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|9th June 2005, 13:12||#13|
I have "old" CH-5 (not UTT that is) that clocks @ 245 MHz 2-2-2-5 at 3,2V. Not bad I think. But BH-5 should do better... So I'm interested.
But how about warranty??
|10th June 2005, 12:54||#19|
But I doubt the PC would crash.
I don't know if I'm going to buy this memory. I have my doubts because I'm afraid to use the 5V-jumper on my DFI nF4. I've seen many owners of the DFI nF4 that have dead memory modules now. The bord is somehow killing the memory when using Vmem above 3,3V :grum:
|10th June 2005, 14:49||#20|
Join Date: Jan 2004
my single stick of bh5 does firstname.lastname@example.orgV but my other won't
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