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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
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    To Spread or not to Spread

    I've done both ways, really not any difference for me.
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    OCZ Perfomance PC3200 Rev3 Chip type?

    You're right disturbed6dws, but he's talking about the Performance Series and not the Platinum Series you are mentioning.
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    OCZ Perfomance PC3200 Rev3 Chip type?

    I think they are Infineon IC's. My 512 stick will go up to 245 2.5-3-3-7. Hope this helps. Matias.
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    OCZ 3200Platinuem rev 2 2x512MB

    I used this settings You can check the link at my sig too.
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    Homebuilt Acrylic Case Project

    very nice and clean case Congrats.
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    The UNOFFICIAL Happy Birthday Thread

    Happy Birthday ExtraPickles!!!!!!
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    Geil One Bh-5

    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
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    Geil One Bh-5

    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)
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    geil one

    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
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    geil one

    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.
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    Pick my memory...24hr decision

    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.
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    geil one

    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.
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    geil one

    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.