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Old 12-23-06, 05:25 PM   #13
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Default Re: My Dominator 8500's, Am I doing something wrong here?

That is what I run my PC2 8500 C5D at 4-3-3-9-2T at stock voltage 2.2v at 800mhz ,it seems to run things better since I am running at a 1:1 ratio at 3.6gig at 800mhz FSB .
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Old 12-23-06, 11:49 PM   #14
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Default Re: My Dominator 8500's, Am I doing something wrong here?

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That is what I run my PC2 8500 C5D at 4-3-3-9-2T at stock voltage 2.2v at 800mhz ,it seems to run things better since I am running at a 1:1 ratio at 3.6gig at 800mhz FSB .

So your running your 1066 Rated memory at 800mhz instead? I thought that the C2D's LOVED higher MHZ on the RAM.

can you explain why this is better?
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