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I run my HZs @ 2.2 24/7 they have active cooling with the OCZXTC on them and they get to timings of 4-4-4-5 @1000mhz but personally i have seen sticks that have had a stock voltage of 2.3-2.4v... and DDR3 draws even more...
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and DDR3 draws even more...
Um, I thought DDR3 used less volts, a lot less..........
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post #13 of 23
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Um, I thought DDR3 used less volts, a lot less..........
Definitely less.... 1.5V-2.0V I think.
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post #14 of 23
Even the Cell Shocks are rated at 2.2v stock.

My GSkill DDR2 1000 HZs are rated stock 2.2~2.4 off the shelf.

These ones from the Tank Guys are rated 2.35~2.45 stock.
http://www.tankguys.biz/product_info...2bb62e8a63b566
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post #15 of 23
Apparently, Paul and Gonx are a couple of the few that have been paying attention.........http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=139544


this place could stand a few more threads like that, but with all the " help me with gurl problems" and " watcha doin?" threads here, those kinds of threads never last too long here.. Cmon , folks.. let's get back to basics!!
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Yeah but you cant believe everything you hear over at XS as much as you would like to. I agree that above 2.4 over a long period of time it will degrade your ram. I have ran my crucial ballistics d9gmh at 2.35 for a few months 24/7 folding and they still work fine, will still boot at 1.8-1.9 whatever a cleared cmos stock is. They still get the smae overclock on them that I could reach before. I allways use active cooling on my ram also.

My cellshock ddr2 1000 which are rated at 2.2 to 2.3 I use 2.25 to get 500mhz 4-4-4-12 out of them. I would use like 2.3 for benches when trying for high fsb jsut to be sure that they wouldnt get in the way. I run 2.25 volts also when I am running a bigger mutli so the ram runs at 450mhz with 4-4-3-9 timings.

One thing about stuff like the cellshock is it has a 8 layer pcb I think the geil does also and not sure about team but I think some of there stuff does also. This helps to make the ram last longer and it has to do with controlling the electrical leakage or whatever better then what the other ram use like the hz/crucial whcih is 6 I believe. There are ram out there that use 4 layer also I think adata but I am not sure and they dont last long at all with higher volts.

If you dont believe me about the pcb thing just look it up online there are some real indepth articles on the subject since it effects all stuff built on pcb that run variouse amounts of voltage but mainly ram modules.

Thats just my 2 cense, stay below 2.2 without extra cooling and above that up to about 2.35 2.38 with active cooling but I wouldnt go over that personally. Well except for a few benching sessions
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theres 2 ways for me to acquire the parts i need

i can either do tank guys cell shock 6400 + thermalright ultra-120 extreme
which is $170 + $60 +37 postage (us dollars)

or i can buy the g.skill hz in australia for abt 190 AUD + the thermalright at an ridiculous price of 105 AUD (but its the only store in aus that has the extreme version) but all these prices are postage inclusive

which one should i do? with the cell shock from tankguys option it is abt 30 dollars AUD more expsensive
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Did you consider the teamextreme 6400 4-4-4-12 its cheaper then the cellshock and performs really well. It is also top notch ram.
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is it better than the hz?

edit: its onyl 5 dollars cheaper


woooow tank guys drop their prices on ultra-120 extreme


im def gon with them now 170 +50+37 -5 (gc)

252 for all that isn't bad!
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Originally Posted by kanny View Post
is it better than the hz?

edit: its onyl 5 dollars cheaper


woooow tank guys drop their prices on ultra-120 extreme


im def gon with them now 170 +50+37 -5 (gc)

252 for all that isn't bad!
Team Xtreem and the HZ's should perform similarly as they use the same ICs.
If the Team modules are cheaper I would highly recommend them. If the Cellshock priced similarly I would go with them because the use the 8 layer PCB.
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