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    Quote Originally Posted by Snow-Munki
    yeah winbond were/are the best chips.. and if you read the code and the last bit says BH-5 means they are very good, overclocks well etc etc

    i hope i'm correct

    heard you can run a lot of juice through them something stupid like 2.2 volts or something !!!
    Standard ddr voltage is 2.5v winbond like 2.8v and upwards to 3.2v



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    Shame that Winbond pulled out of making memory chips for RAM but the mass market wanted cheaper rather than better

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    whoops sorry wasn't thinking... got a bit mixed up yeah ... those volts are correct ignore stupid me

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