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Old 03-02-07, 02:54 AM   #13
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Cheers for that, I actually found that thread already and I've ordered the Geil PC6400 C4 that are marked in red on it and linked to in my above post.

I sure hope they're good...
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The PC6400C4 Dominators with the promo IC's was'nt as bad as some people say ,I had four sticks and they would do 1000mhz at 5-5-5-15-2T at 2.2v ,newegg has a Sapphire X1950XT for $219.Since you are getting a E6400 ,look at reviews and make sure the board will do at least 500 on the FSB since you are going to be overclocking,I have the Asus 650i SLI and it will do 510 stable on the FSB.Just some motherboards have a hard time even reaching 400 and others can not even do 350.
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