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still, they are as cheap as sin. it's not like they need to OC or anything lol
true, but id rather spend 350 or whatever per pc, and upgrade in 7/8 years if i can make it, then spend 100 on each pc, and have them obselete in 2
    
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Intel 320 Series SSD Stock Intel HSF , 2 Antec 100 stock fans, 2 ult... Windows 7 64 Bit Professional Samsung Syncmaster B2430 
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Logitech Illuminated Corsair CX430 V2 Antec 100 Logitech Dinovo 
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post #12 of 12
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Originally Posted by DSF_x View Post
G-Skill 4gb ddr3 1333 ripjaws cl9 1.5v (like a pound more than generic and branded) £34
Uhhh..... that is generic
Anything 1333 CL9 is generic (in that it is generic spec), in which case you should be investing in the cheapest possible 1333 CL9 kit, no matter what brand or whether there's heatspreaders on it or not. There's no difference. Pretty much all RAM companies feature lifetime warranty. If it runs at 1.5V, there's no need for heatsinks on it or any cooling. Otherwise you are better off spending on a DDR3-1600 kit which probably costs the same as that DDR3-1333 kit.
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