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If I had that kind of money, I would just save it for a titan.
You're never gonna get rid of that memory bottleneck doing that. tongue.gif
post #32 of 91
They should have named this the corsair titan.
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Funny how these come with tiny little heatsinks, but much slower sticks have big huge obstructive chunks of metal strapped all over them.
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*** is this a joke or what ? i can find 2400 and 2800 for less then 150 bucks
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What if these just have better binned samsung chips underneath, these have very high latency though. tongue.gif
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^ single sided MFR
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Funny how these come with tiny little heatsinks, but much slower sticks have big huge obstructive chunks of metal strapped all over them.

Well to be fair, tiny heatsinks and an LN2 pot, lol.
 
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Don't these use the same IC as the 2800MHz TridentX?

Even if these come with the $100 LN2 pot from Kingpin, I have a hard time seeing why they're so expensive when the TridentX go for $300.
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post #40 of 91
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Wow, that's expensive. Be interesting to see how they overclock on LN2 though, how nice of them to include a Kingpin pot. That's probably a decent bit of the cost.
Kingpin Ney Pro Memory cooler $99 USD
Edit ,sorry nubbinator just notice you posted price
Edited by Bullant - 3/16/13 at 2:56am
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