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Starting at midnight tonight, NewTech Infosystems (NTI) will be making their new Ninja software – a USB data storage and protection software solution – available free on their web site, www.ntius.com. Unlike most fixed partition USB software, NTI Ninja allows users to adjust the size of their public and private partitions on their portable storage device. In addition, the software provides users with complete storage area anti-tamper encryption and password protection.

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29-09-2006, 20:30:15

dave87
Very nice, just a quick question tho, isn't 2.4v a bit much for ddr2?

Dave

29-09-2006, 23:26:02

speedy
no, 2.5 is what they are warrantied for. well those chips anyways. I haven't read the review yet....but, I believe they are using the micron chips. Those will do 2.4 all day. any higher and you'll cut down on the life expectancy of them big time. Not to mention the need for active cooling.
My Ballistix tracers were running 1014 @ 2.4 for a while and man those suckers got hot during prime.


edit:
And yes, the D9GMH as mentioned in the review are Micron chips...I'd be willing to bet that 98% of manufacturers that use those for their memory can be overclocked to pc-8000 speeds @ 5-5-5-12 @ 2.2v

30-09-2006, 05:03:07

Jim
As spedy said 2.4v is fine for these. OCZ actually warrent them up to this voltage. So if they did fry at 2.4v you could just RMA them :)

30-09-2006, 10:38:10

speedy
sure could, since i'm certain there would be some type of don't ask don't tell policy on that...

and just in case anyone is scratching my head about my last post, i mean some manufacturers that use those chips give the memory the spd rating of 5300, 5400, 6700, whatever, but they can easily reach the 8000 mark with the added voltage.

09-01-2008, 18:00:15

Diablo13
Hi people, I know this is an old thread but I'm new here and read the review of these sticks yesterday. I was impressed and as I am on a budget I think these would fill my needs nicely to upgrade from OCZ gold 6400 sticks I have now. The problem is I looked for them and find they are now discontinued? :( Well as memory is at a good price at the moment and I need 4gig in latency matched pairs, I just wondered if anyone knew where I could still get some? They were only around a year and someone must still have some in stock?
Any help in tracking these down would be much appreciated.

09-01-2008, 18:04:27

Kempez

09-01-2008, 18:27:42

Rastalovich
2x2gb for £77 ! that`s crazy cheap.

2x2 does seem to be where it`s at atm. I regret getting the memory I got tbh.

10-01-2008, 00:00:45

Diablo13
[B]Thank you both for your advice and those are good prices. Thing is if I am going to upgrade I need faster than the 800 memory speed I already have. I am overclocking a Core 2 duo E6850 on an Asus Maximus Formula SE board and the OCZ I have is great to a point, but I want to go a bit higher.
The point about 2x2gb sticks is a good one, but at the moment no one caters for the extra space needed for the fat heatsinks. I think 77 quid is a great price but I would be swapping like for like with no real gain. It seems that after DDR2 6400 the prices start to hike again rapidly.
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10-01-2008, 06:09:03

Kempez
Ah well, the 2gb ReaperX sticks do 1000MHz no problems (DDR500) *shrugs*. RAM speed isn't as important as CPU speed

10-01-2008, 21:19:33

Diablo13
Well I found some Crucial Ballistix 8500's that according to the review on here overclock really well, up to 1220mhz. They were on offer at Overclockers for 170 quid all in for the 4 gig. Thats a great price and great reviews on here that led me to them. I wanted Ocz because my present gold ones have been good, but putting both reviews side by side the Crucials win hands down.
Incidentally I found the Ocz 8800 gold sticks I was originally looking for on AVIA, but considering it's discontinued memory, it was a couple of quid more than the Crucials.
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