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OCZ Gold 3200 2x512MB (BH-5 UTT) = $139.55 @ newegg.com (updated 10/05

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?...N82E16820227211

 

OCZ Gold Series 1GB (2 x 512MB) 184-Pin DDR SDRAM Unbuffered DDR 400 (PC 3200) Dual Channel Kit System Memory - Retail

 

* Model #: OCZ4001024ELDCGE-K

* Item #: N82E16820227211

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$141.95

 

 

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this stuff has been steadily going down in price as more and more users purchase it (i can happily say that my recommendations + everyone else's since i started recommending it has caused newegg to run out of stock a couple times so they purchase larger and larger quantities, thereby getting a better price from OCZ and passing the savings on to you)

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hey angry i got these, as you convinced me, and now im burning them in. I can run these at 2-2-2-5 @215 3.1v with no errors on memtest. When i try and go up to 220 or higher i get memory dumps and i dont know what else to do. Any suggestions on fixing this? i want to try and get the most fsb out of these babies. Also 3.1 is the max in my bios and was wondering what versions should i get to go up to 3.3v which i believe is the suggested value for burning in. I know thats alot but anything will help. Thanks again

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I'm just wondering. It seems like you always suggest PC-3200 speed ram and you know a lot about overclocking. I haven't really done much yet so I'm not sure on this. But is PC-3200 ram best for overclocking? Or is like say PC-4400 ram actually easier to overclock? From my logic it would seem that higher speed ram would be easier to overclock because you could leave it at it's default timings and everything and then just catch up to it's speed with the FSB without having to worry about messing with ram timings and voltage?

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there's never a guarantee that anything will overclock

 

just because you have PC4400 doesn't mean your DDR400 FSB cpu will overclock to the memory's rated speeds

 

i dont pay any attention to the 'rated speeds' on memory as they are meaningless to me.

 

i only pay attention to my own results + other users's results on what memories can do.

 

keep in mind that i might be able to get 270FSB out of these 3200 Golds, but you might only get 215FSB out of them...

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LOL, I keep trying to suggest my G. Skill UTT-BH5 but OCZ keeps dropping their prices so it's not worth it going with the GH sticks... still $150 @ newegg...

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?...N82E16820227211

 

OCZ Gold Series 1GB (2 x 512MB) 184-Pin DDR SDRAM Unbuffered DDR 400 (PC 3200) Dual Channel Kit System Memory - Retail

 

* Model #: OCZ4001024ELDCGE-K

* Item #: N82E16820227211

*

*

 

 

$136.95

Mail-In rebate -$15.00

$121.95

 

so if i was to get a X2 4400, a DFI NF4-SLI board, and this RAM that would be a good combo...correct?

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