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August 3, 2001 9:37:04 PM

pc2400 256 RAM
0118 (on front of chip) 0116 (on back)
mT 46V16M8
TG -75A

Is this any good for o/cing?

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August 3, 2001 10:37:49 PM

Try to overclock it and find out.

I'm assuming you pulled it out of an OEM machine?

Quarter pounder inside
August 6, 2001 2:00:46 AM

PC2400 ram IS good for overclocking!
thats 150mhz base bus speed versus 133 for standard PC2100 ram.

and judging by the 2-2 it should be capable of doing 150Mhz @ Cas2.
probably even higher.

i have PC150 SDRAM rated at 3,3,2. i can do full cas 2 all the way up to 160Mhz.

overclock, then run something like seti@home to stress test it.

"i love the smell of Overclocking in the morning!" Says my Hamster.
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August 6, 2001 11:47:11 PM

I tsounds like third party Micron chip PC2400, which is actually PC2100 that is garunteed to overclock.

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August 7, 2001 12:35:35 AM

Don't know but it sounds like PC2400 using 7.5ns DRAMs, "-75A". I've never seen PC2400 but I would think it should be using 6.5ns DRAMs.