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Are the new 2GB DDR XMS3500LL Pro TwinX sticks fully compatible with P4 systems too?


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Hi RamGuy and all...


I've been checking out the spec and finally found a price on those brand new 2GB TWINX 2048 XMS3500LL PRO memory sticks... they look excellent... :bigeyes:


I've noticed you seem to be pushing them more in the direction of AMD 64 users... would there be any reason for me to think they might not be 100% compatible with an Intel system? I guess not, but I just wanted to be 100% sure.


I'm looking to put them in my P4P800 DELUXE for the time being - then eventually use them a little later on when I finally get round to doing a full system upgrade next year (I'll probably go AMD with my new machine)


Do you believe they would be able to perform at the listed timings of 2-3-2-6 on a P4P800 D (I intend to run the sticks on the 400mhz setting in the bios then overclock the fsb a little to bring them up to their rated speed.... - I know my CPU can handle an OC to at least 225 (from 3.0g to around 3.4g) so there's no worries there.


do you forsee any problems? Might I be better sticking with the XMS3200C2's just to be safe?


if not i'll be on the case to get a pair of those 3500LL's right away! :D:

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excellent, that's good to know...


I did get a pair of 3200C2's, they're all good, I had them stable in memtest at 222fsb, but I had to relax the timings to 2.5-3-3-6 and up the voltage to 1.85 - that's all well and good, but I just cant resist the timings on those new ones.. oh, and I guess the pretty lights are quite nice too! I just feel like being a flash git for a change...hehe... :biggrin:


looks like my mates gonna get lucky and get my brand spanking new 3200C2's at a discount price... :roll:

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