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  • Which RAM for which Intel board?

    RAM:
    2 sticks of Corsair XMS3500C2 @ 512Meg each
    2 sticks of OCZ PC4000 @ 256Meg each

    Motherboards/CPU/HSF/Video Card:
    Asus P4C800E-Dlx/3.0c/Zalman 7000 AlCu/9800np
    Asus P4P800-Dlx/2.6c/Retail/AIW 9600 Pro

    I honestly don't know what to do. Which board would benefit the most from the RAM I'm using?

    The OCZ will not be at my house till tomorrow and the P4P800/2.6c combo might be at my house this Friday.

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    I would use the Corsair with the <Asus P4C800E-Dlx/3.0c/Zalman 7000 AlCu/9800np>
    And the OCZ with the <Asus P4P800-Dlx/2.6c/Retail/AIW 9600 Pro>

    The 2.6c will likely overclock higher fsb wise and will be able to use the OCZ 4000. The 3.0 will be just fine with the 3500 and tight timings I would imagine.

    Looks lke some fun for ya this weekend!

    PJ

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    • #3
      Well, the P4P800D was a waste of time and money. Dual DDR was dead on the board. So, I now have the DFI LAN Party 875 Pro. I already have the fsb at 231 (so that I have 3.0 Ghz for comparing against the P4C800E-D). Is it possible to get tight memory settings with the OCZ? I would rather ask firsthand instead of having to reset bios due to to tight settings. What would be a good setting to try? I'm currently running the vdimm at 2.7 and don't intend to change (even the board would allow it) and the vagp is at 1.6.
      Last edited by pointreyes; 11-01-2003, 11:15 AM.

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      • #4
        Hmmm... I am not really sure. The 4200 I have does 2.5-4-3-7 at 233fsb. That is not tight obviously. It has been awhile since I tested my 4000, so I can't really remember what it would do. At 231 I would think the Corsair would run much tighter timings.

        PJ

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