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post #901 of 1980
I have my e6600 clocked at 3700mhz but having some issues with vmware i think i worked them out though. every 3rd day i will get 2 units done or should if my crash issue is fixed im pushing her up to 3800 to fold. Just worryied about the vcore its really close to 1.5.
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post #902 of 1980
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I have my e6600 clocked at 3700mhz but having some issues with vmware i think i worked them out though. every 3rd day i will get 2 units done or should if my crash issue is fixed im pushing her up to 3800 to fold. Just worryied about the vcore its really close to 1.5.
Be more worried about your RAM. Truuuust me
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post #903 of 1980
That's why I keep my RAM in check....

HEck, and trust me also, running a good DDR2 800 kit at DDR2 940 speeds actually is better than running the so-called high speed stuff at that speed. Like Franken, I burned several DDR2 1000/DDR2 1066 speeds, but this Crucial DDR2 800 is going strong for a couple of months now at DDR2 940 speeds.

Yeah, I burned one DDR2 800 kit...but that was my own bad (2.4V and near DDR2 1200 speeds.... LOL)
    
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post #904 of 1980
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That's why I keep my RAM in check....

HEck, and trust me also, running a good DDR2 800 kit at DDR2 940 speeds actually is better than running the so-called high speed stuff at that speed. Like Franken, I burned several DDR2 1000/DDR2 1066 speeds, but this Crucial DDR2 800 is going strong for a couple of months now at DDR2 940 speeds.

Yeah, I burned one DDR2 800 kit...but that was my own bad (2.4V and near DDR2 1200 speeds.... LOL)
(knock on wood...) My latest GSKill DDR2-1000 GBHZ's have been working for about three months at full speed (4-4-4-5 timings).

Only took three RMA's to find a good pair . GSkill should hire me as a QA manager.
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post #905 of 1980
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(knock on wood...) My latest GSKill DDR2-1000 GBHZ's have been working for about three months at full speed (4-4-4-5 timings).

Only took three RMA's to find a good pair . GSkill should hire me as a QA manager.

you and me both franken between the two of us we went through 8+ sets of gskill ram I RMA'd 5-6 times.
    
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post #906 of 1980
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(knock on wood...) My latest GSKill DDR2-1000 GBHZ's have been working for about three months at full speed (4-4-4-5 timings).

Only took three RMA's to find a good pair . GSkill should hire me as a QA manager.
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you and me both franken between the two of us we went through 8+ sets of gskill ram I RMA'd 5-6 times.
u guys r killing me!!! Had my mind set on that gskill 2x2gb ddr2-1000 set. Having second thoughts now.
post #907 of 1980
the G.skill is great ram, just running folding 24/7 puts an extreme amount of stress on Ram. If it's for a non-folding rig get the g.skill otherwise I'd go with crucial.
    
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post #908 of 1980
I love my Mushkin sticks and the Crucial Ballistix performs wells too.
post #909 of 1980
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u guys r killing me!!! Had my mind set on that gskill 2x2gb ddr2-1000 set. Having second thoughts now.
I've got the 2x2's in my gaming rig. They have been flawless.
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post #910 of 1980
My score so far is one kit of G.Skill DDR2 1000, two kits of Crucial Ballistix DDR2 1000 and two kits of Crucial Ballistix DDR2 800. Five kits so far. All in the folding rig of course. Currently, a kit of Ballistix DDR2 800 is running solid at DDR2 940 speeds and timings of 4-4-4-12 (borrowing Franken's wood to knock on).

All of this is excellent RAM, but RAM simply gets a beating like nothing else when folding. Folding 24/7 basically requires you to have a backup kit of RAM at hand.
    
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