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Got a twin-1024 (trying for V1.1 (BH5)from Fry's - never mind)

Tried it for grins and 1 stick works almost exactly like BH5 - same relative volts got me equivalent 10-2-2-2 performance, up to 250 at 3.3V. :nod:

 

Just note of interest -wouldn't boot at TRAS :( :mad:

 

So there are some good CH-5 sticks out there!

 

If no for the voltage limitations on AMD64 boards, I would research this further. Looking at 3700EB?! Any relevant info who be helpful.

 

Thanks MikeE

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I have had similar experiences with a 512mb stick of Corsair 3200C2v2.2 (CH5). 250x10 2,2,2,11 without a hitch. Over 3vdimm CH5 tends to act like BH5...

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I got the same Buffalo CH-5 you recommended Bugeyes for $95 a stick @ newegg but now they don't even list it anymore. My friend has some BH-5 Adata that he doesn't want so I'm gonna see if he'll "give" it to me...LOL

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I am very interested in hearing how that EB does dreiu.

 

If you could do a mini review, with the max FSB at each given Vdimm setting, that would be really nice to see.

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Ive gotten my hyper-x 3200(CH-5) to 228 at 3.2v so far but im not sure that it will drop down to 11-2-2-2 but its better than on the asus i had. Last time i tried to tighten the timing up to 2-2-2 i hosed windows.

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CH5 here also.

 

Can run 232 prime stable for 24 hours at 2-2-2-5.

 

Currently testing at 245 but timings are so loose, I'm tripping over them.

 

Using EvilouS's I429-C18 BIOS.

 

Want 250....

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