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post #11 of 15
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I like Gskill in general have few sets from them and X series (the one above ) have a great feedback from P67 owners ,,sniper is fairly new so it's hard to tell but if you like the looks and what not get it
CL 8 1600 (1.5v)is nice for the price
I don't like the looks, though. The whole gun thing that G.Skill did and Gigabyte did with their mobos is stupid.

I do like the CL8 1.5V kit though, and I've always gone G.Skill as well. I always went with BFG with GPU's, though, and look how that turned out. Just checking if the grass is greener on the other side or not.

What's the benefit of low voltage RAM, do you know?
post #12 of 15
breeding room for OC/less voltage =less heat
    
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breeding room for OC/less voltage =less heat
Good to know good to know. Will keep it in mind, thank you.
post #14 of 15
Regardless of what you get, make sure it matches your current set.
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Regardless of what you get, make sure it matches your current set.
Not supplementing an existing set, replacing it.
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