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mattkenn_4545
07-26-04, 06:04 AM
Is the Corsair XMS Extreme Memory Speed Series, (Twin Pack) Good or no for nforce 2 boards see my sig for my comp i hope to get a nf7-s in the future (by the way if anyone has any other sugestions for mobos to fit around an oced mobile 2500+ and a 240fsb please chip in)

mattkenn_4545
07-27-04, 01:32 AM
bump

-=DVS=-
07-27-04, 01:45 AM
Well name alone doesn't tell us mutch , what rateing it got ? or link to webpage ?
If you want to know if Corsair brand is good ? then yes its good company.

stncttr908
07-27-04, 10:07 AM
The NF7-S would be a great board to overclock with. The only one that might beat it would be the DFI LANparty, which is quite overpriced.

I'm sure that RAM would work fine, but I'm not a fan of paying overhead for a twin pack when you could buy two separate sticks and have them work in dual channel mode just fine.

Viral
07-28-04, 02:01 AM
Works great for me. They should reach any frequency an nforce2 can handle.

netviper13
07-28-04, 02:52 AM
I have some Corsair XMS Value RAM (DDR400) and it has been great for overclocking with.

Gorion
08-04-04, 05:16 PM
Not sure about Nforce 2 but works great in my 3 :)

Son Goku
08-05-04, 12:47 AM
Well there is one advantage to getting a twin pack...and that's making sure the RAM is exactly the same... Corsair of course doesn't make the memory chips themselves...

Depending on the chips used, it is possible to get the same memory module capacity with the module being single sided or double. I've also bought memory from them before (this was my PC100 though) and had one module have all Samsung chips on them, and the other from another chip maker...

jAkUp
08-05-04, 03:46 AM
Sometimes you can get better latencies with the twin packs ;)