What Ram to use with my Opteron 165 ??


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Paul C

WHat ram to use for my Amd 64bit Opteron 165 system ?


I want ram that i can use to overclock to its MAX. Want atleat 2.5 ghz
out of my system stable. I have heard BE6 chips wotk best. Not sure if
any of these are those ?

Also must be 2 gigs.

Iam leaning towards OCZ as i have a 1 gig system using that now and no
probs at all :)

But iam open to all suggestions. the ram seems to be the only thing
iam stuck on. Iam getting a DFI ultra D board and a 7800 GT Leadtek
Vid card. Also 2 160 Gif Sata 2 Samsung drives which i will raid 0
them.

The ram is the problem.


OCZ Platinum PC3200 2Gb Kit 2-3-2-5 (2x1024MB/2048) 400MHz
OCZ4002048ELDCPE-K

MUSHKIN HP Infineon BE PC3200 2-3-2-6 2GB Kit (2x1024Mb) 2048Mb HP3200
991434

G.Skill 2GBHS PC3200/DDR400 2GB Kit (2x1024Mb) Samsung UCCC
CL2.5-3-3-6 (GS-2GBHS-D1H
G.Skill Extreme Series 2GBZX PC3200/DDR400 2GB Kit (2x1024MB)
CL2-3-2-5 (F1-3200PHU2-2GBZX)

TEAM Xtreem Revo-X Infineon BE PC3200 2GB Kit (2x1024Mb) 2048Mb
PC-3200 DDR400 CL2-3-3-5 Brain Power B6U808 PCB TXDR2048M400HC2DC

Any help would be fantastic. Would liek to build my new system in the
near future :)

Thanks.
/PS I have read that memoery timins mean nothing for a 64bit X2
system. If so what ram would you recomend. From what i have read the
memory timins will givce you a 3 to 5% increase in somethings but the
onboard Memoery controler is pretty good and you dont need Low Latency
ram at all.

Thanks for any help.
 
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old jon

Paul C said:
WHat ram to use for my Amd 64bit Opteron 165 system ?

I want ram that i can use to overclock to its MAX. Want atleat 2.5 ghz
out of my system stable. I have heard BE6 chips wotk best. Not sure if
any of these are those ?
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Why don`t you wander over to here:
www.crucial.com
punch in the details, and you`ll be told the choices.

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nos1eep

It is further alleged that on or about Sun, 12 Mar 2006 07:27:52
+1100, in alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt, the queezy keyboard of Paul
C <Paul Coulbourn> spewed the following:

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|They dont have DFI as an Option. No help at all :p

You really should try actually reading the links given. On the first
page select the last option "More Manufacturers", when the next page
displays select Diamond Flower.
http://www.crucial.com/store/ListModel.Asp?mfr=Diamond+Flower+(DFI)&cat=RAM
Additionally, your motherboard manual will give you some info.
 
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Roy Coorne

nos1eep said:
It is further alleged that on or about Sun, 12 Mar 2006 07:27:52
+1100, in alt.comp.hardware.pc-homebuilt, the queezy keyboard of Paul
C <Paul Coulbourn> spewed the following:

|
|
|They dont have DFI as an Option. No help at all :p

You really should try actually reading the links given. On the first
page select the last option "More Manufacturers", when the next page
displays select Diamond Flower.
http://www.crucial.com/store/ListModel.Asp?mfr=Diamond+Flower+(DFI)&cat=RAM
Additionally, your motherboard manual will give you some info.

A third way is to consult the motherboard chip manufacturer's site for
RAM recommendations.


Roy
 
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