(Pro Kid @ Jan 30 2004, 12:05 AM) As far as I know corsair can easily do 2-2-2-5 at DDR400. 2-3-3-6 is just its conservative SPD settings.
Pro kid your lack of experience on this is clear.
Corsair based their XMS3200 on various different IC modules.
BH-5: rated at 400 MHz 2-2-2-6 @2.5/2.6V (v1.1 XMS / TWINX)
CH-5: rated at 400 MHz 2-3-2-6 @2.5/2.6V (v1.2+ TWINX LL)
CH-6: rated at 400 MHz 2-3-3-6 @2.5/2.6V (v1.2+ XMS C2)
BH5 IC's are no longer in production and corsairs supply has now dried up. Thier last BH-5 IC's were used up in thier XMS3500C2 memory. Which now no longer has BH-5 chips.
There are new modules named BH-6 on the market at the moment rated at 400 MHz 2-2-2-6 @2.5/2.6V, however i have no idea whether corsair are using them. I know mushkin are however.
The problem with CH-5 and CH-6 is they can't run stable with a RAS-to-CAS of 2 and henceforth have to resort to 3. This doesn't have a massive impact on performance but it's obviously not as good as 2.
You can get it to run at 2-2-2-6 but you would have to give CH-5 over 3.0V to achieve it with day to day stability.
Hope that clears things up
...regards teh' ricjax99
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