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post #21 of 65
Nope, older iteration - you can tell by the shape of the heatsink

Might still work, but all the ones I posted are releases from Gskill post Sandy Bridge release - they are rated for P67/Z68 Sandy Bridge boards, I believe guaranteed to work.

The 1600mhz CL8 kit I posted above I used in a friends Sandy Bridge build recently - they're BRILLIANT for the price, and I hit 1866mhz @ 9-11-9-28 at 1.65v if I remember correctly, but I didn't test the timings, just used suggested ones from a websites overclock, and they might well get tighter
 
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get a gtx 560 ti you will be able to play all the latest games without any problem....
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Invert_Panda;14501533 
Australia?

Question?

Have a look for your self and don't be lazy.
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Originally Posted by willibj;14501691 
Nope, older iteration - you can tell by the shape of the heatsink

Might still work, but all the ones I posted are releases from Gskill post Sandy Bridge release - they are rated for P67/Z68 Sandy Bridge boards, I believe guaranteed to work.

The 1600mhz CL8 kit I posted above I used in a friends Sandy Bridge build recently - they're BRILLIANT for the price, and I hit 1866mhz @ 9-11-9-28 at 1.65v if I remember correctly, but I didn't test the timings, just used suggested ones from a websites overclock, and they might well get tighter

Is there another brand that sells the same type of RAM?
post #25 of 65
Not sure, I'm not a RAM expert by any means. Is there a shop you have to purchase from?
 
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post #26 of 65
good build, look into the h80 or h100 for cooling its a much better option then noctua
 
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post #27 of 65
I just built my first computer and did a fair amount of research online to find out as much as I could. Mysuperpc.com is a great site that really helped me with all the steps to assemble my computer. Also newegg has a pretty decent series of videos on Youtube to help you with your first build.
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post #28 of 65
^^ He's on a budget. I don't think he's getting the Noctua, that was just a suggestion from someone else. Furthermore the 2500k will comfortably hit 4.5-4.8ghz on a $30 cooler.
 
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post #29 of 65
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Originally Posted by willibj;14501781 
Not sure, I'm not a RAM expert by any means. Is there a shop you have to purchase from?

The two sites that all these parts are from because that way I don't need to pay for shipping and they're very easy for me to pick-up from.
grammar fail I believe
post #30 of 65
Post links so we can search for you ...

*Edit* my bad, it's late, I'm not thinking properly - you already did.

Gimme a second ....

This is perfect ($43):
http://www.msy.com.au/product.jsp?productId=7276

This is better ($50):
http://www.msy.com.au/product.jsp?productId=8094

And if you can swing it, this would be worth getting now (2x4gb 1600mhz CL9 $68):
http://www.msy.com.au/product.jsp?productId=7262

Sticking with 2 sticks is better for upgrade ability later, and helps the memory controller for overclocks. If you plan on going to 8 gb eventually, this is the move to make now. In fact given the price difference, it's hard to recommend anything but the 8gb kit.

You get 100% more RAM, at the same speeds, for less than 50% extra cost upfront. This is THE most logical purchase you can make - 8gb is becoming the standard these days with the prices so cheap; some games are starting to use such, and I know from experience that I'm craving 8gb currently, cause I run out of RAM when multitasking with a bunch of tabs open in my web browser
Edited by willibj - 8/7/11 at 6:58pm
 
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