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Old 16-10-2006, 03:51 AM   #25
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Re: Corsair PC8888 Dominator Series DDR2

price wise, 2GB OCZ PC8000 Plat Extreme would be my choice especially with E6700
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Old 16-10-2006, 04:06 AM   #26
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Re: Corsair PC8888 Dominator Series DDR2

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price wise, 2GB OCZ PC8000 Plat Extreme would be my choice especially with E6700
ok thanks eva i will get the 2GB OCZ PC8000 Plat Extreme,i am only looking to overclock the E6700 to about 3200mhz so that would have to do the job hopefully.

The main reason im trying to get all good parts this time is because my current pc with Pentium 4 3.2 northwood,asus p4c-800-e and 1 gig of geil ddr 500 ram im using,just doesn't want to overclock,like if i set it to 5% overclock its fairly stable but still freezes often,but if i try overclocking it to 10% windows wont even boot,so i am not sure if its my ram,motherboard or the cpu,anyway this time around i am going to get good quality parts that should give me a good overclock.
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Old 16-10-2006, 07:45 PM   #27
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Re: Corsair PC8888 Dominator Series DDR2

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ok thanks eva i will get the 2GB OCZ PC8000 Plat Extreme,i am only looking to overclock the E6700 to about 3200mhz so that would have to do the job hopefully.
Any E6300 will do that

With an E6700 you really should be aiming for ~ 3.60GHz for 24/7 use
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Old 16-10-2006, 07:57 PM   #28
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Any E6300 will do that

With an E6700 you really should be aiming for ~ 3.60GHz for 24/7 use
yeah really that high,thats good to know,so you think the 2GB OCZ PC8000 Plat Extreme ram will be caperbal of getting me to those specs you mentioned.
I really liked the look of that Corsair PC8888 Dominator,its a pitty its only made for AMD systems only because i would of liked to try it out with the E6700.
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Old 16-10-2006, 08:18 PM   #29
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yeah really that high,thats good to know,so you think the 2GB OCZ PC8000 Plat Extreme ram will be caperbal of getting me to those specs you mentioned.
I really liked the look of that Corsair PC8888 Dominator,its a pitty its only made for AMD systems only because i would of liked to try it out with the E6700.
Any of the OCZ PC6400~PC8000 or G.Skill PC6400HZ ~ 8000HZ will do the job nicely

Save some money and get the 2x1GB G.Skill PC6400HZ if you can find them, you wont be disappointed and they will play very well with your E6700
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Old 16-10-2006, 08:49 PM   #30
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Any of the OCZ PC6400~PC8000 or G.Skill PC6400HZ ~ 8000HZ will do the job nicely

Save some money and get the 2x1GB G.Skill PC6400HZ if you can find them, you wont be disappointed and they will play very well with your E6700
ok thanks i will just get the G.Skill PC6400HZ if that will do the job,could you recomend the best shop to buy the G.Skill from,because i was reading in one of eva2000 threads about make sure to get the version 101(you want the modules with newer rev101 Micron modules not Elipida modules)
and i don't want to buy the wrong version by mistake.

I looked here http://www.gskill.com/tc/ddr2.html but they don't have the PC6400HZ.
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Old 16-10-2006, 08:59 PM   #31
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Re: Corsair PC8888 Dominator Series DDR2

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ok thanks i will just get the G.Skill PC6400HZ if that will do the job,could you recomend the best shop to buy the G.Skill from,because i was reading in one of eva2000 threads about make sure to get the version 101(you want the modules with newer rev101 Micron modules not Elipida modules)
and i don't want to buy the wrong version by mistake.

I looked here http://www.gskill.com/tc/ddr2.html but they don't have the PC6400HZ.
all the ones in australia are pretty much micron based so it shouldn't be a problem

Linky to 6400 HZ
http://www.gskill.com/tc/f2-6400phu1-hz.html

use the same chips as the more expensive ram basically and clock similarly
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Old 17-10-2006, 03:11 AM   #32
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Re: Corsair PC8888 Dominator Series DDR2

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ok thanks i will just get the G.Skill PC6400HZ if that will do the job,could you recomend the best shop to buy the G.Skill from,because i was reading in one of eva2000 threads about make sure to get the version 101(you want the modules with newer rev101 Micron modules not Elipida modules)
and i don't want to buy the wrong version by mistake.

Try Tek-Corp and tell John that Jon from i4memory sent you
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