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recently switched my memory over from OCZ to the PDP Patriot 3200+XBL and this stuff kicks butt! Before I could not even overclock 5mhz and after just putting the new ram in I have achieved a 329mhz overclock, and I still haven't pushed this system to its max. Currently I am running at 29*c idle (same temp I was running at stock). Read sig for further details. Thanks PDP and DFI!

 

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Guest shaolin95

Must ask, you are running your patriot @ 233 with cas 2? What voltage are you using?

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2.7v :nod:

Do you mind posting you whole timings set up?

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shao I'm pretty sure the XBL's are factory rated for the timings and voltage he's showing. Are you unable to reach DDR 466 at 2-3-3-6 2.7v? I haven't tried this yet myself as I'm mainly interested in reaching higher 1:1

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Indeed you are right, somehow I forgot it. I asked cause I was trying to go 2-2-2-5 yesterday as high as possible memtest stable but wasnt able to hit much higher than 215. I was very dissapointed as you can guess but thats common for TCCD. Now I remember that never tried using 2-3-3-6 for some reason so I am going to check what performance I get with that timing 2-3-3-6 @ 228x11 compared to my current 2.5-3-3-7 @ 278x9. I am guessing that the cas difference wont be enough to compensate for the 50 FSB difference but then again, perhaps I can tighten other parameters more at 228 to make it a good fight.

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