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I have the A-Data 1GB ram on 800 , oc/ed to 925

i couldnt get it any higher or i would get bsod.....
    
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No, A-Data is not good overclocking RAM.
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I guess it could be worse but its by no means great and have to agree with last post
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Originally Posted by TheFlyingWallaby View Post
No, A-Data is not good overclocking RAM.
word, be careful
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post #5 of 9
A-Data Vitesta sticks showed to be great...I saw some OCing to 1200+ speeds...I think they were rated at 1066Mhz speeds... That stick should be nice without extreme voltage...maybe some sink should be slapped on...
    
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post #6 of 9
Yes, the A-data Vitesta sticks are great. They have D9 micron chips on them and will OC just as well as any other brand that use these chips

But the regular A-data stuff is just basic, like Corsair/Kingston Value(crap)select.
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post #7 of 9
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i dont think mine wer vitesta

mine were just normal ADATA with default pink/red heatsinks...
    
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post #8 of 9
I really would not worry about it you are not going to see a real world difference from 800 to 925 not even to 1066 or at least I have not on my own rig.
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post #9 of 9
Quote:
Originally Posted by Mr. Stroker View Post
I really would not worry about it you are not going to see a real world difference from 800 to 925 not even to 1066 or at least I have not on my own rig.
Couldnt agree more. I didnt see any difference at all from 667 to 800. In fact, my system runs better at 667 with tighter timings than at 800 with stock timings. I also own the same pink A-data ram. The only reason I got it is I got a 4gb kit for 30 bucks. If you wanna push it, up the voltage and tighten the timings. It will be just about as fast as any other ddr2800.
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