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post #11 of 18
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Originally Posted by gfreeman1 View Post
2x1 GB ram in dual channel will give u more oc-ability, and better gaming performance than just a gig ddr2 800

Maybe try this for the ram. its only $10 more

its got low cas timings for value ram, so u can push it further
Nice find on the corsair... 2Gb for $70...super..

I didnt mean to link that to the DDR2-800 ram..lol.. glad you pointed that out..

This is what i was talking about
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820146568
Truely awsome ram but only 1Gb..
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post #12 of 18
dont go out and buy anything until u try. i can hit ddr 1000 with the crucial rendition which was only 30 bucks on mwave and everyone said im screwed and how it wont clock at all, well i tried it for fun and there u go. now my other stick of crucial ram, not rendition, sucks.
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post #13 of 18
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Thank you all for your valuable posts which helped me a lot especially MuNcHeR23

As for Ram, You brought very good models but they are not available in the market here
There are Kingston, Elixir, Hynex, Spectek all ddr 667 and Chaintec APOGEE ddr 800

Again regarding the mobo
The 965p-ds3 is a little pricy here, I am thinking about MSI 965p-Neo
I've read its max FSB = 333 mhz without increasing cpu voltage
http://www.hardwarezone.com/articles...987&cid=6&pg=9

Is this 333 fsb value can be achieved by e4300 on this board or just the e6*** ?
If it gives me 2.9 ghz on e4300, I'll pick it

Is this cooler good to buy it or it's as the stock cooler?
http://www.asus.com/products.aspx?l1...05&modelmenu=1
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post #14 of 18
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Thank you all for your valuable posts which helped me a lot especially MuNcHeR23

As for Ram, You brought very good models but they are not available in the market here
There are Kingston, Elixir, Hynex, Spectek all ddr 667 and Chaintec APOGEE ddr 800

Again regarding the mobo
The 965p-ds3 is a little pricy here, I am thinking about MSI 965p-Neo
I've read its max FSB = 333 mhz without increasing cpu voltage
http://www.hardwarezone.com/articles...987&cid=6&pg=9

Is this 333 fsb value can be achieved by e4300 on this board or just the e6*** ?
If it gives me 2.9 ghz on e4300, I'll pick it

Is this cooler good to buy it or it's as the stock cooler?
http://www.asus.com/products.aspx?l1...05&modelmenu=1
Well if you go with less expensive RAM i would stick with ddr2-800 if all possible.. That will get rid of any limitations in oc'ing..At least limitations from the ram..

When overclocking Vcore is different for every cpu.. Some need nothing, others need a lot.. I have seen 4300's at 2.8ghz with 1.42 vcore to run stable.. There is no way to really say what vcore you will need to oc..

That cooler looks damn near stock to me.. IDK anything about it.. I would think you could find something better than stock for under $40 .. If $40 is too much for the budget, i would just go stock till you can get a nice cooler.. I don't think that will change too much when you oc.. You will still see a good oc, and maybe could expect an even higher oc when you end up getting an aftermarket cooler.. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835207001 thats a good budget cooler.. $20 and better than stock, even better than some more expensive coolers..

That motherboard looks pretty good.. I have looked up some reviews on it and it seems to be as solid as the S3 i suggested.. If its more in your budget you should go for it.. 965P's oc very nice.. And some can even allow for a bsel mod and higher oc's.. MSI is a good choice..


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post #15 of 18
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Thank you man
I appreciate all this help
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post #16 of 18
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Thank you man
I appreciate all this help
Im just like everyone else in the world.. I love to tell people my opinion and what i know..lol..

No problems man, pm me anytime you have any questions.. If i can't help i can usually point someone in the right direction for help..
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post #17 of 18
Ditch the DDR2 667 value RAM and grab some Geil DDR2 800 2Gb from Newegg (99 bucks plus 25 dollar mail-in rebate, making them 75 bucks). I use them and they're excellent. I've got them at 900 MHz and 4-3-3-5 timings. They use Micron M9GMH chips, which overclock nicely.

Here's the link: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820144062
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post #18 of 18
i'm a bit on a budget myself and have my e4300 @ 2.7 at stock voltage and cores idle approx 19-20. load temps are anywhere between 43-48. as for memory i have my 3 sticks all going at 299mhz, (266 stock) 2 are 512 of samsung and 1 gig is corsair value selct. also using stock intel hsf... and ol' asus p5b
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