micron chipset

Discussion in 'Overclocking, Cooling & Modding' started by PowerSlide, Jan 13, 2006.

  1. PowerSlide

    PowerSlide Just Started

    saw some KVR with micron chipset..

    how do it overclock? need high V? or jus plain lousy chip to overclock

    anyone hav any experience overclocking micron chipset ram?
  2. Chai

    Chai Administrator Staff Member

    What Micron chipset to be exact?
  3. PowerSlide

    PowerSlide Just Started

    look like this

    mt -5B

    something like dat..
  4. Chai

    Chai Administrator Staff Member

  5. athlonxp

    athlonxp Newbie

    PS, how do u know by the number it is a micron chipset?

    or is there anyway to know wat is the chip just by looking at the number?
  6. PowerSlide

    PowerSlide Just Started

    its jus easy..

    from the link chai give jus see the chipset..on the very left side got a small MT word..dats micron


    dats the exactly same chipset the pic inside the link..

    end with -5B

    hmm..looking at the link it looks need alot V to fly :think:
  7. Chai

    Chai Administrator Staff Member

    See if it's the same 'C' batch. :D

    MT = Micron Technology
  8. liddokun10

    liddokun10 Newbie

    microns are usually good. how well it goes just depends on many factors.

    1. your platform AMD or Intel.
    2. your northbridge chipset (or your on-die mem controller)
    3. your memory
    4. your romsip table (this you gotta try out different bios based on different romsip)

    You could have a great number 1 or 3 but if they dont like number 2, or your number 4 doesnt like ur mem, there goes great fsb, and/or there goes good timings too.

    I've got a A64 3000+ LBBWE that hates my KVR Mosel SCT5B ram and mem dividers. That CPU did well with my cuz HyperX CH5.

    My A643500+ CDBHE (CSIP) seems to like my KVRs. does 11x230 at default 1.35vcore @ 2.7vdimm

    In short, test! test! test!
  9. PowerSlide

    PowerSlide Just Started

  10. Chai

    Chai Administrator Staff Member

    I don't like D43 that much because it's a high latency module.
  11. zy

    zy zynine.com Staff Member

    because you are on an AMD system :p
  12. Chai

    Chai Administrator Staff Member

    Does it really matter? :think:
  13. zy

    zy zynine.com Staff Member

    because AMD systems like tight latencies ? :p as in it will perform even better :p
  14. Chai

    Chai Administrator Staff Member

    I think the performance gain is just like Intel's.

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