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Zebbo

Mushkin Tech Rep
Joined
Jun 5, 2004
Location
End of the Redline
RedDragonXXX said:
How's that?

UTT-CH's are no longer in production :shrug: and I was aware that you guys switched XP redlines from UTT to TCC5.

That's correct that UTT-CH is no longer in production, that's why all the Redline 1GB kits went to EOL. We never switched anything from the Redlines to TCC5.

Regular XP3200 and XP4400 are using TCCD. There's also two older batches available, very first these kits shipped with TCCD, but was changed to TCC5 and now they are again TCCD.

XP3200 - TCCD/TCC5
XP4400 - TCCD/TCC5

HP3200 Redline - UTT-CH
XP3500 Redline - UTT-CH
XP4000 Redline - UTT CH

:cool:
 

Krome

Member
Joined
Jun 17, 2001
Location
The Lone Star State
Pretty cool that that Corsair "Value Select" that I just ordered uses the same Infineon [BE-5] chips that the Mushkin Hi-Perf Blue, and OCZ 3200 Platinum Edition use.

Should I expect the same performance?
 
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RedDragonXXX

RedDragonXXX

Senior RAM Pornographer
Joined
Mar 3, 2005
Location
Jacksonville, FL
Krome said:
Pretty cool that that Corsair "Value Select" that I just ordered uses the same Infineon [BE-5] chips that the Mushkin Hi-Perf Blue, and OCZ 3200 Platinum Edition use.

Should I expect the same performance?


No, Infenion IC's are the most unpredictable stuff that you can find when it comes to OC'ing because they come up with different revisions regularly and they all scale differently.
 

[email protected]

Inactive Moderator
Joined
Sep 27, 2003
Krome said:
Pretty cool that that Corsair "Value Select" that I just ordered uses the same Infineon [BE-5] chips that the Mushkin Hi-Perf Blue, and OCZ 3200 Platinum Edition use.

Should I expect the same performance?
Let us know how they do. I've never heard of BE-5 chips, though...
 

Janus67

Benching Team Leader
Joined
May 29, 2005
the g.skill PC4000 2x1gb are listed as ...HS, they need to say ... HZ
 
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RedDragonXXX

RedDragonXXX

Senior RAM Pornographer
Joined
Mar 3, 2005
Location
Jacksonville, FL
Yea that's me ;)

NM, fixed it for you. I put this girl I know from MySpace, hope you like it :D

Now it's your turn!
 
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jcw122

Member
Joined
Jun 25, 2004
Excellent compilation, this is RIDICULOUSLY USEFUL! Before we had this I was SOOO lost when it came to what memory had what, and it was hard to find out too.
 

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Inactive Moderator
Joined
Sep 27, 2003
jcw122 said:
Excellent compilation, this is RIDICULOUSLY USEFUL! Before we had this I was SOOO lost when it came to what memory had what, and it was hard to find out too.
Ya, I've used this thread at least 10 times... :D