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Corsair XMS3 vs Vengeance vs Kingston HyperX vs Exceleram Black Sark vs red Ripjaws

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Does it make any difference? They're all 2x4GB, 1600 MHz, 9-9-9 and I'll try to get whatever sticks I choose down to 8-8-8. Prices are within a range of a few Euros. Thanks in advance.
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Quote:
Does it make any difference?

in gaming ??
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Quote:
Originally Posted by sunnyFTW;14034886 
in gaming ??

Yeah, mostly. I just don't want to have them making trouble just by kicking the timings down a little notch.
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post #4 of 7
find the cheapest RAM mentioned above and buy that

http://www.overclock.net/amd-cpus/1045991-crysis-warhead-bechmarks-just-fun.html

this may help u, i did some crysis warhead benchmarks on diff speeds and diff timings
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Well I went for the Exceleram. Did some research and it turns out that they're a german brand, and german products are always high quality. biggrin.gif
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post #6 of 7
What color PCB is on Exceleram Black Sark?
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Exceleram Black Sark has black radioators(given by the name I supose).
365

LE: PCB is green biggrin.gif.my mistake
Edited by SlVjPn - 11/14/11 at 9:27am
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