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is anyone hearing BH-6 modules on the UT board? Just wondering what some of the results are with them. I really don't want to have buy new ram unless I need to. If I can get by with these than that would be great. I know, I should be testing myself however I don't have everything yet. Just curious what others are getting.

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Originally posted by cantankerous

is anyone hearing BH-6 modules on the UT board? Just wondering what some of the results are with them. I really don't want to have buy new ram unless I need to. If I can get by with these than that would be great. I know, I should be testing myself however I don't have everything yet. Just curious what others are getting.

 

well, for me, BH-6 and teh UT is great. for bh-6 to really thrive, it need Vdimm, and alot of it. at least 3.3v, or more.

 

with a 3.3vrail mod, the DFI UT can get at least 3.6vdimm, no problems, and if your PSU can handle it, you can get even more.

 

i can get up to 250-255mhz stable with most of my bh-6 at 3.55-3.6 vdimm, at 2-2-2-6-9-12.

 

i have two good sticks though, that will do [email protected], at 2-2-2-6-9-12...

 

read over this

 

http://www.ocforums.com/showpost.php?p=3088226&postcount=3

 

i would say, on average, with bh-6, at 3.5vdimm, you should get 240-255mhz, at 2-2-2-5/6....

 

-Jess-

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wow 3.5vdimm is a lot. I dont think my antec psu gives much over 3.3 or so. I was hoping to get 239 2-2-2-10 at 3.2v. Guess that isn't going to happen eh?

 

Thanks for the respones though. Who makes your BH-6 sticks? Are they 2 X 256 or 2 X 512?

 

I would love to get a booster but not sure how it will run with 2 X 512mb sticks.

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Originally posted by cantankerous

wow 3.5vdimm is a lot. I dont think my antec psu gives much over 3.3 or so. I was hoping to get 239 2-2-2-10 at 3.2v. Guess that isn't going to happen eh?

 

Thanks for the respones though. Who makes your BH-6 sticks? Are they 2 X 256 or 2 X 512?

 

I would love to get a booster but not sure how it will run with 2 X 512mb sticks.

 

well, i have some 512's and some 256's. the ones that do 265 are 2x512. they are all mushkin pc3200 222 specail.

 

well, getting 239 at 3.2 is possible, but unlikely.

 

as for your PSU, with the proper mods, it will do at lest [email protected]

 

-Jess-

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im wondering... raising your 3.3v rail may be good for your ram but wont that do harm to other components on the board? Anything over 3.45 is way over spec.

 

I have an antec TC 550w with the 3.3v pot maxxed. Not sure what it is going at now though as software is horribly unreliable and I can't test the system with it not plugged in to see what im getting while its running.

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Originally posted by cantankerous

I have 2 X 512mb... wonder if there will be much difference.

 

thanks for the info however hallmar.

 

If his sticks are single sided they should and will OC higher than your double sider 512mb sticks. Matter of fact even if his 256 are double sided they should still OC better than double sided 512's.

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Mushkin 2-2-2 Special "was" running like a champ for me at 255x10 with 3.4vdimm.

 

I think i may have hurt the chipset though in the process of running it that high when the HSF i was using was not installed properly (operator error).

 

I can still run memtest @ 255-260 with no errors but once i let it go into the OS it crashes within minutes.

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