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god i forgot they had the sticky, go look at the top of this section, theres a huge list of ram and its modules, again may not be totally acurate 100%, but its at the top of this section

i like my ddr2800 crucial ballistic, they have the d9 mh or whaterver there called, i would go for the ddr21000 ballistic's myself
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umm yeah they are good, ight i ask what is the matter with your ram that you have now, i thought those were suppose to be pretty good ram,
Yeah really--that's supposed to be excellent OC ram...
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I'll check out the stickies, so key note is to "scour" for d9 moduals or something right?
    
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Yeah really--that's supposed to be excellent OC ram...
yeah but remeber the prob with them not being d9's anymore atleast in alot of the versions so it was meaning that thye wouldnt oc worth a poo, atleast some of series were (if i remember right)

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I'll check out the stickies, so key note is to "scour" for d9 moduals or something right?
yes the d9's are the best right now, someof the other types can oc ok with decent timings, i think the aeonon that adata used were ok and one other i cant remember the name
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There are Micon D9GMH with CAS 3, CAS 4 and CAS 5....in that order is the price you paid.

CAS 3 are well over $400 but are very rare.

CAS 4 is the mid-high level. Mid because you can find some that run at 800mhz and can be found for $250 to $310 for a 2GB kit.

But then there's the "Hand Picked" DDR2 by Corsair, A.K.A. Dominator DDR2 1111 which are ridiculously expensive and some other manufacturers that are also jumping in the CAS 4 DDR2 1K+ speeds but the prices are also very high.

CAS 5
D9s is not something I'd personally recommend unless someone is on a real tight budget.

Because just like CPUs are batched, the same goes for Micron D9s, high binned are particularly expensive but they're well worth it and right now it seems as if the popularity of the RAM goes, so will their prices. And because of AMD also moving to a DDR2 platform, now the demand is high and so are the prices.

Micron D9s CAS 4 is the way to go for the best over-clocking setting, except need to stay under $310 mark.
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