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alexaner55
2004-02-02T20:59:17Z
look at ocz 3700 1gb sets timeing are
2.5 3 3 7

muskin 3500 timing
2 2 2

i do a lot of overclocking and kingston 4000 sucks so i selling it to friend and getting new men.
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RudyR1999
2004-02-02T21:54:53Z
I love Mushkin (See Sig). OCZ definitally isn't bad at all. Both manufactures produce top notch RAM.

If your interested I have 4 sticks of 256MB Mushkin PC3500 Level 2 with the ever so loved BH5 chips (CAS 2-2-2-5).
Ne0rC
2004-02-02T22:37:43Z
I've heard some great stuff about Geil, they any good? They are cheap and seem to be good.
Paulh
2004-02-03T01:47:13Z
Monarch GT64 Custom PC/WS (Athlon 64) $49.00 $49.00
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Memory: 140866 - DDR (400) 3200 - 1 GB (2 pcs 512) Corsair $249.00 $249.00
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SS Joe
2004-02-03T09:41:23Z
Looks pretty good paul, although you might want to start your own thread

As for the ram, I'm loving my mushkin. I have my PC3200 running at 233 @ 5-2-2-2 (I don't know why I always give my ram timings backwards... ohwell, you know what I mean ), using 2.9vDimm. I don't know, can it possibly get much better than that? You should buy Rudy's ram if your thinking of going for mushkin.
Ne0rC
2004-02-03T10:42:47Z
$12 thermal paste? You need some case fans in there, and I don't think you need Windows XP 😛
RudyR1999
2004-02-03T11:10:15Z
Thanks for recommending my RAM SS Joe. The reason I still have it is because I have been pretty busy. When I do get some time to post it up on Ebay I am too lazy and don't do it. Looks like it benifis me though. Mushkin RAM is the only computer part that I have puchased and the price go up! Since the BH5 chips are all out people are raising the prices. Newegg cranked the prices up $75 USD on all BH5 RAM left. The Muskin RAM on Ebay is going for $100 USD more now adays. I guess its at a premium right now. I need to get it posted. I thought I could sell it to a HHer before some idiot buys it on Ebay.
^Bad_Boy^
2004-02-03T22:14:24Z
From OCZ and Mushkin, I'd go Mushkin
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2004-02-03T23:22:26Z
Quote:

Originally posted by ^Bad_Boy^
From OCZ and Mushkin, I'd go Mushkin


hehe agree.
at ddr400-ddr430 range, the BE5 chips owz with tight timing
But anything above that, OCZ rules. Talk about DDR510-ish with decent timing of CAS 2.5 in synchronize mode. only OCZ 3700 rev 2 can handle it with ease.
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