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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Oct 2000
    Seattle,W.A, United States

    Kingmax 128mb or new Mushkin 128mb rev 3

    I'am buildinga new computer for Christmas. It will have:
    PIII 800
    SB live value
    IBM 30 gb hd
    Leadtek geforce 2 gts

    I want to overclock the PII 800 to at least 1000, so want to know if getting the new mushkin ram would me reach my goal or would the kingmax be just fine?
    Ha What Say What

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Apr 2000
    Bucharest, Romania
    I think that KingMax will be fine but if you want the best then Mushkin Rev3 is the way to go.

    P3-700e @ 1022 (cBo)
    Abit BX 133-Raid
    128 Mb Micron PC133 Cas3 Ram
    Creative GeForce2 GTS
    IBM 75GXP 30Gb UDMA 100 7200 RPM
    ADi Microscan E66 19" Monitor
    AMD T-Bird 1400 @ 1577 @ 1.85v (9.5 x 166) AYHJA
    Abit KG7
    OCZ Gladiator
    256Mb Crucial PC2100 [email protected]
    Creative GeForce2 GTS
    SB Audigy
    Quantum AS 40Gb
    ADi Microscan E66 19"

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jun 2000
    hills of East Tennessee, USA
    I havent had any experience with the Mushkin but I have 256M Kingmax PC150. It will do Cas 2 at least 145. Others have had theres over 155 Cas 2. Look around and see what people are getting out of the mushkin. See which one will go higher.

    It's just sprinkles.
    T-Bird [email protected] 1.85V
    Asus A7V-ThermoEngine w/38CFM
    512M Kingmax PC150
    19" Sony Trinitron G400
    17" Gateway Monitor
    2 Vid Cards
    SBL! Platinum
    Desktop Theater 2500 5.1 Digital

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Mar 1999
    Austin, TX USA (currently in Bosnia)
    In your case, maximum FSB won't matter since your optimistic goal is 133Mhz and both of those are far more than capable of doing 2-2-2 at that speed.

    The Kingmax is a far better deal and for your intents, it will most certainly do everything the Mushkin will.


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