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Ocz Pc 3700

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fhanderson

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Jan 14, 2003
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Parma, OH
I'm putting together an upgrade for my Photoshop workstation. I have a 2.8 D1 P4 and an Abit IS7 motherboard. Currently the setup is running at 235fsb with DDR 400 set 5/4. It has run prime for 72hrs. at 1.55V. I just purchased 2G of PC3700. It was clearanced and I got 2G for $360. Can someone tell me what to expect from this memory, it doesn't have to be cutting edge but I do need a lot. I just went to newegg's website and evidently it is all sold, I couln't find a link. This is from my order form, not much info. DDRAM 1024M 512X2|OCZ PC3700 466M C3 1.75V
 

mrspec3

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Can't understand your post.....but if you bought 2GB of OCZpc3700 you should be fine with it. Running 4 sticks over 2 will lower the highest overclock you can get but there should be no problems running that ram at 235Mhz 1:1

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fhanderson

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Parma, OH
Thanks for your reply, that's about what I wanted to hear. I'm not that familiar with OCZ memory. With the price of this memory being so low, I was concerned about it running at or slightly higher than the rated speed. I'm not too concerned about squeezing every last mhz from this system, stability is more important.
 

SeanOMatic

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Feb 12, 2003
OCZ RAM is the best! :D

Let me know if you need any assistance or PM me if you have any questions. For your system I am sure that DDR will be just fine, after reading your post.