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the cheap ddr2 thread! ($68 kingston 1gb ddr2 667, $130 2gb super tallent 667)

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wa77ss

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Ill post some official results in a little while, but for now Ill just say that I have some 68$ Kingston doing 900MHz! :attn: ;)
 

inkfx

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WaTTz said:
Ill post some official results in a little while, but for now Ill just say that I have some 68$ Kingston doing 900MHz! :attn: ;)
I'm wanting very much to see your results. For $68 that's amazing!
 

wa77ss

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Heres mine on P965 Asus Deluxe ;)

IC = ?


950MHz 5-5-5-15 2.0v


4-4-4? Your next :)


Not bad for some 140$
 

Evilsizer

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*edit*
nvm seems i could be wrong, imma look a bit more, hope i can find out........
 

Evilsizer

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hey wattz try 2.1 or 2.2v at that speed and see if you can get 4-4-4-12/16 stable.
 

d94

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just got mine in..
dscf2906up2.jpg

results soon.
 

AlabamaCajun

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Ah, yes the sweetness of DDR2. They seem to have higher bandwidth on cheap sticks, you just have to figure out how to make them haul. My PQIs perform CL4 up to 680 on 1.8V but I've not tried going further.

Those Kingston's are phat chips, Nice!
 

d94

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some initial results- i run my chip @ 317fsb (max stable in shuttle)
so here's 1:1 @ 1.9v and 4:5 @ 2.0v
317mhz4441219ko5.jpg

397mhz4441220uv1.jpg

next up, 3-3-3-8 :D