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    PC-8000 CAS 4? I don't think so.
    I hope you are aware that all OCZ memory is now declared EOL which probably means their liftime warrenty expired.

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    EOL ??? yes its pc2 8000 cas 4, ddr2 1000 cas 4 there micron d9 chips.
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    End of life, OCS does not manufactur memory anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by califmike2003 View Post
    Yeah i have no idea what in the world caused it, but when i took the battery out and cleard cmos, it went away . Im getting some ocz ddr2 8000, cas 4, which should let me try some other memory straps, and see how far this board will go.
    Clear CMOS often fixes odd issues, so when you run into funky things that you can't fix, that's what you should always try first

    What model OCZ are you getting?

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    Ok i will remember that if something goes buggy again. Im getting these OCZ PC2 8000 DDRII SDRAM Titanium Alpha VX2, there micron d9s, i guess there 6400s factory overclocked from OCZ, they will do about 1040 mgz cas 4 from what i have read. I got them off ebay for $10.
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    How come my google search never comes up with such bargins?

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    I have been searching and watching ebay for a few weeks for some decent memory, im supprised i got them so cheap we will see how they perform.
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    Nice kit! Looks like they might need 2.35V to run that C4 at 1000Mhz though, but if you keep a fan over them it should be ok. I wouldn't run them above 2.2V without a fan directly over them

    Also keep in mind high voltage at 2.2 or above often leads to high failure rates (Which I see a lot of RMA's mentioned on newegg), so you may not want to push them very hard or they might die easy on you. Of course at $10 that probably doesn't matter unless it's your only kit at the time.

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    Im just looking to get the 1000mgz cas 4 out of them, my ballistix wont go that high, so i will keep the voltage to 2.2v. I really want a 4gb kit that will do that speed and cas, but very hard to find these days. Yeah the good thing is if they fry, im out $10.
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    You may have to use 2.3V to run CAS 4 at 1000Mhz, which at that voltage your Crucials might do too as they are probably the same IC's anyway.

    And ya, you can't beat those prices, as long as they last you a little while anyway

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