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Old 06-20-2004, 01:23 AM   #1
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Holas, I sold my dual channel Kingston and Kingmax so i could get some CAS 2 ram!! I was wondering if i buy Kingmax ddr433 pc3500 CAS 2.5 ram and set it too ddr400 and would be able to run it at CAS 2 superbly?

Basically if i buy higher(mhz) ram, i could set it lower(mhz) and run tighter timmings(CAS 2.5 to CAS 2)!?

IM ON A BUDGET SO I CANT GET HIGHER PRICED RAM ONLY HAVE 210$ TO SPEND ON BETTER RAM.

thanks all who helped me out on my last post.
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Old 06-21-2004, 01:31 AM   #2
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Holas, I sold my dual channel Kingston and Kingmax so i could get some CAS 2 ram!! I was wondering if i buy Kingmax ddr433 pc3500 CAS 2.5 ram and set it too ddr400 and would be able to run it at CAS 2 superbly?

Basically if i buy higher(mhz) ram, i could set it lower(mhz) and run tighter timmings(CAS 2.5 to CAS 2)!?

IM ON A BUDGET SO I CANT GET HIGHER PRICED RAM ONLY HAVE 210$ TO SPEND ON BETTER RAM.

thanks all who helped me out on my last post.
What post ws that ?
Stop getting so wrapped up with this.You are going overboard with worry.
Read the mbd options and max it out if it makes you happy.
512 ddr is more than anyone needs today.
Stop wondering--Learn.
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