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FS patriot extreme 2x1 gb ddr800 pc6400 ram memory

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by tvdang7, Jul 14, 2007.

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    selling patriot ram ive had for a few days gonna just stick with my cheapo super talent.

    patriot extreme series 2x1gb ddr800

    didnt overclock since im running 7 x400 on stock cooling but known to hit almost 1000 mhz.
    lifetime warranty.

    asking for 90 shipped going for 135 on newegg.

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    That's DDR2, isn't it? Didn't see it listed...
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    bump price drop
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    why are you selling it?:confused:
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    thats 90f not 90c :laugh: trust me if it came anywhere near to 90c it would have died an awful death a long time ago
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    It's not 90f either. Core Temp's reading is just wrong in this case.


    EDIT: @tvdang - Your sys specs say you have a 3200+, but the screen is of a Core 2. Did you forget to update your specs, or post the wrong pic?
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    no it is C look at the core temp program on the left, tried on 2 diff boards and reseated a million times.
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    Core temp is just wrong. It's not always accurate.
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    u think so? ive asked people on XS and AT and they all say trust core temp. im thinking its wrong since my computer hasnt crashes yet. and was priming stable. but who knows .
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    use intel tat ;)
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    core2's can't go over 70C. It's just a bad reading from Coretemp
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    Put your hand down around there and check. You'd know if it got that hot or not.
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    nope its not that hot. my hardrives feel hotter........but they run at 70C yes you heard right lol

    price drop
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    Man, that's hot. Where are you at, Death Valley?
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    houston ac on all the time i just have bad luck
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    Do you got case fans ??

    By the look at that pic I say your load is in the range from 55-60c on the cores;)

    Also update your specs.

    What ASUS mobo do you have ?
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    If those drives are really at 70C all the time they will die. Those Hitachi drives are based on the old IBM Deskstar (aka Deathstar) drives which died from getting too hot.

    Free bump for the cause!!!
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    its not the one in my sig my sig is like 2 years old.
    i have wester digital cavier or soemthing like that known to get hot according to newegg reviews
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    I'd still be worried :(
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