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Old 15th January 2003, 15:49   #1
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Default twinmoss PC2700 with m-tec chips?

I've bought two cheap twinmoss PC2700 256mb @forcom today to replace my expensive corsair xms 3200 sticks.

I've heard of well overclocking twinmoss w/ samsung chips, and awesome overclocking with twinmoss w/ winbond, but i haven't seen m.tec chips yet.


I suppose they're not good... has anyone tried to oc them yet?

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Old 15th January 2003, 15:53   #2
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pc 2100 CL 2.5 here

even doesn't do FSB 160@ max timings uke:
with most relaxed timings they go up to 187 FSB stable
 
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mtec chips? 187 relaxed timins is superb for PC2100.

Can you give me the chip markings?
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Old 15th January 2003, 16:27   #4
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Mtec chips are in my opinion the worst you can get

Had me a couple 2100 and couldn't OC at all
133>143 was a max at very very lax timings
 
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Crap.... oh well, they're still cheap and 166Mhz isn't that bad.
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I just found out A-data PC3200 ram uses exact the same m.tec chips (TTD7608F8E60B), so there might me a good chance this will run at 200Mhz after all.

They are rated 6ns though (166mhz), so i'm not really sure.
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mtec chips? 187 relaxed timins is superb for PC2100.

Can you give me the chip markings?
 
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Very hard to read, but it's a different chip.
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Elexir chips are the worst.
they hardly even function at their default speeds.
 
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Elexir chips are the worst.
they hardly even function at their default speeds.
lol

working at stock speeds would be nice. I'll test these m.tecs this weekend.
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