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    Talking Kingmax PC3500 433Mhz 1GB (2 x 512Mb) Dual Channel

    Just found this ram Kingmax PC3500 433Mhz 1GB (2 x 512Mb) Dual Channel

    and it looks a good buy for only £145.90 including vat
    just click here

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    OH all so found this for you guys just click here
    this is the ram here MPWC22D-38KT3
    Last edited by Planetside; 22-10-2003 at 07:49 PM.

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    Where do you see them at £145.90?

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    Just catching up with this thread, if I order some PC3500 memory for my NF7-S v2.0, will I need to overclock it for the memory to work, or will it work at the standard FSB speed? (sorry - just learning all about this)

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    hi i dont have the link to hand but ill get it for you as my friend showd me the ram so ill ask him for the link

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    Originally posted by AndyL
    Just catching up with this thread, if I order some PC3500 memory for my NF7-S v2.0, will I need to overclock it for the memory to work, or will it work at the standard FSB speed? (sorry - just learning all about this)
    HELLO m8 i think that you can set the ram @ 200 fsb just to get it all working then over clock it slowly and as u can see it should do 230 fsb not a problem

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    all so i think this may be a lot nicer to the NF2 bords then the Twinmoss stuff

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    Thanks Planetside. I have just seen the prices of this stuff so I will go for a matched pair of 512's or 256's for the moment and upgrade when the price drops a little. Any opinion of TwinMOS memory?

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    twin sounds ok but i would say that 40%of the ram wont overclock are worck wall with the NF2 mb but then 60% will so its a ???? to me i dont think im going to go the TwinMoss way naw i think im going to go with the Kingmax PC3500 433Mhz 1GB (2 x 512Mb) Dual Channel for £145.90 as its only £5 pounds more then the 3200 stuff pluse it looks nicer then TwinMoss and i think it will work and overclock much more then the TwinMoss

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    Originally posted by AndyL
    Thanks Planetside. I have just seen the prices of this stuff so I will go for a matched pair of 512's or 256's for the moment and upgrade when the price drops a little. Any opinion of TwinMOS memory?
    just found this m8 2x256
    256Mb DDR RAM PC3200 (DDR400)
    200/400Mhz
    Double-sided module with 16Mx8 chips
    Low profile
    CAS2.5 (CL=2.5)
    6 layer PCB
    Fast heat dissipation
    Retail packaging
    Lifetime warranty
    P/N: MPXB62D-68KX3

    £88 pounds there about

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    Err.. A link would be useful ye know
    Last edited by TooNice; 22-10-2003 at 10:57 PM.

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    Thanks TooNice - beat me to it. I have also found this:

    Kingston HyperX 512MB (2x256MB) DDR PC3500 (KHX3500K2/512) CAS2.0 Dual Channel Kit (MY-008-KS)

    for £109 plus VAT at overclockers. Does anyone know enough to compare these with Planetsides offering?

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    In a word (well sentence), higher spec, different price range?

    £100+ (almost £110 in this case) for 512MB is a lil much...

    Personally, the KingMax to be the most interesting... I would like to know two things though:

    1) The default timing compared to the Twinmos.
    2) Can it run using a more agressive timing (CAS2 would be nice )

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    ops link

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    But Kingston memory is crap m8y, Check out some reviews of it.

    Mem Review

    Sure this is higher than the pc3500 you are talking about but check out the review on the pc4000 stuff made by kingston - i get slated.

    Are you really sure you want to get this memory?.

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    i got some kingston 2100 in my pc and its sat @ 172 fsb so i dont think its crap but and its a BIG but this ram in not Kingston m8 its kingmax and there not the same

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