|Mar 2, 2005, 04:31 PM||#1||
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Radeon X1900 XT.....NOT!!
Join Date: Jun 2003
Location: Vancouver, BC
Samsung TCCC and TCCD based Ram
Hi, I went to a local computer store to pick up a 512mb module today and noticed that they carry the TCCC chips.
I heard the TCCD chip suppose to be a very good overclocker with higher voltage, what about the TCCC chip, are they any good interms of overclocking. I did not have time to try out the ram cuz I bought it for someone else who needs it badly.
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|Mar 2, 2005, 04:42 PM||#2|
Radeon Sea Islands
Join Date: Jul 2004
just a clarification. tccd chips generally like regular or barely above voltages (2.6-2.9) not high. winbond bh-5 chips like high.(3.0-4.2v)
not sure about tccc chips.
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