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GeIL DDR500 Ultra Series modules - 2x512Mb PC4000 2.5-4-4-7 2.8v

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GeIL already have these module ratings available, the previous versions were Hynix or TCCD chips, these new ones are neither of these and have produced some interesting results. As I understand they do not like VIA chipsets but work well on the nF4 version esp. DFI - see below.

Packaging is the good GeIL quality as for their Ultra-series modules - Solid, clear presentation packaging with foam inserts.

Test Systems used were as below:

CPU: A64 3000+
MB: DFI nF4 SLi-DR / 623-3 / Orange
HSF: XP-120 / Delta 3-blade
OS: Win2003 Server SP1 with updated patches
GPU: ATI X300

CPU: Opteron 146
MB: DFI nF4 SLi-DR Expert / 12-07 / Orange
HSF: VapoChill LS [AC]
OS: Win2003 Server SP1 with updated patches
GPU: 2x Leadtek 6600GT SLi

Results:

Initial boot - Stock Default settings - DDR400 2-4-4-7


They would not boot DDR400 2-2-2-5.

DDR400 | 2-3-2-6 | 2.65v | Pi8M


DDR510 | 2-3-3-6 | 3.05v | Pi32M


DDR520 | 2-3-3-6 | 3.05v | Memtest Err on SLI-DR MB

DDR520 | 2-3-3-6 | 3.05v | Pi32M - Expert


DDR570 | 2.5-4-4-7 | 3.05v | Pi32M - Expert MB


DDR580 | 2.5-4-4-7 | 3.05v | Pi32M


370x9 | 140 Divider - Expert MB
DDR512 | 2-3-3-6 | 3.05v | Pi32M


These modules may have DDR600 in them yet with some more time and extra timing tweaks and are worth considering.
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Nice
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WOW... I gather that may be the answer to the no longer available TCCD!
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They dont make TCCD chips or ram anymore?
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That is the same memory I use. I have run them up to 280 FSB with 2.9 vdimm. They seem to work well.
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That is the same memory I use. I have run them up to 280 FSB with 2.9 vdimm. They seem to work well.
You will need to check the Part Number... these modules with the Emperor Chips inside will have PNxxxx-SN6. These are new modules for 2006 and probably some of the last for DDR.

They are also very comparable to the TCCx modules hitting high speeds up to and in some case beyond DDR600 2.5-4-4-7 or up around DDR550 2-3-3-6/7
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