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DDR Maximizer V.1.2

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  1. chron New Member

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    I think its amazing what you have done and your contribution to the overclocking community has clearly been a great one.

    I literally just heard about this invention a few minutes ago and not once before. This thing needs more advertising. Have you pitched this to companies like OCZ or G.Skill? You could really clean up!

    Have you posted step by step photo instructions with "before and after" results? I'm sure that will get some units out the door. Also, have you broken any records with ram speed? It seems to me that this nice little invention would help push some already high class ram past anything anyone's been able to accomplish.

    Finally, what is your response to the poster who said people who have ordered these havn't recieved them?
     
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    DDR Maximizer is now shelling Worldwide so don't pay any attention to any crap you hear......:)

    http://www.hipro-tech.com/

    http://www.hipro-tech.com/resellers.html

    http://www.cooling-masters.com/articles-40-0.html
     
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    wow truly........ no word describes it although these smile might :rockout: :) :) :) :) :) :rockout:
     
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    Bullshit, the market for it is small. for the price you could indeed buy faster RAM instead which would make this useless for average Joe. I'm not doubting that it works as advertised and might do "wonders" for RAM, though if you buy 2 GB of DDR2-1000 you're set back 300$ (Newegg), this thing costs ~200$, add the costs of the RAM you're overvolting to that and think of the better choice. So unless you want some 500+ MHz FSB running 1:1 I'd say no thanks.
    I'm truly happy that the maker is one of the BEST voltmodders and electrical engineers, a great guy and even very friendly, it doesn't affect the issue at all though. No domination here.
     
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    Its a one time purchase. ;D It could last you from now until ddr6 is released for all we know.
     
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    Yea its like he said, it truly is an investment. It helps protect your ram by giving it good steady power and on top of that it supports DDR3! I mean, when the hell are we gonna see DDR3? Like 2010? And even then DDR3 should be arround another 8 years at least. Judging by the pattern, I think DDR3 will actually require less voltage than ddr2, which makes the max voltage of 3v sound all the better.

    I will eventually buy one of these after I graduate and get a job. I want to someday watercool some of the fastest ram on the market at the time, and push it to the limit with this thing ;P
     
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    edit: i removed the rest of the content here because the post makes little to no sence without what dan removed, sorry i guess dissagreeing with a mod isnt allowed.
     
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    Nice one Hipro, I'm glad you made it to production! I remember first reading about the prototype and wanting one. Perhaps i will get one sometime soon, but for now i need money for other things :(

    Keep up the good work!
     
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    sell blood :p

    sell a kidnie ;)



    oh and note i never said eather had to be yours ;)
     
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    Warranty is void if:
    -Device has been used for any purpose other than its design intent

    So no sexy robot women?

    What the hell else could someone use this for? lol
     
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    This is some hardcore hardware. Not meant for the average user and average computer.


    If I could afford it I would have one to push 3ish volts to my OCZ. It sucks that my board limits me to 2.85vdimm and if I go off the 3.3v line I get fluctuation under load. So short of me building a complex circuit myself this is the way to go.
     
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    pesky brothers.




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