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April 28, 2005 11:11:36 AM

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Hello, All!

Is it possible to mix 4 sticks of 512mb memory, 2 banks at CAS=3 and the
other two at CAS=2.5?

Impact, e.g. stability, overclocking potential?

Thanks,
Colonel Blip.
E-mail: colonelblip.no.spam.please@bigfoot.com



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April 28, 2005 6:05:12 PM

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Probably all of them will run at cas 3. Overvolting may resukt in cas 2.5
for all the set.

The major impact in performance is done by overcloking the DDR from 400 to
450.

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> Hello, All!
>
> Is it possible to mix 4 sticks of 512mb memory, 2 banks at CAS=3 and the
> other two at CAS=2.5?
>
> Impact, e.g. stability, overclocking potential?
>
> Thanks,
> Colonel Blip.
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