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Hey all :)


In the next month or so, I'm going to upgrade from 2 512Mb Corsair ValueSelect DDR400 Modules to the beasty TWINX2048-3500LLPRO 2Gb matched pair :cool:


My motherboard is the ABIT IC7, I can supply either:






To the VDIMM. However, according to ABIT, the supply is actually weak. IE 2.8v may, in actual fact only be 2.75v.


I was wondering if anyone would be able to tell me what voltage is required for the TWINX2048-3500LLPRO to operate at stock speeds?


Also, how well does it OC?


Thanks in advance :)

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Thanks :)


I'll just be having 2 sticks, so 2x1Gb.


As I can't actually set it to 2.75v, and Abit say that the 2.8v is "approximately" 2.75v, do you think I would be okay?


IE If It was actually 2.8v, would it cause damage to the RAM?

If I wanted to OC them, would I need to set it higher (which I can't do :( )


Would the sticks just not function at all if I left it on 2.6v also?


Thanks again :)

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Looking at the configurator thing that recommends the best memory for my mobo, it says:


Most Popular:TWINX2048-3200C2 / DDR-400 (XMS-3200C2) / 2-3-3-6

Best Overclocking:TWINX2048-4000PT / DDR-500 (XMS-4000) / 3-4-4-8

Lowest Latency:TWINX2048-3500LLPRO / DDR-434 (XMS-3500LL) / 2-3-2-6


Obviously, I would like the lowest latency possible, which is why I'm opting for the TWINX2048-3500LLPRO.


I will only be able to overclock it to DDR450 (because of the CPU), do you think it would be able to handle a 225MHz FSB whilst keeping the 2-3-2-6 timings?


And also, as the TWINX2048-3200C2 are cheaper, would that be able to handle DDR450 @ 2-3-3-6 (don't want timings any lower than that if poss).

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I can only tell you what the tested settings are, and you would just have to try them at what you want to run them at. But in either case you might have to relax the timings so Cas 2.5-3-3-6 to get to that frequency at 2.8 Volts. But you just have to try it.
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