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I don't see a rebate.
Promotion code I meant, sorry.

The promotion code is: EMCKBKF42
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Promotion code I meant, sorry.

The promotion code is: EMCKBKF42
Ok, fair enough.

For only $10 more (exactly $10), you can have memory that is quite a bit superior to this kit.

Whatever, though: it's your system.

For $5 more, you could have this:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231428
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Ok, fair enough.

For only $10 more (exactly $10), you can have memory that is quite a bit superior to this kit.

Whatever, though: it's your system.

For $5 more, you could have this:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231428
I actually got the ram because of it's colors, silly reason I know.

But yeah I see what you're saying, however I have been advised that 1333 with a 7-7-7-21 timing performs at the same level as 1600 with default timings. So that is why I went with these.

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I actually got the ram because of it's colors, silly reason I know.

But yeah I see what you're saying, however I have been advised that 1333 with a 7-7-7-21 timing performs at the same level as 1600 with default timings. So that is why I went with these.

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Oh. Well the reason why I went with that 1866MHz kit is this:

[bit-tech] The Best Memory for Sandy Bridge

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I actually got the ram because of it's colors, silly reason I know.

But yeah I see what you're saying, however I have been advised that 1333 with a 7-7-7-21 timing performs at the same level as 1600 with default timings. So that is why I went with these.

+Repped
There's actually a TON of great memory out there for cheaper than the 1333 you are looking at right now. They all come in a variety of colors, black, blue, red....

I'd pick a 1600 kit at minimum. You don't have to go with GSkill. Mushkin, Kingston, Corsair, Crucial, AData, they ALL make solid memory kits. Pick a good 1600 kit with the colors you want, and be done with it. Chances are, you'll end up spending less on the 1600's than you will those 1333's.
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Oh. Well the reason why I went with that 1866MHz kit is this:

[bit-tech] The Best Memory for Sandy Bridge

Ah. Cheers for the share. Well, that's okay - I'll be happy with my new build and it should perform very well for me, I'm not planning on doing any hardcore rendering or encoding or anything, just lots of multi-tasking and photoshop.

thanks for your input
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There's actually a TON of great memory out there for cheaper than the 1333 you are looking at right now. They all come in a variety of colors, black, blue, red....

I'd pick a 1600 kit at minimum. You don't have to go with GSkill. Mushkin, Kingston, Corsair, Crucial, AData, they ALL make solid memory kits. Pick a good 1600 kit with the colors you want, and be done with it. Chances are, you'll end up spending less on the 1600's than you will those 1333's.
Not right now (unless he is willing to do a mail-in rebate):

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...E&PageSize=100

Or, unless he likes the look of the Mushkins there.



Edit: I'm not doing any hardcore rendering or video editing. I'm just doing casual gaming and playing here on Overclock.net. Although, I literally live at my computer, so it was worth it for me.
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Not right now (unless he is willing to do a mail-in rebate):

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...E&PageSize=100

Or, unless he likes the look of the Mushkins there.
Am I missing something here, because I see quite a few kits for under $70 that are black or blue on that list.
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G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 16GB $90, G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 8GB $55

G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 4GB DDR3 $24.99


These are all the links that come to mind when sandybridge users think about overclocking or choosing RAM:

Sandy Bridge Memory Scaling: Choosing the Best DDR3

The Best Memory for Sandy Bridge

Choosing the Best Memory for LGA1155 Platform

These articles not only help 1155 users choose RAM but also show what overclocking them really does in terms of benchmarking and everday usage. I recommend reading those before overclocking RAM or choosing it for Sandy!!
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Well, it's a bit late now. Placed my order earlier :\\

I really do appreciate everyone's advice - looks like I should have done a bit more research. Kind of daunting learning everything as a newbie lol :x

@Munaim1 - I got the 8GB deal for 55 with the 7 timings..good look and I was told that the 1333 with a 7 timing performs at the level of a 1600 with default timings.
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