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Old 09-09-02, 09:34 PM   #25
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i never said that. read my post again.
Er...ok...one more time for the girls and boys watching at home...

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As for the Mushkin: PC3200 = 333MHz FSB


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don't look at mushkin's words. comprehend them. the memory is tested at 2.5 at 333MHz - NOT 400MHz.
That's interesting b/c Mushkin explicitly says on their website ( about this memory )
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Our PC3200 DDR SDRAM is run through a speed bin sort to insure operation at 200MHz memory bus (400MHz DDR).
I could go on with this...but it is evident that you are not here to hold a rational conversation...For better or for worse, I stick to the things I say...if someone proves me wrong, I am adult enough to admit it and move on....

In this case, I proved you wrong and now you're back pedaling faster than a mongoose on speed...

BTW, what is this mythical DDR400 if it isn't a low-noise module running at 200MHz???

The answer? It IS a low-noise module running at 200MHz.....only some "official" DDR400 will have more headroom than the Corsair modules...

I've said and seen more than enough here.....you'll have to find someone else to play with...I apologize if this whole thing sounds catty.....Lotsa stress at work as of late...patience is next to nothing as of late...


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Old 09-09-02, 09:35 PM   #26
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Oh, and netviper is right....
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Old 09-09-02, 10:02 PM   #27
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wow. i can't believe i would risk being banned from this otherwise fine forum, but you're really ignorant.

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Old 09-10-02, 06:55 AM   #28
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Please excuse my "ignorance"....I am new to computers and new to this forum.....I certainly don't have a degree in Electrical Engineering....and have no idea how memory actually works....As far as I'm concerned....it all runs on a little PFM......Pure F*^%$ Magic...



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Old 09-10-02, 12:37 PM   #29
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People like Koneill are funny.

They have themselves totally convinced that they are correct.
Koneill... here is a fact, regardless of whether or not you like it.

There are memory modules that run at 400mhz with aggressive memory timings. Plenty of them to boot.
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Old 09-11-02, 06:36 AM   #30
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As far as I know, the new Platinum series by Corsair (XMS 3000 Plat, XMS 3200C2 Plat, etc.) are based on the new Winbond 5ns memory as opposed to the former modules based on the Samsung 6ns (I think that was what they used to use).

I *believe* that is the case and that would explain why the new Corsair memory has so many people raving about it.

I could be wrong though. I'll be getting a module for myself in a week or so, so I'll let you know on that. Regardless, these modules are rated for PC3200 by Corsair and *that* is enough for me at CAS2.
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Regardless, these modules are rated for PC3200 by Corsair and *that* is enough for me at CAS2.
Amen to that...I'm going to be getting a stick of that memory in the near future...I'll let you all know how things turn out...

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