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DDR3 1600Mhz‎ - ‏2x2GB G.Skill Ripjaws X Edition Dual Channel CL6-8-6-24‎

Kingston Hyper X Genesis 8GB Kit (4GBx2) DDR3 1600Mhz

Transcend AxeRam 4GB Kit DDR3 2000Mhz CL9 1.6v
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Depends on what you're doing really. Also on the rest of your system which we cannot base your question off of.

Do you know how to add your computer to your profile/signature as mine is?
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i want to buy a new computer
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I'm a big fan of the g.skill. Just go 8 gb if you're building a new 64 bit OS computer.
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i want to buy a new computer
You mean build a new one right? , Also depends on your application of what the system is used for, is it going to be an overclocked system? or is it going to be a gaming system? or a folding rig? or and everyday rig? if you choose one of these we can help you in picking out the best priced parts for you.
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oc 5 ghz and gaming
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Seems like the highest performer of the bunch is the g Skill 6-8-6, but if you want 8 gigs like the hyper x I suggest these,

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231445

they will out perform the kingston and have better timings

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oc 5 ghz and gaming
Are you a first time oc? Thats a high goal if you are a first timer.
Edited by Oozypunk - 8/11/11 at 8:20am
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oc 5 ghz and gaming

Nothing like just diving in ehh?? LOL

You should be looking at a 2500k or 2600k i5 or i7. Go with a quality motherboard. I recommend the one in my sig rig personally.

No matter how good your chip can do, if its on a crappy motherboard, you will have crappy overclocks.
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Originally Posted by RyanRacer48 View Post
No matter how good your chip can do, if its on a crappy motherboard, you will have crappy overclocks.
I know how that is! lol in my first build i bought an ecs board to overclock a phenom x4 9850, bumped it from 200 to 205 and boom, board was dead

Edit: sorry that 200-205 was bus speed. thought i would include that.
Edited by Oozypunk - 8/11/11 at 8:37am
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