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    What's The Best PC133 CAS2 Memmory To Get For Overclocking PIII 600E

    I want to make sure my systems FSB bus speed is not limited by the RAM I put in.

    What is the fastest PC133 memory outthere
    (something that will run stable at FSB speeds of 145MHz+)


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    Mushkin PC133 Athlon tested mem is the best i've heard of - can do like 148 i think

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    HSDRAM 4.6ns

    Check out www.pc133memory.com

    They've got one of the most stable modules out there. pricey though..

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    I am running some generic (I think its micron chips) pc-133 with a be6-II and 600e@902 150mhz FSB. I haven't had any problems with stability either. Todd

    P.S. If you are interested I'll give you the number of the shop where I got mine. They still have some from the same batch there.

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    yeah, the mushkin stuff is great... i've got the high-perf pc133 - it can do 148mhz at cas2, and 163mhz at cas3... i bet if i had a YS Tech fan pointed at it, they'd go even higher!

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    Hi I'll get ABIT BE6-II and 650E FCPGA but this HSDRAM works on it no problem?
    thank

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    taka,

    Of course it will. Just don't buy the 256 and 512k modules though. They're not supported by the BX chipset because of their higher density chips.

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    Thanks for the recommendations guys. You are really a good resource.

    The Final Verdict ... I Choose HSDram
    www.pc133memory.com/store/Order.html




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    OK, if BX doesn't support 256MB sticks, how does one accomplish the advertised 768MB-1024MB of memory advertised my the MoBo makers?

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