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Old 01-29-07, 07:19 PM   #1
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Old 01-29-07, 07:29 PM   #2
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What's the timings? 10/10/10/20?
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Old 01-29-07, 07:44 PM   #3
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What's the timings? 10/10/10/20?

Haha, I really did laugh out loud.
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It is 5-5-5-14
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Is this even possible? The current highest I believe is 800 MHz, not 1333 MHz. Besides, The Inquirer doesn't exactly have the best reputation amongst the tech community (and I'm not confusing them with the National Inquirer).
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Old 01-29-07, 07:53 PM   #6
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I had my Ballistix running 1300MHz 5-6-6-15 @ 2.4v before my motherboard exploded it..
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Is this even possible? The current highest I believe is 800 MHz, not 1333 MHz. Besides, The Inquirer doesn't exactly have the best reputation amongst the tech community (and I'm not confusing them with the National Inquirer).
Where are you sleeping? 800MHz Heck no there is even 1250Mhz OCz and Corsair memory.
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1350MHz? That's in the DDR3 territory. LOL.
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It is 5-5-5-14
Close, but I THINK it's 5-5-5-18 like the OCZ 1150mhz piece. Coulbe wrong though. It's that usually when ram gets to about 1150mhz or so the ram companies have been using 5-5-5-18. OCZ used it for their 1150mhz, Corsair is using it for their PC2-10000, and I assume that Patriot will aswell.
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Well fetch! That is fast.
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