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ah it worms my heart

You should get that checked out...that can't be good tongue.gifbiggrin.gif
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This RAM makes extreme CPU's look like a sensible purchase.
Anyone who pays more than a couple hundred bucks for RAM these days needs to be put down.
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you disgust me

What is your problem?
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Jealous much?

If I'm jealous of him, then I hope I get cancer and go blind.

The guy's a moronic sheep. I'm disgusted by him. There's a huge difference.
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In other news, keep buyin that $1600 RAM playa

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Jealous much?

If I'm jealous of him, then I hope I get cancer and go blind.

The guy's a moronic sheep. I'm disgusted by him. There's a huge difference.

People value certain things more than others. I've been very lucky with my education and investments so how I choose to spend them is up to me. Why live like crap? Why not spend what you have? I'm a moronic sheep because I can afford 3 houses, 4 cars, and race horses at 23 while being in professional school without assistance? Im sorry that our views of worth conflict, but ur an ass for no reason. The moronic sheep is the person who didn't figure out how to do that. You're obviously one of them.

Items like the high end ram in this thread are priced according to how exclusive the company wants the product to be. Doesn't cost nearly thst much to make it. The sole fact that the product is expensive makes it worth more, even if it performs the same as the cheaper, because less ppl have it. Ex: gskill v corsair ram. Corsair costs more for the same performance. Ppl buy it bc of the image and reputation of the company.

Gskill just put out some solid ram, regardless of cost. If money was no option I'm sure most ppl on the forum would buy it or another brand's comparable. At 3199 euros you pay a premium for the best, but it is the best. Same goes for CPUs. High end xeons are just as much
Edited by fat_italian_stallion - 12/14/11 at 12:03pm
 
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People value certain things more than others. I've been very lucky with my education and investments so how I choose to spend them is up to me. Why live like crap? Why not spend what you have? I'm a moronic sheep because I can afford 3 houses, 4 cars, and race horses at 23 while being in professional school without assistance? Im sorry that our views of worth conflict, but ur an ass for no reason. The moronic sheep is the person who didn't figure out how to do that. You're obviously one of them.
Items like the high end ram in this thread are priced according to how exclusive the company wants the product to be. Doesn't cost nearly thst much to make it. The sole fact that the product is expensive makes it worth more, even if it performs the same as the cheaper, because less ppl have it. Ex: gskill v corsair ram. Corsair costs more for the same performance. Ppl buy it bc of the image and reputation of the company.
Gskill just put out some solid ram, regardless of cost. If money was no option I'm sure most ppl on the forum would buy it or another brand's comparable. At 3199 euros you pay a premium for the best, but it is the best. Same goes for CPUs. High end xeons are just as much

You're a perfect example of what's wrong with the world today. Your response is formulaic, predictable, moronic, and as always, disgusting. You clearly have no morals, dignity, or guiding principles (cept $$$, which clearly has guided you well). You sicken me.

Keep living the lie. When you die, I'm sure you'll be reunited with your cars and race horses.

PS. The best part of all this is that you think you're in control and that you made a life for yourself, when in reality, you're taking it in the bum from the capitalist pig society that's made and trained you. thumb.gif
Edited by Baron_Davis - 12/14/11 at 12:10pm
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Do want.
But in all reality, you would need to be doing some major video editing or server/hosting to need 64gb. Not needed for the average user (or even enthusiasts).
I'm digging the speeds though. 2400mhz is crazy fast.
Or turn 48GB into a RAM drive.
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Do want.
But in all reality, you would need to be doing some major video editing or server/hosting to need 64gb. Not needed for the average user (or even enthusiasts).
I'm digging the speeds though. 2400mhz is crazy fast.

Run most applications on RAMDisk and just laugh at people that use SSDs tongue.gif
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ah it worms my heart

That sounds painful.
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For the enthusiast these would be perfect dimms. Would allow for great benching and ram disk applications would fly. I'm curious just how fast these can go. Isn't the world record OC just above 3ghz for ram?

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People value certain things more than others. I've been very lucky with my education and investments so how I choose to spend them is up to me. Why live like crap? Why not spend what you have? I'm a moronic sheep because I can afford 3 houses, 4 cars, and race horses at 23 while being in professional school without assistance? Im sorry that our views of worth conflict, but ur an ass for no reason. The moronic sheep is the person who didn't figure out how to do that. You're obviously one of them.
Items like the high end ram in this thread are priced according to how exclusive the company wants the product to be. Doesn't cost nearly thst much to make it. The sole fact that the product is expensive makes it worth more, even if it performs the same as the cheaper, because less ppl have it. Ex: gskill v corsair ram. Corsair costs more for the same performance. Ppl buy it bc of the image and reputation of the company.
Gskill just put out some solid ram, regardless of cost. If money was no option I'm sure most ppl on the forum would buy it or another brand's comparable. At 3199 euros you pay a premium for the best, but it is the best. Same goes for CPUs. High end xeons are just as much

You're a perfect example of what's wrong with the world today. Your response is formulaic, predictable, moronic, and as always, disgusting. You clearly have no morals, dignity, or guiding principles (cept $$$, which clearly has guided you well). You sicken me.

Keep living the lie. When you die, I'm sure you'll be reunited with your cars and race horses.

PS. The best part of all this is that you think you're in control and that you made a life for yourself, when in reality, you're taking it in the bum from the capitalist pig society that's made and trained you. thumb.gif

And it makes even less sense why ur part of a forum that promotes excess if u believe that. When I die I'm dead. Not like there's anything to be waiting for. There's only one life. Might as well enjoy it. My morals are stipulated by my profession. I guarantee I give more than you. Did you clothe 2,000 children last winter and 600 this winter so far like I did? Did u give 15% of ur income to charity? Doubt it. Don't preach morals to me. U can't give unless you have. What u may consider excess pays for people to live. It drives our economy. My "toys" allow ppl to take home a living that is much higher than the average pay for the work they do. I honestly don't care about $. I was happy when I was poor. It just allows for more fun more often. Those that preach never act. I will enjoy all that I have and those around me will as well.
 
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