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Where to get PC2100 Ram at CL2 ?

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Anonymous
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April 20, 2001 2:52:58 PM

Hi,
testers in all reviews i have read so far used DDR Ram at CL2 speed, but i haven't been able to find a place where i actually could buy those modules. I could only find those "slow" modules at CL 2.5 :( 
Does anybody know where to buy CL2 modules in Europe (I live in Germany) ?
What companies do already produce PC2100 DDR-Ram at CL2 ?

Thanks a lot !

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April 21, 2001 10:21:42 AM

I've yet to see any for sale on the web either... All the CAS2 RAM on testers websites are engineering samples. Call Crucial and tell them you are a developer- they will sell it to you.

-MP Jesse

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Anonymous
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April 22, 2001 9:38:58 AM

Apacer PC2100 are able to run at CL2.
http://www.apacer.com/news/launch/index_pc2100.htm

I got mine here in Sweden so they should be available to you to.


They're also the first to just release PC2700(!). I feel an upgrade coming on... :) 



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April 22, 2001 6:04:37 PM

The Crucial PC-2100 I have will run just fine at CAS 2-2-2 even though it's only rated at CAS 2.5-3-3.
April 22, 2001 9:05:42 PM

The only DDR 2100CL2 I have found is Corsair, but only in 128M modules because the 256M was recently recalled. This is based on some thorough researching I have done over the last week.

I prefer 256M and CL2 myself. Then again, it appears all the CL2.5 DDR from Corsair, Micron/Crucial, and Mushchin appears to work well - stable and capable of decent overclocking. This is what is being said out there, no first hand experience.

Please, if anyone wants to expand.

JB
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