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Old 26-07-07, 01:32 PM
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cellshock v2 what's the difference?

Hi,

Which of these is the better choice?

http://cellshock.flagbit.com/en/prod...2-800-cl4.html

http://cellshock.flagbit.com/en/prod...2-800-cl4.html

As far as I can see the chips are different, the voltages too, and the v2 seems to be available at a lower price.

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Old 26-07-07, 01:35 PM
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The difference is the chips used V1 uses the godlike Micron D9GMH and V2 uses Elpida. Not sure how well the Elpida's clock but the D9's are good clockers
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Old 26-07-07, 01:41 PM
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V1 all the way to be honest.
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Old 26-07-07, 02:53 PM
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Yup, I can 3rd that (check the sig and XMS's review)
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Old 26-07-07, 05:28 PM
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Thanks!

Nice to know. Thanks again for more great advice.
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Old 27-07-07, 04:27 PM
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I wonder... do the lower voltages indicate the chips cannot handle as high voltages, or perhaps indicate they are more efficient and might overclock further? Until someone actually tries it I guess we'll not know for sure.
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