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Old 8th November 2003, 12:02   #1
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lo,

What topic says, whats best ram at this moment for a AMD rig wanting to run 23x+ fsb


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can higher voltage (let's say 3.0) decrease stability in a well ventilated and perfectly cooled case?
I'm not talking of premature death, but simply, is it possible for a setup stable @ 235 fsb to become instable when you up the voltage from 2.85 to 3.0?
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Old 8th November 2003, 14:08   #3
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DDR ram doesn't get that hot...

I allready used ddr @ 3.15 Volt, and it didn't get very warmer then stock volts...
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Old 8th November 2003, 20:40   #5
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twinmos pc3200 -> 23x MHz on 2.77v 2.5-3-3-8
 
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Talking 'bout Timings Cas2 11-3/2-3/2
 
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Talking 'bout Timings Cas2 11-3/2-3/2
Than you need bh5 or ch5
If you get lucky your bh5 does 230 @ 2-11-2-2 (2.9v)
 
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The hynix chips i've encountered did pretty high on stock voltage. I had 2 Apacer 512mb PC3200 sticks (hynix chips) that did 224mhz at 2.5v primestable.


Whether high voltage kills depends on the chips used. Winbond BH-5 will last for years on 3.2V.
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btw can CH5 chips handle as much voltage as his older brother (BH5) ?
 
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