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  1. Hey Shaolin!!!!! Nice rig you've got there man!!! Congrats. PD: I'm too busy right know with work & University. Glad to see you're OK
  2. I've done both ways, really not any difference for me.
  3. You're right disturbed6dws, but he's talking about the Performance Series and not the Platinum Series you are mentioning.
  4. I think they are Infineon IC's. My 512 stick will go up to 245 2.5-3-3-7. Hope this helps. Matias.
  5. I used this settings You can check the link at my sig too.
  6. Have you applied the burning-in method oliveryochest? It would be very nice to reduce voltage for my clocks. Please, can you post all your timmings? because i can run 3.2v at 250 according to memtest but could not finish spi32mb. Do you think this is due to timmings? Thanks in advance Matias
  7. I'm getting 250 1:1 @3.5v 2-2-2-5. Can't feed them more volts because the rail of my PSU goes up to 3.73v according to bios (don't have a DMM)
  8. What I can tell you right now is that TCCD at 310 is a little faster than BH-5 at 250. (In Sintetic Benchmarks). I don't like running 3.5v on my mem 24/7 for BH-5 at 250. I rather use 2.7v for TCCD at 310. TCCD BH-5
  9. Don't worry tytlyf, these are the not the sticks from my sig, they are the Geil One W kit I'm testing on my rig.
  10. I have both 2x512 OCZ platinum Ed.Rev2 (TCCD) & 2x512 Geil One W (BH-5) and they are 2 types of different IC's. The Geil modules will need (in my case +3.5v to reach +250FSB), so It's going to be very hard, or better, just impossible to hit 300 1:1, but they will run 2-2-2-5 timmings up to 250 (even 1.5-2-2-5). On the Other hand, my OCZ modules went up to 330x8 1:1 (2.5-4-3-7)@2.7v or 310x9 1:1 (2.5-4-3-8)@2.7v or 300x9 1:1 (2.5-3-3-6)@2.6v You have to decide wether you want Tight timmings + high DRAM voltage + lower FSB or Loose Timmings + low DRAM voltage + Higher FSB. If you are going to OC and you have a CPU with high multi's (11 and up) I'd go with BH-5 type of memory, but If you have low multi's on your CPU I would grab some TCCD memory. EDIT: Sorry, I thought you were talking about Geil One W not Geil One S. I'll get Geil or OCZ if I were you.
  11. Well, I just managed to get them at PC4000, but using 3.5v 2-2-2-5 timmings. The strange thing is that i can't get then to work at 245 using dividers. I can't get 260 either, was a no go using 3.6v. I can't feed them more volts, cause the rail on my PSU won't go over 3.76v according to bios.
  12. I'm right now testing again from scratch. Using [email protected] 200-E-1.5-2-5-2-7-14-2-2-1-2-3120-1-E-A-0-A-A-A-Fast-A-16-D-16-7-D Will post updates.
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