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I think the reason it sez DDR3 is because I am overclocking it so high it freaks it out--in fact it was saying the ram was running at 1200 meaning DDR2 24000

I know we all think CPU ID is the deal--but honestly it gives wacko readings about voltage and RAM all the time...
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Those are eerily similar numbers to what I've seen with my 2x1gig kit of D9 Mushkins.

Haven't had them to 1200 ... but ran completed Sciencemark benches at 1100/5.5.5.15.

Was mostly focusing on CPU max clocks at the time (last winter) and so never really explored the max possibilities of the RAM.

I need more RAM overclocking skillz before really testing them out ...

***????? what BIOS do you have? i got those exact sticks and i can't post with them!
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I can get my OCZ to run at 1200mhz with BELOW stock volts.

That is pretty good for $100 ram though, good job CD.
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Awww dango ...
Now everyone's whipping theirs out!
Let's see, mine it's at 3.60ghz vs 4.21ghz, for a 0.390s (notice, not even half a second).......so what would happen IF I get mine to a little over 3.60ghz?

Back to: Another E6600. Time to try some more but we know what the results will be, so, I'll leave it that.
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I'll post the results of my OC with that ram when the arrive and hope they can get to 1200 at 4-4-4-12 like many have said they can do.
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Let's see, mine it's at 3.60ghz vs 4.21ghz, for a 0.390s (notice, not even half a second).......so what would happen IF I get mine to a little over 3.60ghz?

Back to: Another E6600. Time to try some more but we know what the results will be, so, I'll leave it that.
Agreed on all points, sir. Was not meant to be a challenge.

Just whipping mine out, too ... s'all. No need to break out the ruler.



Truth is, I don't know the first thing about memory overclocking ... that's why I'm up till 4am reading all of your posts! Cause I want to learn more ...

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good job on the 1200 only got my HZ to 1040, but thats probably cause i have a AMD and/or a MB that doesnt OC well... but am pretty sure its my MB holding me back
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Now for actually being able to use the stuff--I have mine at 1066 and the E6300 at 3.1--which is rock solid and Folding at 100% load--the fan is barely turning over at 900 rpm and the CPU temp is 43C--on high the CPU temp is 41C with an ambient of 26C. The chipset and RAM are under a fan--because they do get quite warm--especially the RAM (2.2V)

I think 1066 24/7 under full load is a great thing for $110 before shipping. I have been loving Gskill for quite a while now--ever since I built Crunch and got DDR2 667 that would run at 900 all day long.

I made one mis-step with some Crucial Ballistix tracers--which are cool to look at but failed Orthos. I then made a second mis step buying RAM at nearly $400 when soon it would be $110 ...who would know that G Skill would straighten up and fly right...
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