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Old 9th January 2004, 00:24   #41
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Old 9th January 2004, 06:54   #42
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Old 9th January 2004, 10:57   #43
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what is so special of a 50B chip??
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Old 9th January 2004, 21:56   #45
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Guys do you know that 11-2-2-2 ISN'T the fastest timings on nForce boards

I've found THE FASTEST - it's 12-2-1-2 :spank: ... if your RAM can handle this.

I ve got Kingstone PC2700 (Winbond BH6) and I've run Memory Bandwith test in Sandra 2004 at FSB 190 (my Epox 8RDA+ isn't able to go further) with this timings.

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What's the gain then? Compared with 2-2-2-12...
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I'm selling the setup (mobo+cpu+ram '50b') used in this review. Interested ? mail me

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I've found THE FASTEST - it's 12-2-1-2 :spank: ... if your RAM can handle this.

Well, is that prime stable ? and we're talking about 200 Mhz ram, as this is used in most configurations nowadays.

Wel, cas 1.5 is also faster, but not really supported, so...

i'm sure that He BH5 will run the timings you mentioned, but of course, with a little voltage increase
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Guys do you know that 11-2-2-2 ISN'T the fastest timings on nForce boards
it was in the timings tested, timings which are supported officialy by the BH-5 memory chips
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Well, is that prime stable ? and we're talking about 200 Mhz ram, as this is used in most configurations nowadays.

Wel, cas 1.5 is also faster, but not really supported, so...

i'm sure that He BH5 will run the timings you mentioned, but of course, with a little voltage increase [/b]

It's only an information - i don't think you could use these timings at FSB over 200MHz without loosing stability. I'm running now FSB188 (i repeat i'm mobo limited) with 12-2-1-2 and in 3DMarks and games everything is fine. As for the prime - i don't use it as a memory tester. If everything runs fine why bother ??
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The post above is mine - i don't know why it shows ''unregistered'' :grin:
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