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Old 12-29-02, 12:16 AM Thread Starter   #1
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crucial 2100 @ 172


Well i started my new systema few days ago and i am running my crucial 2100 512mb of DDR at 172. have been up to 174 with out any problems. great ram from a great company.

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Old 12-29-02, 12:20 AM   #2
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push the voltage a little higher in steps and see how high you can really get that stuff
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Old 12-30-02, 05:46 PM   #3
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Re: crucial 2100 @ 172


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Well i started my new systema few days ago and i am running my crucial 2100 512mb of DDR at 172. have been up to 174 with out any problems. great ram from a great company.
That's cool. The highest I can get is 155fsb. Anything above that, I can't load windows.

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Old 12-31-02, 12:40 AM   #4
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Same here with that not loading windows prob. I run my 1800+ at 1.69GHz...thats the max i can get it with my crucial pc2100.
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Old 12-31-02, 02:04 AM Thread Starter   #5
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yeha iu think i will be able to go higher but then i will have to lower my mult b/c my processor won't go any higher. it needs more voltage and i have it maxed on what this board will let ,e do.

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Old 12-31-02, 10:32 AM   #6
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well at the moment mine is running at 182fsb!

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AMD 2400 @ 11 multi/182fsb
256 2100 dont know what brand?
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dats cuz u got the trusty xp2400.....not so lucky for us xp1800 users.....maybe ill upgrade soon....at least the ram.....would i be better set with 2700 or 3000 or 3200 if i wanna get a good oc?...or should i worry about a quicker mobo first?

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go with pc3200 if you can afford it - fsb's will only increase in the future and you would like to be able to work with it.........plus you get the headroom for O/Cing now............

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