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post #11 of 16
bs ...theres been many a survivors of the 3.3+ suicide runs. We just need some volunteers.
post #12 of 16
will any mobo boot at those voltages?
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Wouldn't you need a motherboard capable of 600FSB+ to get the most out of them? I mean as far as i know not many boards can do 500FSB...
 
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post #14 of 16
some boards have dividers that are, for example 12:10 or something...where it multiply's the FSB upwards and make mem run faster...I think my board does it.
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post #15 of 16
The Bad Axe 2 can do the appropriate voltage...

I am just worried about the life of this memory, it must be the new GKX chips. These will be the last of the great DDR2 modules. Make way for DDR3.
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Originally Posted by pauldovi View Post
The Bad Axe 2 can do the appropriate voltage...

I am just worried about the life of this memory, it must be the new GKX chips. These will be the last of the great DDR2 modules. Make way for DDR3.
Or the new super Epilada chips that are coming out.

They are supposed to be 1.8V-2.0V with DDR2-1000+ frequencies. (Good timings of course)
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