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Old 17th January 2005, 22:47   #1
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Default Ultra High Performance Memory Roundup A64 Socket 939

Socket 939 has established itself as THE gaming platform. To extract the utmost in performance from a 939 platform, some very good memory is needed. Today we are looking at 8 sets of memory modules which are based on Samsung´s TCCD chips. As many know, the TCCD chips are fast becoming legendary for their ability to clock to crazy levels with modest or even low voltages. Let's take a peak at how our provided samples behave in our test bed shall we!



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Old 17th January 2005, 22:54   #2
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btw Very Nice Article
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I first have to create the thread before I can link to it it's fixed now!

ps: calling this writeup "nice" is the understatement of the year 2005

great work JNAV!
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Old 17th January 2005, 23:01   #5
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hehe!
I'd say it felt similar to giving birth, that is doing this article. But my wife and all women who have given birth would probably kill me. Let's just say it was alot of work, that was enjoyable !
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I'm not sure, but giving birth is not really "enjoyable"
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GSkill close to 10.000Mb/s in Sisoft Sandra : http://xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=50407

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Another time consuming review ..... compressed 9-month pregnancy into a few weeks.

Good job! Time for me to getting some GSkill from Newegg.
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Old 18th January 2005, 00:54   #9
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Great article which answers many questions as to why some are hitting road blocks with their OCs.

Take me for example, running an Asus A8V, FX53 and Corsair PC3200XLPro (lights).
Stuck at 232mz on water, I ordered G.Skill LE and will receive it next tomorrow. 2 other people on the H are doing the same.

I just have to know the answer as to what is holding me back. If the memory doesn't help, at least I'll know it's my MB or an "unlucky" CPU.
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Nice article.
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