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Mushkin XP4000

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  1. //mAr New Member

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    After the success of the old "BH-5" PC3500 LVL2, Mushkin tries to continue the success story with the new Redline XP4000. They select the best Winbond UTT CH-5 and use them on these modules to have a big clearance above the specifications. The modules offer 250 MHz with tightest timings of 2-2-2, but require active cooling. We test these sticks at up to 3.5V and see how far they go.

    To read this review go to: https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Mushkin/XP4000/
     
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    if you want to buy this ram ... try coupon code ROJAK ...
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    Nice Review...

    Hmmmm 250 2-2-2-5 @ 3.1V that's nice for sure...the OCZ VX often need 3.3V to reach that performance...
    But I got a question nonetheless...
    Is it really necessary to actively cool them @ 3.1V already? Most people start to cool if they want to go higher than 3.2V-3.3V...
     
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    first thank you. mushkin says active cooling is required so... i think with 3.0 3.1v you don't need cooling... airflow is enough i think.

    maybe we get some ocz vx 4000 to test :)

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    Nice review, thats some sweet ram. Hows the best way to mount a cooling fan in this case?

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