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I just finished testing my memory on its new overclock. I got it to 2-2-2-5@2.9 volts. I tested it for 2 hours in MemTest86 with 0 errors, so I know it's stable. I couldn't believe that I got 0 errors. It's stock timings are 2.5-4-4-8

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overclock it
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overclock it
MORE?

Man you CRAZY!!! LOL.

No really, I am pretty satisfied right now. It increased my load times about an average of 1 to 30 seconds depending on the program/game so I am pretty happy.
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Those timmings will come down more have had mine running 2.2.2,4 1t at stock voltage with no errors. But over 230 mhz o/c timmings have to be loosened to 2.5,3,3,8 which is still fast > Best o/c using tracer was 270 mhz 2t at 2.9v
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crucial make some good ram, but your doing it an injustice if you dont run at least DDR440 speeds
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240mhz? thats it? im unhappy with my corsair ddr400 ram, cause i cant get it to 300mhz. 280mhz at 3-4-4-8 @ 2.9 is the most.
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For PC3200 rated TCCD 280MHz is v.good, I know of very few PC3200 rated TCCD that goes the whole hog to DDR600
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When I get home I am going to see if I can run it at stock voltage without any errors.
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decrease voltage one notch at a time, dont want to take it all the way back down and have to end up buggering around clearing the cmos
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