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yeah i would also believe they are maxxed out =[
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No way the mem controller is maxxed..gots to be the RAM. Thats pretty good for some single sided Ballistix ..nothing like the double sided sets.

Double sided ftw.
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Double sided ftw.
yep, I killed 5 sets of the 2.2v single-sided this year. I have two sets of 2.2v double-sided and one set of 2.0v single sided left. Got real friendly with Crucial this year.

I laughed when they told me not to try and run the EPP settings.
    
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post #14 of 23
..have you tried baking them in the oven? ..it worked for my double sided sets..and I can reach timings I previously could not before I 'cooked' them

ie- max cas4 under 2.3v used to be ~920mhz..now runs cas4 into the 1000mhz range with less than 2.3v
post #15 of 23
I heard the other day that D9's can be froozen after higher voltage deaths and sometimes be brought back to life. Now cooking them to increase OC.

hmmmm


So, at what temp and cook time do you suggest to get the dough to rise and turn it's golden brown?
    
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post #16 of 23
Hehe' ..I put mine in a Pyrex dish, in the oven @ 400F for 10min..let cool. BAM..they were better than new. I did not bother with the 'freeze' as I thought the problem to be more with the solder points..a few others shared my view, and tried only cooling..all were successful.
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Makes sense. Gonna test them out of the freezer here soon. Then I'm probly going to be doing some baking.
    
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post #18 of 23
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LOL i just got back to this thread from yesterday to read about cooking your ram in the oven to get a higher oc.. you gotta love this forum, lmao.

so should i preheat the oven to 400* or is it okay to put the RAM in before the oven is fully preheated? haha (that's a serious question =)
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should i preheat the oven
.... ... I used Pre-heat..and popped them in when it was nice and warm.
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.... ... I used Pre-heat..and popped them in when it was nice and warm.
You can really put RAM in the oven? lol
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