|jmke ||24th April 2003 09:38 |
[M]emory Roundup Q1 2003
RichBastard spend an awfull lot of timing behind his 2 new amd/intel systems testing out the latest memory that has hit the market, his findings can be read in this great article!
Read the article here
With NForce2 mobo's capable of FSB speeds far beyond 200mhz and Intel Canterwood (875P) boards reaching an insane 300mhz FSB, it might be a good idea to go shop for some new memory.
Madshrimps has tested 7 popular high speed memory sticks for you. Different Corsair, Twinmoss, Apacer and Samsung sticks were put to the test. Which one will be your next buy?
|the maniak ||24th April 2003 13:47 |
but i have to say that mine Apacer PC2700 goes 175 MHZ at max settings without extra vdimm
thats on a epox 8k5a2+ with KT333 chipset
|RichBa5tard ||24th April 2003 13:54 |
To test max fsb, vdimm was set to 2.8v :)
|jmke ||24th April 2003 13:58 |
3.0v might even push some of them higher =)
|RichBa5tard ||24th April 2003 14:02 |
Not many boards are capable of 3.0vdimm. Most popular go to 2.7~2.9v
|jmke ||24th April 2003 14:14 |
Do I hear the sissing of a solder iron?
|jakkerd ||24th April 2003 14:42 |
small question, what's the max 'safe' vdimm?
mot: kvaajt nice roundup :super:
|RichBa5tard ||24th April 2003 14:54 |
Corsair offers warranty up to 2.9vdimm if i'm not mistaken. I'd say that's a safe voltage.
|FreeStyler ||24th April 2003 17:03 |
You do have to keep the middle between heat production and signal integrity.
|jmke ||24th April 2003 17:35 |
use good memory cooling during benching =)
& you can easily push 3.2v+ through those DIMMs
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