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02-20-06, 11:32 AM #1
Need some 265mhz+ ddr sticks for Intel rig.
I've got a P4C800-E Deluxe on the way..
I've got 2.4C here that I want to push to 3.2ghz (obviously mmmv, but its my goal)
I've got a Big Typhoon on the way.
Now i need some ram that'll do 267+ on the P4C800 that apparently is already got a vdroop mod.
Im kind of limited on the budget end. Maybe 140$ if I sell some other stuff....
I have zero experience with intel boards/cpu's so if this is a newbie question... Im sorry
Edit: It'd be sweet if it was 1gig (4 256 sticks or 2 512's, doesnt matter)Phanteks Eclipse P400S - i7 7700k @ TBD - Asrock Fatal1ty z270 - 32GB Corsair Vengence - EVGA Geforce 1070 GTX - 850 Pro 512GB - (2) 1 TB WD Black - Seasonic X750 - Dell 2407FPW + Dell U2412M
02-20-06, 12:06 PM #2
I was lookin at the "what memory should you buy" thread... and alot of the links dont work (most of them to newegg)...
I was going to try the Mushkin Blue line ram which is UTT ram... but that requires a lot of voltage to achieve high speeds.... my board will only go up to 2.8volts...
hmmmmmPhanteks Eclipse P400S - i7 7700k @ TBD - Asrock Fatal1ty z270 - 32GB Corsair Vengence - EVGA Geforce 1070 GTX - 850 Pro 512GB - (2) 1 TB WD Black - Seasonic X750 - Dell 2407FPW + Dell U2412M
02-20-06, 12:38 PM #3
Some TCCD/TCC5 or Hynix based stuff would probably be best for 1:1. Contact OCZSean b/c IIRC I've only heard of OCZ still using some Hynix variant for sure.
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02-20-06, 01:01 PM #4
I'd definitely go with 2x512 Hynix D50 based sticks for this platform. My first choice is OCZ EL Gold PC3700 Rev.3 (2.5-3-3-8) which has Brainpower 808 PCBs and D50-chips.
Winbond-memory shines on A64-rigs, but tight timings aren't essential for Intel-platforms.