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So I'm readying my rig for BD's release. As far as ram is concerned what real difference would I see going from 1600 to 1866 ram?

I am tempted to get these Low Profile sticks from corsair, but not sure if I should wait for them to put out a 1866 set.

I imagine there are better sticks btw, G.Skill Eco for instance, Ripjaws X, w/e. I just need them to be black. Which is strangely more limiting than I initially thought...
    
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You will see no difference between 1600 and 1866 memory, well, you'll see it in bench marks but that's it

Tbh, between 1333 with tight timings and 1600 with loose timings they'll still be minimum difference.

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Sweet, Thanks Bro.
    
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You will see no difference between 1600 and 1866 memory, well, you'll see it in bench marks but that's it

Tbh, between 1333 with tight timings and 1600 with loose timings they'll still be minimum difference.

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True and he will see a difference in video editing too.
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Just get the fastest stuff with the tightest timings and you'll be set biggrin.gif
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Video editing involves constant copying/moving/reading/writing from memory and HDD. Faster both is ideal. Both high bandwidth and low timings will provide nice benefit.
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