use Memtest - run Test #8 & Loop for a good 7-10 times to be sure..it is an easier way to check if the modules do actually run at those speeds.

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Thats nice...im looking right now for some of your ram. I worked out a trade for an Opty 165 rig in exchange for 2gb of the Giel Ultra 8500 assuming it can be found in the states.

Good stuff ... dual Pi of course - one per core!

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Will do
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