Originally Posted by timisyourfriend
If you purchase a single matching kit like 4 x 4GB, the modules would match better and results are generally much better. Almost every time I test single kit vs. 2 kits, the timings can go much lower with the single kit, never the opposite.
FOA, thanks for all the replies, of course, I have to check what's available in my country with all this crappy "customs-issue". That's way I was being so specific asking for the kit in the first post.
Back to the topic, that kit is 4x4, today I must check whether the Magic Samsungs finally arrive or not. If they don't, then I have a no-brainer for those memories.
Originally Posted by nleksan
The Ripjaws Z kit I have (see sig) is absolutely awesome. I have been able to get as high as 2360 9-12-11-28 on my 3930K, and as tight as 7-8-7-21 @ 1600. They are definitely worth getting.
What can you guys tell me about the "Compatibility"-thingy?
Because, for example, the RIpjawsZ said they're compatible with Intel chipsets, but the Snipers say they're also compatible with AMD chipsets, but still, both of them will work on any board.
Why they do this clarification regarding the AMD/Intel chipsets if the sticks will work in both of them?
I'm asking because I saw this Snipers... but I'm not sure about them, though.
http://www.gskill.com/products.php?index=338Edited by Leito360 - 2/15/13 at 11:36am