GeIL ONE PC4800 1GB Dual Channel Kit @ InsaneTek

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  1. Silverstrand

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    Quote: "GeIL is the first to market their overclocking memory at CAS 1.5. The interesting part is that it features Samsung TCCD IC's. Is it a marketing gimmick? It certainly grabbed your attention right?"
    Review URL: http://www.insanetek.com/index.php?page=geilonepc4800_1
     
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    man, ddr1 just keep getting faster and faster. it's amazing how much new stuff are comign out with ddr1 while ddr2 is not advancing that fast.
     
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    man at CAS 1.5 that means NO OVERCLOCKING, and really bad stability! :| u just chuck the Voltage to about 600 and your set :D, just kidding i hope mobo actually support these :|
     
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    Wow, that's an impressive memery module.
    I would really be satisifed with an impressive 300HTT (with 7-3-4-2.5) timings in my new DFI NF4 Ultra-D that I'm plannig to buy soon.
    The major problem is that those modules are not yet available (and a bit pricy as well).
     
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    get dual mushkins i can sit at 3-4-4-8 :D, and even possible drop to the 3-3-3-8 if i had the voltage behind it :D
     
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