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    Quote Originally Posted by Soulburner
    I switched to my HyperX BH5 and I now have a screenshot of 292fsb.
    dude that's sick.. :wow:

    LOL good job man..


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    In 3:2 mode though. It just let me get past that annoying 256fsb limit I had with the CH5. Max RAM limit is 220 2-2-2-5 or 225 2-3-2-5, only 2.85v to work with. 3.2v would let me do 240-245 2-2-2-5, may switch boards cuz im too panzy to do a volt mod...

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    Wow, that's sick :wow: . Hmm... So that's why 3500 RAM has always been so expensive? Ah well, the thing is, he's going to run it at 250FSB/200RAM and leave it their, no o/cing above it. He just wants it to be stable. We got 1GB Corsair Platinum LL for $230 (better deal than the OCZ). Thanks for all the info soulburner, I'll def get some 3500 when I build my comp (whenever PCI-Express and prescott's are main stream, and this RAM adequately runs it). Thanks again, : peace2: Mista K6
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mista K6
    well, the thing is, he's going to run it at 250FSB/200RAM and leave it their, no o/cing above it. He just wants it to be stable.
    That's exactly what my intention was originally as well. When I built this I intended to just run it 250 5:4 for 3.0Ghz and 1000mhz bus.

    But as you can see, you get the need for speed after a while...

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