OCZ Gold Series EL PC-3200 with Voltage eXtreme technology is a revolutionary line of memory designed to pursue a new level of DDR performance. At 2.6V volts the VX modules feature 2-3-3 timings, but running at 3.2 volts, the PC-3200 Gold VX is capable of blistering timings of 2-2-2! We take these eXtreme modules and put them to the test today for your reading pleasure
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Quick question, I know AMD love tight latency, but I run a P4 3.0E, p4c800, ocz plat rev2 (2.5,3,3,5) @ 250mhz
Would 2,2,2,5 with VX (or other BH* IC) increase performance much?
fscussel wrote:hummm I can get 3.07 volts in my VDIMM, dunno why, aparently there's a bug in my NF7-S that is making it overvolt in the vdimm... when I choose 2.9 volts (mobo max) it gives me 3.07volts in windows (MBM5, etc). With 3.07 wouldn't I get good results with the VX's?
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