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

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it would be interesting to for someone, maybe a review site with lots of money or something, anyhow someone with the time and money to compile some database of 4 matched 512 sticks on the DFI NF4 and the new NF3 939 I guess with different mem brands running BF2 to get some recommendations on these boards at 4 X 512

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[quote name='Angry_Games']i use 3.2v without the 4v jumper enabled on all the rigs for running up to about 220-230[/quote]

lol AG i was just try'n to help the guy... my ram doesn't like 3.1+ from the 3.3 rail
when i set it to 3.2 it only delivers 3.17 can't get full 3.2 on the 3.3 rail... its not as steady as the 5v rail i guess...

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Is it really safe to put in voltages as high as 3.4V ? I bought these to go with my Ultra-D, Venice 3500 and XP-90, should be here on monday :D.

Any guides on this exact same setup would help. Anyways I was planning to start using this as a guide:

[url="http://www.anandtech.com/memory/showdoc.aspx?i=2392&p=9"]http://www.anandtech.com/memory/showdoc.aspx?i=2392&p=9[/url]

But this was on a 4000+.

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[url="http://www.angrygames.com/ocdb/angry/x2_2640/x2_2640-1.jpg"]http://www.angrygames.com/ocdb/angry/x2_2640/x2_2640-1.jpg[/url]

[url="http://www.angrygames.com/nf4-ultra/slidr_sandiego1.jpg"]http://www.angrygames.com/nf4-ultra/slidr_sandiego1.jpg[/url]

[url="http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showpost.php?p=102187&postcount=3"]http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showpost.p...187&postcount=3[/url]

these OCZ's can take some serious voltage...however putting this much voltage on them is completely up to you and just because I do it doesn't mean anyone else should =/

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i ran memtest for 8 hours on 215fsb 2-2-2-5 @3.0 and no errors. so i boosted it up to 220 same and has been running all day today and it has done 340 passes so far with 176 errors. I think im doing the process right, i just wait til i get almost no errors and boost it up again? I need a link to explain to me how i could get 3.1 + on my 3.3 rail.

[quote]Originally Posted by Angry_Games

i use 3.2v without the 4v jumper enabled on all the rigs for running up to about 220-230[/quote]
how exactly would i do that? o and also which bios have the 3.1+ options?

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Damn, I got these when they were $150... It figures they go on sale right after I buy them...

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here's a link to a thread from another forum on this ram...
[url="http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=61204&page=1&pp=25"]http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showth...04&page=1&pp=25[/url]

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[quote name='Angry_Games']the NF4 bios will do 3.2v without fooling with the jumper[/quote]

You'll probably need more up in the range of 3.3V-3.4V to get in the 250Mhz 2-2-2-5 range so you can use the vDDR jumper trick to raise the +3.3V rail without moving to the 5V jumper and increasing temps alot.

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OCZ old BH5 is excellent memory for stock speed and maybe a little higher (220-230Mhz). I RMAed mine back to Newegg last week. The memory became unstable if the DRAM voltage is higher than 3.2V. I did do an extensive burn-in (2.8 to 3.5V).

FYI, OCZ is now shipping PC3200 Plat. Rev2 with TCCD chips (not TCC5). They are going for about $160 at Newegg. Very nice memory at much lower voltage. Get them now before they run out of TCCD chips. Most people here paid a lot more for the TCCD memory a while back.

[img]http://www.pbase.com/image/45710516/large.jpg[/img]
[img]http://www.pbase.com/image/45710519/large.jpg[/img]
[img]http://www.pbase.com/image/45710521/large.jpg[/img]

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