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Old 06-13-2005, 09:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Ok some of you know that i recently got some new ram, cheap but some new ram so i could get my sisters computer up with my even cheaper ram. Well the ram i bought couldn't overclock at all or my system would be very unstable. Not sure what kind of chips it has but its some cheap OCZ ram, so i started looking at my older ram and on the chips the PC3200 stick had TCCC chips, and the PC2700 stick had TCB3 chips on it. Now them sticks could overclock very well. So what chips are better TCB3 or TCCC, and yes i know people like TCCD chips but theres an extremly large shortage and OCZ is using TCC5 i think. Anyways my PC2700 stick could keep up with my PC3200 and they both would stay at a 1:1 ratio with my CPU...... Gah thats a bunch of crap talking.

Question: Whats the better of my memory? The OCZ that wont even overclock one MHZ, or my PC2700 with TCB3 chips or my PC3200 with TCCC chips?
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