Originally Posted by Checkered
I'm looking to upgrade my Kingston HyperX to a more capable ram.
I have been searching for three days now and I still have some unanswered questions, and don't know which ram I need.
I see that most high end PC4000 can run 2-2-2-X timing at high voltages, but my mobo only support a max of 2.8V, so is it possible to under-clock the PC4000 to around 220MHz (DDR440) @2.8v while still running 2-2-2-x timing? If so, Who has done it? Link?
The other end of the table is the PC3500, that can run 2-2-2-x at 2.8v, but I'm afraid it won't be able to run anything higher then that while still keeping timing at 2-2-2-x. Who knows of any PC3500 that are able to run 2-2-2-x @2.8V around 220MHz-230MHz
Lastly, can anyone recommend a ram that meets the following specs:
1GB x2 or 512MB x2
DDR 184pin DIMM
2-2-2-x @ 2.8v
Capable of PC3700 speeds
Cost is not an issue.
I have in one of my systmes OCZ EL DDR PC-3200 Dual Channel Platinum Rev 2
which is running at 215MHz 2-2-2-5.
It's only another 5MHz to 220. If it couldn't do it at 2-2-2-5 I'm sure I would at 2-2-2-6.