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Then you'd best check out SpecialTech who have the 6300 chip in stock for your delectation!

Amendment: Apparently they are due in thursday so are available for order now.

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17-07-2006, 06:18:38

Hi Guys

Well I've just ordered my Asus P5W DH, and I'm looking for some go fast RAM to fill it out with. I was initially going to go with an Conroe 6400, but have since changed my mind, and decided to spend the extra moolah and get the 6600 (even though I'd love to have the 6800, I can't stretch that far :(). Penny for your thoughts on these little beauty's http://www.computeralliance.com.au/parts.aspx?qryPart=6123
Any other suggestions greatly appreciated :)

17-07-2006, 06:59:22

Really quite unclear as far as DDR2 goes mate. I know the Mushkin kits are decent but not a clue on GEIL

17-07-2006, 07:11:26

You mean the XP2's mate? Yeah the Mushkin performs really well on Asus mobo's. I'll have a bit more of a look around, and thanks for the input :)

17-07-2006, 07:28:09

Yeah, i'm running the mushkin on my 630 atm. It's very nice, quite overclockable and perfect for a conroe build.

Unless you are going for a mega overclock on your conroe (phase change etc), then PC6400 should do the trick - otherwise take a look at some PC8000.

Check out the OC3D reviews mate for some figures and pixxorz :)

17-07-2006, 07:59:31

Great mate, thanks for confirmation :)

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