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#1 12 years ago

"With this ram... I have been able to increase my overclocking settings to have my P4 3.0 v530 Prescott to 3.405GHz 200MHZ more than before and perfectly stable, media opens in a snap and as RAM opens to operating values it becomes even mroe stable and dependable Always allow 10~14 days to " brun In " your tech ( Industry Rule ) Ramayana Bless" The ram he is talking about is ocz gold series form newegg. Is this ture and what is burn in period??? And is this good ram at all?


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#2 12 years ago

Yes it is good RAM, it has higher tolerances for speed than cheaper and lesser rivals. But unless you are going to overclock with it, save your money for something else as that is the only benefit to buying it. Burn in period sounds like a great phrase but im not sure i heard of it before. If you bugger up an overclock you normally know about it a lot sooner than 10 days.

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#3 12 years ago

Yep, OCZ Gold is generally considered to be solid RAM, ideal for overclocking.


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#4 12 years ago

What he said is fairly accurate, and to answer your question about the ram. Yes, OCZ make quality ram. I use the Gold Series myself and it has treated me well.