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post #11 of 22
I guess I just got a bad lot then...they just 'felt' wrong straight away..I knew something was up when I went from 1.8-2.25v and still no stability at stock clocks/speed

Looks like you lucked out! Gotta love the low latencies..is a 4-3-3-7 do-able?
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I guess I just got a bad lot then...they just 'felt' wrong straight away..I knew something was up when I went from 1.8-2.25v and still no stability at stock clocks/speed

Looks like you lucked out! Gotta love the low latencies..is a 4-3-3-7 do-able?
@ what speeds?
 
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my bad i read it wrong
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@ what speeds?
ROFL..nvrmnd..just saw the pics..CAS3 at 800mhz...yes mine were definitely bunk!

I was referring to a 800mhz clock..you bested that by a mile. Glad to know, others are getting good ones..

*off topic..what are your opinions on these vs. a set of Dh9's ..800mhz for 104$ or 1066mhz for 125$? Since I have to RMA them..i need a replacement for around 100$. tnx
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ROFL..nvrmnd..just saw the pics..CAS3 at 800mhz...yes mine were definitely bunk!

I was referring to a 800mhz clock..you bested that by a mile. Glad to know, others are getting good ones..

*off topic..what are your opinions on these vs. a set of Dh9's ..800mhz for 104$ or 1066mhz for 125$? Since I have to RMA them..i need a replacement for around 100$. tnx
Well, I'll probably get tons of argument for this, but I'm a firm believer that it's best to run at the rated FSB of the system (1:1) with as tight as timings as possible, rather than higher FSB on the ram (4:5 ect.) with loose timings.

I was under the impression that these chips are shipped with either D9GMH's, D9GKX's or Promos. I don't know the characteristics of Promos, but I do know that of D9's and it looks like I may have gotten Promos.
 
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post #16 of 22
I like the highest speed and lowest latency...I have a set of G.Skill Hz's doing 1000mhz, 4-4-4-10-4...and would just as soon buy those again...the Mushkins are tempting though.
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I can go much higher but I don't want to kill it. 1000|4438|2.15v I have a 120mm right on them though
Oh yea, if anyone understands this... I got a 680i a1 back from an RMA on a 680i tr. I'm all happy to see that I get the new mobo, yay!, bad move I guess :/ I can run 7 * 500 which is 100% stable at 2000 fsb, but if I do any 8 multi, crashes in a few minutes. 1800 1850 fsb, crash. I don't even change anything except the fsb and the multi, crash. It really can't be the cpu since it started doing this right as I switched boards. I don't get it though, I can run 2000 fsb with almost all minimum voltages which I love, but I can not run an 8 multi, even at 1600fsb... Anyway, I will end the rant, this is just a sandra screen and cpuz of the current configuration. I think I may try 3.6 or 3.7 in a 7 multi, since thats what I ran at an 8 multi for months.
    
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post #18 of 22
Yeah, great Ram. I had the early version with the D9's and the Silver heatspreaders as well as the Blue promos versions. Awesome overclockers.

One thing to keep in mind is the latency orders you enter in bios. On my P5W DH the the second and third latency was one way, on a P5B Deluxe I set up, It was the other way round. Took a few blue screens for me to work it out but they crash very easily if you get the second and third latencies the wrong way.
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post #19 of 22
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Just thought I'd bump this thread.

I've since moved up to 4 gigs of this stuff and it is absolutely amazing.

And they are only $50 on the 'Egg now

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...t%2bT800UX2GC4
 
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post #20 of 22
what you got these at wal-mart?????? well looks like great ram!
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