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Old 19th March, 2003, 04:23 PM
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TwinMOS PC3200

gonna upgrade my ram from 2700 crucial and think after seeing the poor results of the twinmos pc 37000 its best to go for the pc3200 ram, was thinking of gettting this stick, what do you guys think?

TwinMOS PC3200 DDR-DIMM 512MB w/Winbond 67 quid + devilery

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Old 19th March, 2003, 04:28 PM
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Are you running single channel or dual channel ? If dual then go for 2x 256Mb
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I have been using Twinmos with Winbond chips PC3200 for awhile now, then got some Twinmos/twinmos chips, it works ok too, just ordered more, I am happy with it!

I would get the Twinmos with Winbond chips if you are into heavy overclocking.
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What part number is the Winbond?

Hey golfer49,

What part number is on your winbond chips and what timings are you running? I just got some generics with winbond chips but they are giving me all sorts of head aches.
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