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Old 27th November 2006, 13:03   #1
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Default High End DDR2 Memory Roundup - Corsair, OCZ, Mushkin, Team

For some people, fast just isn't fast enough. When you want to build a really high end system, you must search for the best memory out there. Today we take a look at 4 memory kits that are positioned at the upper end of the performance spectrum. Let's find out which kit comes out on top.

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Old 27th November 2006, 13:23   #2
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Very nice article; can hardly wait for the mid-range to come out for comparison.
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Nice round up man, usefull info in there

My 2*1GB TEAMPGROUP don't seem to overclock as well as yours Thorgal. At 3-3-3-8-3 I could not post @ 825MHz @ 2,45V.

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825 is still very nice
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Nice round up man, usefull info in there

My 2*1GB TEAMPGROUP don't seem to overclock as well as yours Thorgal. At 3-3-3-8-3 I could not post @ 825MHz @ 2,45V.
Only saw your post today, Geof. What Team Group kit did you get ?

I've got another team group kit here, the one that I bought myself, the 667Mhz "333" Micron kit, and it also does about 800Mhz cas 3. Haven't thoroughly tested it though, as the kit does much better on cas 4 (over a 1000Mhz, and still pushing).
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Teamgroup Xtreem Kit 2x1024MB DDR2-800 4-4-4-10 (D9)
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Teamgroup Xtreem Kit 2x1024MB DDR2-800 4-4-4-10 (D9)
My guess is these are only a different binning of the PC5300 "333" kits (the one I have). Did you test the max on cas 4 already ?
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No, not really, I have P5B Deluxe incomming, I shall test it as soon as I can. Got to instal a few Win Xp setup and still have to do some shopping so it might be for the end of next week.
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hhhmmm is it just me or dos my kit suck !
max c4 32m is atm 2.6vdimm @ 550mhz .
not really tight timmings but not loos to , not im on chipset 975X or is this normal for this chipset ?
now im testing C3
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Mine seem to pass 525MHz at CAS4 on 965 chipset, keeping in mind my previous results on C3 I should suspect there is more left in yours sticks Blind-ripper.
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