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Old 8th November 2004, 23:57   #1
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Default G.Skill PC3200-PC4400 Memory tested on A64 S939

The results and benchmarks speak volumes for the potential performance to be had with high HTT and memory speeds on a Socket 939 Athlon64 setup. I have no hesitation in recommending this memory to those users seeking the utmost in performance potential from their high end computing hardware!

http://www.madshrimps.be/gotoartik.php?articID=244
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Old 9th November 2004, 03:39   #2
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JNav89GT, very good article.

You must have spent hourS if not days to have gone thru in such detail .....

Glad to read your findings relative to increase voltage doesn't mean gurantee increase to speed ..... point of diminishing return.

Let's hope this Samsung chip is not the result of a by-product of an unintended mishaps.

Bottom line, nice work.
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Nice and fair enough!
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Onepagebook,

Nee How Ma!
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Hmm for G.SKILL PC4400(DDR5500) 2.5-4-4-4-8, PC3200 2-2-2-5 512M Kit (F1-3200DSU2-512LC) it is only $130 dollars. So how come we europeans would have had to pay $265 in that deal, when Americans only pay $130! Sorry not an arguement, just curious???
http://www.gskill.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=56

Interesting! Second thought, it ain't bad for me.
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ty lazyman and onepagebook
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Originally posted by lazyman
http://www.gskill.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=56

Interesting! Second thought, it ain't bad for me.
uhm.. 2x256mb vs 2x512mb..
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Old 9th November 2004, 22:53   #7
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pfff, the day after tommorrow (= 11/11/11 ), I have some reading to do.

I'm way behind on the articles in webnews
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Old 12th November 2004, 09:43   #8
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nice article!

just a small glitch in the memtest explanation
isn't memtest an Linux-based app(instead of DOS)?

website quote:
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The initial versions of the source files bootsect.S, setup.S, head.S and build.c are from the Linux 1.2.1 kernel and have been heavily modified.
also, the URL should be http://www.memtest86.com/

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nvm the URL thing, must be having some add/spyware
when I click the memtest86.org link I got a search page :s


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www.memtest86.com and www.memtest.org are do different applications

the .org was started after the 86.com was halted; seems they restarted development on that one also
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