Now that we can overclock -- what is the Best RAM?

Discussion in 'Mac Pro' started by cbcarbaj, Jul 6, 2008.

  1. cbcarbaj macrumors newbie

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    Seems like this topic is worth re-visiting in the context of the new overclocking tool from ZDNet.

    In short, which 3rd party RAM seems to giving the best results (ie, fewest parity errors and highest overclock capability) with ZDNet Clock? The ZDNet article indicates that Kingston and Transcend modules work well but looking for comments from others on good/not good RAM.
     
  2. Firefly2002 macrumors 65816

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    Well, traditionally, Kingston, Corsair, Crucial, Mushkin.... they make high-performance RAM for enthusiasts. Not that that's all they sell, but they're renowned for it.

    As for their FBDIMM modules, I haven't a clue. FBDIMMs aren't exactly designed for performance or overclocking, so you've got me.

    I'm not even sure if Mushkins still around actually... haha, back in the day with their legendary CL222 DDR400 BH6 chips ;x
     

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