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Old 25th April 2003, 18:06   #21
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Old 29th April 2003, 08:54   #23
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One major error: it's twinmoS and not twinmoSS!!

This difference is important because twinmoSS memory is fake and bad memory.
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darn major error |-)
will try to fix it tonight

thanks for pointing this out!
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Old 29th April 2003, 10:09   #25
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darn major error |-)
will try to fix it tonight

thanks for pointing this out!
while I was correcting it, I saw you posted this. Hope you don't mind I finished it.
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Corrected ? How? it is in the images
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Old 29th April 2003, 10:13   #27
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I have 2x 256mb Twinmos PC3200 cas2,5 - 50B's for my new system , is it possibel that these run @ 333mhz but with cas2 and other timings at max?
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that depends, some memory modules just don't like certain strict timings

but 333Mhz would be underclocking your ram, so it is possible that they run fine @ CAS2 2-5-2 at PC2700 speeds.
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Corrected ? How? it is in the images
In the text there was also written Twinmss everywhere....
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I have 2x 256mb Twinmos PC3200 cas2,5 - 50B's for my new system , is it possibel that these run @ 333mhz but with cas2 and other timings at max?
Mine run @ 215 fsb @6-3-3 cas 2

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