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Old 09-19-2005, 06:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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This is pretty increadible to me. 2GB kits don't OC as far as 1GB to begin with, and to get 260 with valueram is pretty damn nice.

Seems like it wouldn't be a bad buy if someone is in the market for 2GB RAM.

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That's probably entirely luck of the draw

Nice amcomplishment nonetheless
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It very well could be, but it's impressive they're using Brainpower PCB's, although I am not familiar with the chips they're using and whether they're known to hit consistent good clocks or not.
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whoa pretty cool
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Nice!
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*looks at timings* oh, that's believable. 260MHz is nice, but at those timings...not quite as nice.

I'll keep my GX kit that will do 260MHz @ 2-2-2-5
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well...why did he knock the cycle down from stock of 8 to 7? Seems pointless to me considering that'll do performance wise...it'd be best to leave it at 8 or loosen it to 10 and he might pull off 3-3-3-10 which IMO would be better than 3-4-3-7...considering it's valueRAM and on top of that it's 2gb those really aren't that bad of timings, but I wonder if he put 2.9v through it if he could get that 260MHz with 3-3-3-8 or 3-3-3-10 timings.
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