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Old 02-28-07, 12:21 AM   #37
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Of course not, but never underestimate the performance of a lower CL timing.
True enough. But you remember when I could get 4-4-4-5 timings on my PC-9136 sticks.
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Old 02-28-07, 12:24 AM   #38
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True enough. But you remember when I could get 4-4-4-5 timings on my PC-9136 sticks.
High clocks + low timings is always a winning combination
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Old 02-28-07, 12:28 AM   #39
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Hey, could you guys do me a favor and explain what each of the numbers mean? I kind of know although I am still really confused. Thanks.
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Old 02-28-07, 09:21 PM   #40
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Putting 1.55v on the northbridge put my OC back in business!
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Old 02-28-07, 11:20 PM   #41
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Both the PC8888 and PC9136 are cherry pick and should overclock to 1200 and beyond.The PC8500C5 Dominators just did'nt make the cut for being a PC8888 or PC9136 even though a lot of them will do 1200mhz,The main thing I like about the High speed ram is that you can run your timmeings tighter when you run at 800mhz ,I keep mine around 4-3-3-7-2T at 2.1v . But I just don't see no real performance gain when running at 1200mhz at 5-5-5-15-2T at 2.3v,sure I get maybe 2 or 3 FPS extra on some games when running them that high ,but I just seem to be more stable and my system runs smoother when I have it set at 1:1 Ratio when I run my E6600 at 3.6gigs 1600cpu and 800mhz 4-3-3-7-2T at 2.1v then running it at 4:5 ratio at 1200mhz 5-5-5-15-2T at 2.3v,That is why I see no since in buying ram that high when most motherboards ,none that I have had would even run my PC8500C5 Dominator at 1:1 ratio ,my Asus 650 SLI came the closest I got the cpu up to 2040 or 510mhz with the memory running at 1020 at 5-5-5-15 with a mutipler of 7 running at 3570.
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Old 03-01-07, 12:16 PM   #42
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Thanks for the info john. I am running 475x7 1:1 right now and its stable. The little knowledge I have on the subject I wasn't sure which way to go. It seems you get more bang for the buck @ 1:1. I am battling temps right now due to not enough air flow through the case, when I crack the case door open a little it drops my idle temps from 36c to 32c so I ordered this.

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Old 03-01-07, 10:47 PM   #43
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TikiMan: Where did you get that info?
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I have;nt seen one of them does it fit inside your old case ,I have the Antec P-180 case and it has one 120mm fan at the top and one 120mm at the back a,plus the one 120mm at the bottom for the harddrives and one 120mm in the center so I can blow it on my video cards and it keeps my case real cool.plus I have the Dominator Fan for my memory.
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lol @ old case. Yeah it will fit in any case as long as there is 3 5.25 bays not used. This will help my temps big time I have more CFM's exiting the case then CFM's entering until now.

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Pros: Very VERY Sturdy Construction. I have owned/thrown away many drive bay converters and this one is a keeper. This is by far the best module I have ever owned. This thing fits in any 3 5.25 drive bays. I put it in an ANTEC 900 case and it fit like a glove and looks amazing. It takes 3 spaces (5.25') and holds 4 harddrives (3.5'). The harddrives are really close together but the 120mm fan in front keeps them very cool. There is a grill on the front that will keep a lot of debris out of the case. If more filtering is needed, it would be easy to add some sort of foam filter between the fan and the rest of the enclosure. The included fan is a good selection and it lights up blue...but not too bright. I also use speedfan utility and it regulates all the fans in my case. Everything is so quiet...I cannot even tell the thing is running. Great quality here...and not too expensive either. I have the black one in my case and it works very well with the Antec 900 and speedfan.

Cons: The 4 harddrives are very close together and will have some extra heat because of that. ( a way around it is to only install two drives...spaced apart and they will have amazing cooling that way)

Other Thoughts: Buy it...it just works and looks great!
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