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he only has the tracers in now i think noodle.

n1 grim i wasnt sure, cant be very efficeint tho with 3s12 tho, saying that who buys tracers to run them at 667?
ah right, ive seen people mix frequencies and it hasnt turned out well, ive even done it myself :S!
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you are not supposed to do that m8,you should just have the one type of ram on your mobo, not different makes and different frequencies. thats probably why it reads different and why anything else is going wrong with them
4x1gb tracers now, the one I had before came with PC bundle and another is the cheapest one available on market with same freq

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That RAM should run at 800 4-4-4-12 2.2v 1066 5-5-5-15 2.2v and 667 3-3-3-12 2.2v.
so which one is more effective? better timings or better freq?
EDIT: 2.2v without cooling?
Edited by yozhikas - 5/14/08 at 9:53am
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4x1gb tracers now, the one I had before came with PC bundle and another is the cheapest one available on market with same freq


so which one is more effective? better timings or better freq?
EDIT: 2.2v without cooling?
I can tell you that on Intel chipsets, faster memory > tighter timings. NVidia chipsets, you have to bench to see which gives you more bandwidth.

Yes, 2.2v is what is advertised. It can also run at lower voltages. Use memtest to make sure.
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