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the_donger

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just picked up this sucker the other day. i have ran prime and folding at the same time and not one crash. gonna up it alittle later tonight and see how much more i can get from it.
 

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Surfeit00

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DaveB said:
Pretty decent, but I'm sure it won't run Prime95 at that speed. In my experience with Intel chips, you'll have to back off to beween 3.7 and 3.8 GHz to run stable. Post some CPUz pics with Prime95 in the background to show it's actually running stable at that speed.

I agree, unless you have a chiller, I doubt your 3.9 Ghz stable.
 

Derivative

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May 6, 2003
says vapochill in his sig :)

and how are you getting 2-2-2-5 on the hyperx 3500? i thought it only came in ch5 flavor and could do only 2-3-2-5?
 

pkrew

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Derivative said:
says vapochill in his sig :)

and how are you getting 2-2-2-5 on the hyperx 3500? i thought it only came in ch5 flavor and could do only 2-3-2-5?

There is some bh-5 pc3500 out there although I'm not sure there's any left. Mine is bh-5 and runs stable at 247 with tight timmings. Pretty good ram IMHO if you can find any. I doubt he has his a 1/1 though.
 

Staccato9

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I have hyperx pc3500 and it can do 2-2-2-5 up to about 220 fsb. Which is good enough for me since I just use a divider and run at a little lower frequencies with tighter timings.