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    Question 2Gb Mushkin Redline XP4000 eXtreme Performance

    Just wondering what you guys think of this ram? I was going to get the Ballistix but as anybody will know, theya're craping out everywhere and really arent stable.

    So wanna know what you guys think of these. I will be overclocking and would like tight timings.

    They use infineon high yeild CE-6 and has timings of 3-3-2-8. And for anyone who knows all this is the same as the new OCZ PC4000 EB which are not available yet.

    I have never used Mushkin before (always used corsair) so your thoughts are appreciated.

    If you guys can reccomend any other ram that meet my needs then please feel free to say.

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    I don't think there's anything else with quite such tight timings, but you're paying around £55 for a very, very small improvement over the standard 3-4-4-8, as used by the GSkill.

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    Mushkin are legendary for their BH5 and their crazy price tag. But their product seems to be top notch. But afaik Crucial is hoding the crown for 2Gb kit ??

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    Cucial was until there memory started degrading over time. its seems there design cant quite handle the ram. Failing kits all over the globe.

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    yeah i don't know, it seems like the improvement you'll get from it would be minimal. dunno if lower latency would help or not. the 2gb 3500LL-pro from corsair is a good set, but the timings, although totally acceptable, are not going to be quite as tight.

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    The Mushkin stuff, is fantastic RAM. For a start, it actually works almost all the time, unlike Ballistic(woohoo, it works, then it breaks, then your new one works, then it breaks, then your next new one works, then it breaks, ad nausium), it clocks incredibly far, and its pretty damn stable at those clocks too. If you've got the money, I'd go for it.

    Personally I'm going for G.Skills BHZ 2GB kit, its 250mhz@2,3,2,5 - but can generally get to 260, sometimes as high as 290. It seems to be good ram, and it doesn't break every 5 minutes like the Ballistix does.

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