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Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by mrw1986, Oct 6, 2008.

  1. mrw1986

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    Whoa those look bad ass! 1.8v with cl4 sounds wicked!
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    I can't wait :) I wanna try to get CL3 from them at DDR2-800, much like the ADATA Vitesta Extreme that nflesher just reviewed. Those sticks did it at 2.2v, I'm aiming for much less.
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    CDdude55 Crazy 4 TPU!!!

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    I like my OCZ Gold XTC's:rockout:

    DDR2 800 at 1.8v. (got 4GB installed but Windows only sees 2GB.)
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    those are some sexy sticks ya got there.

    my first pair of budget a-data did 800mhz cl4 at like 2.0v i think. I usually had 'em running 1000mhz 4-4-4-12 at 2.3v
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    JC316 Knows what makes you tick

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    Nice. I use G.skill DDR2 800MHZ ram and it's very nice. Had it to 900MHZ on 1.8V stable.
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    Very nice ram, mrw
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    panchoman Sold my stars!

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    hmmm nice stuff right there.. im guessing these still are double sided micron d9's?
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    Damn, I wish they had the Black ones when I bought mine. I got the Silver 1100MHz sticks, they run at 800MHz CL4@1.8v, but they definitely don't do CL3. They won't do 800MHz CL3 at any voltage up to 2.4v. I'm guessing these are the same stick as mine with a different heatspreader.
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    That is cheap, I have 2x2GB of the PC8800 Pi.

    I paid double what you paid for the PC6400.

    It was worth it though.
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    Looks very nice. I am a huge fan of Gskill. I might wanna get some new 2 x 2gb sticks soon, but unfortunately those heatspeaders won't fit under my AF64pro.
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    just ordered a pair, thanks for the post mrw1986.
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    Wow I've been looking at the two other sets they have which are 1.9 - 2.0 at CL5 for about the same price. Let us know how these things clock! I might have to pick them up...
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    That is some nice stuff...I'm gonna watch and see how well they OC...I'm sure they'll hit 1000 CL5. Nice find mrw!
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    I love g-skill ram. I have a set and they run nicely at 1066 @ 2v. I reckon those ones there are even better. CL3 @ 800 would be very quick indeed.

    Nice buy
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    Thank you guys! Always a pleasure to help my fellow TPU'ers and TF'ers!
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    They're in! Waiting for camera to charge, 90% sure I'm going to review them and put it on TechFuzion.
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    What voltage does 1200Mhz take? I was eyeing those sticks up.

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