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Old 08-02-2007, 10:24 AM   #11 (permalink)
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SIXTY FIVE BUCKS for awesome ram. we have a winner here!
dang im just gonna get a set just to have it. dude you cant beat that price with a stick, lol.
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Old 08-02-2007, 12:48 PM   #12 (permalink)
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nagasama.. pick those bad boys up, maybe u can get a even better overclock and sell ur current ram or buy another cheapo system
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crap they went up 15 bucks. or should i say they lowered the rebate from 45 to 30....dang. still a good deal tho.
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meh heh heh heh oh yay-yer.



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w00t! wow...nagasama...you got me there. With your XMS2s?
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XMS2 can do that?
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Old 08-03-2007, 12:07 AM   #17 (permalink)
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this is my HZ actually. i am gonna try tommorow with the xms2. i am fairly certain it will do the same, if not better. this is as high as i could boot, within a few mhz anyway, with normal voltage.
probably with my xms2, i will have to go to 2.35ish.
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LOL, scared me there for a moment. Does it perform properly under stress?
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i doubt it will under the stock voltage. i havent tried as of yet...i need to in order to have a credible overclock..lol even though its only overclocked 1.4mhz. it will need at least 2.325 volts to run this tight. and really, i notice that my comp doesnt like 1T at higher than stock speeds. at least, not much higher. scared? heh why scared peter? i can assure you (almost) that my xms will at least be even with this...maybe even higher. i know it will do 3-3-3-9 2T at 450mhz.
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lol...The only thing I got on you, is that I only paid $80 for mine. I'll see if I can up the ante...
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