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Old 05-19-2005, 09:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Check this out for all of you whom own the Lanparty boards.

http://www.dfi.com.tw/press/press_he...65.jsp&SITE=NA

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http://www.ocztechnology.com/product...fi_nf4_special

Wonder what kinda performance difference you could get form the two paired together vs. another type of RAM?
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DFI is basicly the only company besides maybee Abit and MSI that could ever dream of running that ram full out

Nothing but a doubble gain marketing thing, and that is SWEET ram
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well both companies are freakin bomb-double-O-dizzle when it comes to high performance and overclocking, it's a match made in heaven. I heard about this quite some time ago though but it's definitely awesome stuff.

Technically it could work on the socket 754 nf3 DFI board as well, but ONLY if you have one of TicTacs modded BIOS's that change the dimm from 3.2v max to 4v....this is mainly why it's built for the nf4 boards, because I'm not even sure of another board out there that lets you have that much voltage although through the many tests I've seen anything above 3.7v really yields no gains.

Dude at pimprig was running some OCZ VX at 275MHz with 3.7v testing em out and was running 2-2-2-2 timings lol, that's ridiculous, not to mention I've seen people running BH-5's at 1.5 cas latency which you don't see very often.
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Newegg has it for about $300.00 for a (2x512MB) kit. I don't know that's freakin' tempting...
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or maybe grab yourself a pair of g skill LA's with samsung tccd's?

samsung is stopping the production of their tccd ram, it would probably rise in price
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both those companies make very high performance and high qualty products.
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OCZ obviously has someone rather than samsung now
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stick some coolers on G.Skill RAM, couple it with a DFI board and a Venice core, and watch your overclocks....
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