trodas Posted July 2, 2015 Share Posted July 2, 2015 Guys, I wonder, what 2x1G sticks to use in my ASRock 775Dual-VSTA to get the maximum possible ram speed. There are some cool rams out there, that can do very nice speeds, like these - 413MHz, 3-3-3-5 1T timings: http://hwbot.org/submission/582356_mayk_pcmark_2004_core_2_x6800_%282.93ghz%29_13547_marks (but user Mayk is not registred on this forum, so I cannot ask, what rams he used) - 294MHz, 3-3-3-9 1T timings: http://hwbot.org/submission/2738623_michaelnm_3dmark2001_se_geforce_6800_gs_%28nv42%29_agp_42240_marks (user michaelnm asked about witch rams he used) - 465MHz, 3-3-3-1 (?) 2T (?) timings: http://hwbot.org/submission/590221_roro_superpi___32m_core_2_x6800_%282.93ghz%29_9min_19sec_340ms (no user roro on this forum is registred) So I would like to know, what rams get, to get similar/same/better results. The aimed CPU is Core Duo Extreme X6800 with FSB 1066MHz, mobo ASRock 775Dual-VSTA (DDR2 667 supported, so 333MHz) and 3-3-3 timings is a *must* reach at such clocks. All I managed to find ATM is CellShock CS2221440 rams, witch are praised a lot in tests: http://www.memorybenchmark.net/ram.php?ram=MSC+Vertriebs+GmbH+CS2221440+1GB&id=2592 Show capability of 3-3-3-8 timings (at 1T up to 358MHz, witch is pretty good): http://www.modlabs.net/page/cellshock-cs2221440-ddr2-ekskljuziv-made-in-germany#.VZWd_oLw7Gg ...and overclockers pushed them a lot too, 440MHz, 3-3-3-5 with 2.51V (ugh) and unknown command rate: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?201773-Micron-D9-GMH-GKX-JKH-etc-club/page91 The results around "3-3-3-5 @ 800 is only good at 2.0-2.1v." would be great, but Google search returned nothing to sale (not even on eBay) for "CellShock CS2221440", so I probably have to look out for alternatives too. Anyone who can suggest a good 2x1G DDR2 rams with the 1T capable of 3-3-3 timings...? Not need to have TRAS 1, lol. That is probably some sort of error, lol. Cannot imagine that this is a real value :banana: Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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