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Well the RAM I linked above is UCCT, I hear is the best in the 1GB module category. But some people I hear can get some awsome speeds out of it.
 

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UCCT, well that's a new one to me


Well i wouldn't put money on it but you never dude, they might just reach DDR600 speed's you never know.

Well, I'm considering picking up that kit with a 3700+ SD, So i'm prollly gona need at least 255mhz out of it. It should be able to do that, but the more, the better
 

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yes it is beastly RAM, i have it, and 2 gigs of it

How high does it clock?
 

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havent OC'ed it yet but im going to return it to get this
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145596

You're gonna return G. Skill to get Corsair?? I'd keep what you have, but then again, I'm not much of a fan of Corsair's DDR.
 

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I got ram similar to that this stuff to be exact and i currently have it at 236fsb 1:1 ratio at 2.5-3-3-5-1T with 2.7v in the bios and stable in memtest havent tryed for highter since i think my cpu is about maxed but im happy with it; and IMO pc4000 with 3-4-4-8 timmings i dont like, personal preference, since if the sticks dont clock up to there rated speed you have no room to loosen the timings to get to the rated speed or above.
 

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I have some on the away and will post some info when they come in on Feb 7.
 

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I got ram similar to that this stuff to be exact and i currently have it at 236fsb 1:1 ratio at 2.5-3-3-5-1T with 2.7v in the bios and stable in memtest havent tryed for highter since i think my cpu is about maxed but im happy with it; and IMO pc4000 with 3-4-4-8 timmings i dont like, personal preference, since if the sticks dont clock up to there rated speed you have no room to loosen the timings to get to the rated speed or above.

Im thinking of getting the G.skill also, its a great deal for $200. While I can see your idea about loosening clocks to get the speed advertised, if the ram DOESNT reach the speed advertised with those clocks, that is a valid reason for an RMA. As to the origonal question as to how high they clock, most reviewers are reaching 275ish regularly, with slightly less getting 285, and a select few even hitting 300fsb. This is what I plan on getting, and I Think you would be pretty well off going with it also.
 

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OCZ has a great overclocking 2G set for around the same price after a rebate...I would expect at least 270-280 with that gskill. You might have to loosen the timings for the speed, but in my mind, I will take high mhz all day long over tighter timings....I've just experienced some seriously rediculous memory benchmarks with my current memory at high mhz, over 8400 everest Read scores..

 

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OCZ has a great overclocking 2G set for around the same price after a rebate...I would expect at least 270-280 with that gskill. You might have to loosen the timings for the speed, but in my mind, I will take high mhz all day long over tighter timings....I've just experienced some seriously rediculous memory benchmarks with my current memory at high mhz, over 8400 everest Read scores..



Can you send me a link to the G.Skill memory your running. I'd love to run a 1:1 with 311 FSB.
 

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Can you send me a link to the G.Skill memory your running. I'd love to run a 1:1 with 311 FSB.

I would like to, but it seems newegg doesn't carry it anymore...it was $150, lol.
My memory is my secret weapon with benchmarks, etc...
Do a search for 1GBFX. I'm sure it's available at other sites..
 

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I would like to, but it seems newegg doesn't carry it anymore...it was $150, lol.
My memory is my secret weapon with benchmarks, etc...
Do a search for 1GBFX. I'm sure it's available at other sites..

I love my 1gb FX kit, so far I can push a 1:1 FSB of 265 stable so far, with 2.5-3-3-7 at 2.8V. Definelty worth the 150$ I spent for it.


G Skill is definetly producing some high quality, good overclocking ram.
 

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To bad I can't find a retailer in the US that still carrries it.

dont sell yourself short yet, gskill has a new set of memory with yellow heatspreaders that might have the same potential. It's almost too new to see how some of the sticks are doing, but I know gskill wont disappoint...give it a little more time, and I'm sure there will be an equivalent...I'm gonna go check out some of the sticks right now...
 

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I would like to, but it seems newegg doesn't carry it anymore...it was $150, lol.
My memory is my secret weapon with benchmarks, etc...
Do a search for 1GBFX. I'm sure it's available at other sites..

wow I just realized we have the same ram only problem with mine is its imcompatiblities with my bios right now.

I am not sure if this is the same but it sounded like it, TCCD!!!!!!

http://www.gskill.com/f1-3200dsu2fx.htm

Also I love what they say about this ram too

After launching several high frequency series, G.Skill announces the new FX series which guarantees to DDR400 2-2-2-5 specification. - so I guess if it doesnt I get to RMA
 
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