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Old 28th July 2004, 20:54   #11
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can only test on Single Channel :/ but at low timings
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I was able to lift the side of the heatspreaders enough to discover Winbond BH-6 chips underneath on the 256Mb sample

will try to do the same trick on the 512Mb one, but seeing as it running stable at 220Mhz CL2 2-2-5 @ 2.85v I don't know if it necessary to confirm it
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512Mb stick is also BH-6
with 2.85v they top out between 220-225Mhz


offers some competition for Corsair XL, from GamePC review:

"you want stability at higher clock speeds, you'll have to loosen the timings on the modules. We could only get our 2-2-2-5 memory timings to be stable at DDR speeds up to 225 MHz, which is still quite impressive"

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testing done on P4 platform

Asus P4C800 + P4 2.4 "c"

would you be interested in seeing results on

DFI nForce2 infinity (high VDDR) + Mobile 2500+

and

MSI Neo nForce3 250gb + A64 3000+

?

I'll need to install XP from scratch for both test setup as I've never installed them yet, have them for over 2! months now.. just tells you how much time I got.. same reason I had to sell the Mach I unit.. no time :/

this reviewing does take away part of the original hobby of overclocking the same setup for several days on end. ah well.. off-topic brabbeling

AXP & A64 testing appreciated? This will push back the review to Monday. otherwise I'll have it done Saturday


I compare these sticks to Corsair PC3200 "Pro" (don't have XL, a real shame) and Corsair PC3200 XMS (BH-6)


difference between 256Mb/512Mb in real life games (used UT2003) is about 0.7fps . Took the most demanding map of all after testing each one. Botmatch on Serpentine
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Offcourse i'd love to see the results on the DFI and MSI but it's your time, your call
 
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