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[FS][US] Mushkin DDR2 1066mhz 5-5-4-12 (D9GMH)

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  1. Xazax

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    Got 2 Sets(or 4GB) of these just peaking around to see if anyone would be interested in these.

    There are CONFIRMED Micron D9GMHs

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    Tested using an E2180/EVGA 680i/ 2x1GB Mushkin DDR2 @ 2.35v
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    Tested using an E6600 EVGA 780i/2x1GB Mushkin DDR2@2.5v
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    Price: $125 Shipped (US) via UPS Ground!

    Paypal accepted
     
    Last edited: Jun 28, 2008
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    If you're going to sell them, just put a price on them please.
     
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    @DD lol sorry i figured i keep the picture because my camera sucky at close ups and thats a perfect picture to confirm em.
     
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    Nice close up, my camera is the same way, dont know why. Awesome memory though.
     
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    It took so many tries to get that shot :laugh:
     
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    Bump!
     
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    Bump for good RAM, I have the 800MHz variant and they are rock solid and good overclockers.
     
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    would these perform/overclock better than OCZ PC2 8500?? (SLI EPP version)
     
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    Most OCZ sticks don't use Micron D9GMH, and those and GKX are the two IC's that scale extremely well with voltage. I had these at 1180 @ 2.35V. They are rated from 2.2-2.35V right on the label. Definitely OCing RAM.
     
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    Bizump!
     
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    Bump, these do DDR2 1250mhz, now does anyone want them :)
     
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    Price drop.
     
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    i'm interested, but i will be able 2 buy them only in 2/3 weeks time (i'm on holiday)
     
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    Who makes or what are GKX chips? And the price is even more phenomenal now. I wish I had the cash bud. Free Bump.
     
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    Micron makes both D9GMH and D9GKX. They are both extremely good IC's for memory and scale well with voltage. Some people prefer GKX, some people prefer GMH. They're just about comparable.
     
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    All i know is that these can do 1250mhz 5-4-4-12 :D, unfortunately the motherboard im using right now(EVGA 680i) does not support Speeds beyond 1066mhz for 4GB config. What a rip!
     
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    what do you think of 2x1gb PATRIOT CL4 LLK 800mhz (epp certified 1000mhz)+cash?
     
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    Offering the AMD64 X2 6400+ Black Edition in trade for both sets, clocks 100% stable at 3.44Ghz under 1.4V (stock) and 1.425-1.440 for 3490-3500 which are great OC's on air-cooling ... and i was able to bench at 3.6 with 1.52V (on water though, this one likes to run a lil bit hot)

    I'm really interested ... cause i'm hitting some walls with my actual RAM on the P45 board ... and i'll love to have some Micron D9's doing 1200Mhz for the E8400

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