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Old January 12, 2008, 03:35 AM
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Mushkin PC-4000 2X1G redlines

Redline Memory - XP4000 DDR - Mushkin Enhanced

Had these running 265Mhz 3-3-2-7 at 2.7v perfectly stable, and probably able to go higher. Best DDR1 kit ever IMHO. Again all retail packaging and lifetime warranty intact. Receipt included (they were $400 when I bought them!!!)

Looking for $180=>$170=>$150=>$130... and wont be going any lower. plus shipping as these are pricey new, and hard to find used. SOLD!!

IE:Mushkin Redline XP PC4000 2GB 2X1GB DDR500 CL3-3-2-8 184PIN DIMM Dual Channel Memory Kit W/ Ramsink - DirectCanada

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I agree, best DDR1 2GB kit that was made.
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If only I had something better than a 3700+ to overclock
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If only I had something better than a 3700+ to overclock
Why????

IMO, the 3700+ is without a doubt one of the top single core OC beasts!!!!!

I've dabbled a bit with OC'ing from the early days, but my first real quality OC was a decent stepping 3700+ paired with a DFI ultra-D.

Had to work to get my 3G creds, but it felt like a real accomplishment when I managed to get it done.
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I agree, best DDR1 2GB kit that was made.
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I have a set and best ddr kit i ever owned, will do 267 3-3-2-7 1T @ 2.65v, they dont seam to like high voltage, @ least mine dont, increasing the volts beyond 2.7v dosent net me any more cycles. But then again ddr-500 @ 2.55v is awesome for ddr IMHO.

Good luck with the sale!
If I needed another ddr 2g kit i would be all over this.
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Old January 21, 2008, 04:39 AM
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Hey Flint!!

Perfect set of RAM to pair with that proc

If you want Gimmie a PM and we can hammer out a price LOL

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I have a set and best ddr kit i ever owned, will do 267 3-3-2-7 1T @ 2.65v, they dont seam to like high voltage, @ least mine dont, increasing the volts beyond 2.7v dosent net me any more cycles. But then again ddr-500 @ 2.55v is awesome for ddr IMHO.

Good luck with the sale!
If I needed another ddr 2g kit i would be all over this.
I think I have had this kit upto 277Mhz 3-3-2-8 with 2.85v on my old Ultra-D. Even 1 Mhz past and it would display the graphical error that was famous in the CE-6 IC. I was blown away with the performace these gave at the hight of AMD K8 ownage. My BF2 increases were astounding, although mostly just from the increased size, it really streached the legs of the K8 platform.

I am actually kinda surprised I have had so little response

No worries tho :)
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Old January 21, 2008, 11:49 AM
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I had a killer kit, 287 @ 3-3-2.



And 280 # 3-3-2 for 24/7 use 2.67v




Hope u dont mine me posting a few results, just want to help show that this is great mem. :)
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Wow, Nice clocks Eldonko

Are those sticks CE-6 or CE-5?? Hard to tell I know, but thought I would ask :)

Working on some clocks of my own on my new E8500, 4.5Ghz and climbing ;)

Will be posting in the Intel section shortly
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Do you guys think I am asking too much?? I havn't seen a set for sale in so long, I have no idea...
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