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Old 10-30-2005, 08:26 PM   #1
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Default Corsair 2GB XMS PC4000 Platinum

Corsairs back, and they have delivered the fastest memory we have ever tested! Clocked at DDR500 speeds and 3-4-4-8 timings, it's quite fast on it's own. Add on the large amount of overclocking headroom, and these modules have serious potential.



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Old 10-30-2005, 09:54 PM   #2
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Very nice, that's some slinky fast ram...uber sexy.
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how do you overclock the memory,is it in the bios?
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You simply run the ram at 1-1 with the FSB (or HTT) then increase the FSB (or HTT).

With an A64 setup you can adjust the multiplier down so that you can even run the proc at stock speeds with the HTT running faster than stock and therefore the memory.
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