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dude, if you're going with PC2-6400, then go with crucial (as they still use the double sided stuff, not the single sided, limited stuff) I've gotten mine to run 1000MHz with stock timings @2.0v. I've even gotten them to run at 3-3-3-9 @2.1V 800MHz. Very nice stuff
Ehh, don't wanna risk it. Imma stick with OCZ. So opinions on my question?
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You might find that the OCZs you seek have the same ICs as the Ballistix... did you check it out?
    
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Ok, I don't want Crucial. Can someone please answer my question. I need an answer by tonight.
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We are trying to help you. Crucial's good RAM sticks used certain IC's that were known for high OCs. There are some manufacturers out there that have used those same ICs, but don't disclose that information (at least very easily)
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Why can't anyone understand the question? This happens way to much here.

@ auroraXP: I gave you my answer
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Why can't anyone understand the question? This happens way to much here.

@ auroraXP: I gave you my answer
Thanks man. Much appropriated. And yea I noticed that here. It's like no one has anything better to do but argue and give unwanted answers.

I don't need to argue with anyone's unwanted input. I need a quick answer to my question. Thanks
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