Posted 22 February 2006 - 04:40 PM
Okay, then you could just use the search function yourself and type in "vdimm mod".
Do you know if OCZ is still using the Hynix DT-D5 chips on those sticks?
If so, then that is the question. Whether those might give you more of what you'd
be looking for and using on your NF2 MB?
I've used some DT-D5 based sticks on my UI board before, which you might be
aware of. I used them for quite awhile and tried numerous BIOSes and configs
in order to get more of an OC out of them. I seemed to have difficulty with getting
them to run with higher and more aggressive FSBs/settings, which I wanted.
However, there's been some BIOSes since then that I would have tried with them,
but I no longer have those sticks (as I sold them). It's possible that someone else
might have better results with those type of sticks than I did, but I did try just
about everything I could think of and in order to get more out of them than I did.
I have had much better results with the original BH-5 sticks I have now, than I did
with the DT-D5 sticks. I have also seen a few others who appear to have gotten
great results with DT-D43 sticks (possibly AT-D43, BT-D43 and CT-D43 also). The
question might be with those, are they going to be different enough from DT-D5
dies and revisions that those would be easier to use on these NF2 MBs, or is it
merely a matter of trying something out that I may have missed?
I guess that's less of an answer than you would be looking for, possibly. Probably?
If you're interested, you might just need to get some and try them out. Of course,
that's up to you. I, personally, wouldn't give up my Winbond sticks for them. It
just depends on what you want to do and if you want to mess around with some
other variety of RAM, if you're getting bored with what you've got and/or want to
try something new out and etc.