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I need to know guys here from YOU all if i buy two kits of These will i be able to do a tri-channel with my X58 setup??i find it cheaper to do so..unlike buying a 3x2gb kit..also eyeing on 2 kits of this one too..why do i want 2 kits well its just preparation in case i will buy the next platform next year and also buying 2 kits is alot cheaper than buying a single tri-channel kit..

also i consider this one too..Gskill is the only affordable kit here from where i am standing..

i need your thoughts on this matter also i need to know if they will go tri-channel..also will be considering how they perform in overclocking..hope you guys can give help..TIA!!
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There's nothing in a memory kit that says "I will not work in tri-channel". Triple channel kits are just certified/tested to work in a tri channel configuration. G.Skill is definitely my favorite brand (the one I keep coming back to) when it comes to RAM.
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There's nothing in a memory kit that says "I will not work in tri-channel". Triple channel kits are just certified/tested to work in a tri channel configuration. G.Skill is definitely my favorite brand (the one I keep coming back to) when it comes to RAM.
thanks for the reply man..so basically if i buy 2 kits and use 3 sticks it will really do a tri-channel..i was hesitating on the purchase since i might eventually fail..although i saw 1 user did it for the ECO's but i am eyeing more on the Ripjaws-X..

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I second that opinion on G.Skill! Nice price and reliable.
From the ones you listed i would go for the ecos:
http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=247
or
http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=361
The other ones are too high for my taste. They would never fit under my C14.
Normaly i would always go for the higher frequency but these ecos are very tempting.
They got nice timings and 1600MHz wich should be enough unless you are a crazy benchmarker. I would pick the Ecos (first link in my post )!
Edited by Mr.Eiht - 6/16/11 at 8:24am
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The Eco's or these Sniper's
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231461
low voltage on Intel is the way to go
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Originally Posted by Mr.Eiht View Post
I second that opinion on G.Skill! Nice price and reliable.
From the ones you listed i would go for the ecos:
http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=247
or
http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=361
The other ones are too high for my taste. They would never fit under my C14.
Normaly i would always go for the higher frequency but these ecos are very tempting.
They got nice timings and 1600MHz wich should be enough unless you are a crazy benchmarker. I would pick the Ecos (first link in my post )!

looks i'm leaning on your picks..well read some deep reviews that the eco's can do 1800+ mhz..made me more jizzle..

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Originally Posted by Redwoodz View Post
The Eco's or these Sniper's
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231461
low voltage on Intel is the way to go
thanks for the opinion..and will consider the 2x4gb ones..well it seems cheaper too..that way i will end up with 12gb for 3 sticks.. kinda tempting for the long run..

Thanks everyone.. +rep
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