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got mine in but a little weary to remove the heat spreader. we will see how far they go on that p5b setup, most likley they will be used in the 8ghz project.
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Originally Posted by Blue_Fire View Post
got mine in but a little weary to remove the heat spreader. we will see how far they go on that p5b setup, most likley they will be used in the 8ghz project.
I'd to see how far you guys take them!
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Anyone know how well the Elpida clocks?
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ELPIDAs are not good OC'er. I think the highest were 667mhz but they could go as high as 800mhz.

Some hand-picked PROMOS can overclock as high as D9s. But only Team Group and G.Skill are doing it.
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Hey guys... just been reading this thread on the firestix Ram so thought I'd try and see if theres anywhere on the net that supplys them here in the uk. But to my dissapointment i couldnt find a single retailer!

Do any of you guys know of a retailer that supplys them to the uk, or know of a company that would ship them here?

If not, could you guys suggest any ram that I can clock to a pretty good speed, but keep the latency down. 800+ mhz would be nice, but latency is my main worry, as the system I'm building is going to be used for audio. Latency is our enemy haha!!

Cheers, Beatsmith
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