Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by Zebbo, Oct 28, 2005.
Okay what do I do after I put all my info in after clicking on the link? Do I need a passport code?
Set up your Passport account, fill out the info, name, address all that stuff
Click on warranty/ Priority Support request
then just follow along.
When finished you'll get a confirmation email, then later you'll get another email with shipping instructions.
Okay yeah I figured it out lol. Alright cool thanks again.
So when should I start worrying about the second attempt at my rebate? Three more months and it will be a year...
Rebates are usually handled by another company, not the actual manufacturer....MIR's are always the worst and to be honest, should be avoided even if it means paying $10 more for something. :shadedshu
Is it normal for mushkin to not get back to you about an RMA for a few days?
The RMA dept. is very small, sometimes it can take a little bit before you get the second email.
I just got an email saying they shipped a set back to me
Second email? I haven't gotten a first email yet. (Unless you're counting your posts here.)
MushkinSean looking for some good memory like the red lines (http://http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16820226050) but for amd 955be ? Maybe somthing new might be coming thanks
i was useing corsair 2x2gb 8500 can only run at 800 had nothing but problems but then got some Mushkin 2x2gb 8500 996619 running those at 1066 runs real good i love my Mushkins.
Most people are getting good results using the 996601 or the 996657 with AM3.
The low voltage sticks (triple kits) designed for i7 are problematic on AM3.
Since UTT never worked that good with Intel chipsets I would recommend TCCD for you if you can't get your hands into any good old BH-5. Also both Redline HP3200 and Redline XP4000 has gone EOL and we don't manufacture them anymore.
In my opinion TCCD is your best bet if you can't get BH-5.
I have a set of ascents 1066, early batch. Already had them over 1100 24/7 stable at 2.0v, so I think they may be capable of 1200mhz. I'm upgrading to a p5q-pro motherboard flashed with Ket's mod bios, and an e8400 cpu. Coming from amd stuff, I've never tweaked sub-timings before, any recommendations?
Check you PM, I put a full set of timings there for you.
Hi Sean I was wondering if you knew of any etailers that had this spacific kit still in stock
i have that set and absolutely love the XMB profile for 1600 makes it super easy to work with on evga boards....and i finally decided its time for 12GB the problem is i dont want to mix and match and i dont want to go out and buy 12GB worth of new ram.
They are just out of stock at the egg, they should have more in a couple of days.
really? they said it was deativated...but if their getting more than wooohooo!!! thanks a bunch!
The kit is not deactivated, just ran out of stock.
Newegg's system marks the item as deactivated until they get stock in again, it's weird, but happens all the time.
The account manager assures me that more on on the way.
I have an ASUS P6T deluxe V2 Board Intel 920 CPU, I am looking to upgrade my Memory to a top of the line memory. I will need 6 gig 3 two gig sticks with tight timings. A recommendation of what memory you tech reps would recommend?
I would go for the 998691 Redlines, 6-7-6-18 1T @ DDR3-1600, and they usually overclock nicely.
Let me know if you need settings to get you going.
I just ordered the following mushkin Redline 6GB (3 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model 998692 - Retail
I am assuming it is the same as 998691 and will work in my my ASUS P6T Deluxe V2
The only difference between the two kits is the heat spreaders, they will work great in your P6T Deluxe
Ok thanks for settings I will see how they work when I get the memory right now I run a 3.7 GHZ and 1480 MHz that is what the board sets when I put in the BCLK 0f 185 and the CPO Multi of 20 CPU Voltage of 1.20 Dram 1.64 QPI/Dram at 1.21250 and I have my current dram timings at Auto
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