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Monday, 28 May 2007 10:36

Another record for overclocked DDR3

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Team Group DDR3 at 2,036MHz


We wrote about Micron's DDR3-1333 overclocked to 2,200MHz a few days ago, and this time it's about Team Group's 1,066MHz DDR3 Dual Channel overclocked to 2,036MHz.

Credits for this overclock goes to "Simani". He manage to get two 1,066MHz 1GB sticks to 2,036MHz. He used an ASUS P5K3 Deluxe motherboard with Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 clocked at 3,054MHz, with a 509MHz FSB. These two sticks came from Team Group. Latencies were at 9-7-6-20 which still gives some room for a further overclock.

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You can check out more at Xtremesystems.org, where you can also take a look at the Everest memory test result, which ended up at 11.070 MB/sec.


 

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