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after 8years+ i got my first part for my upgrade Corsair vengeance 4GB 1600 RAM , wihich will be paired with i3 3220 and asrock b75 m gl r2.0

so want to ask whether latency or frequency which will have more impact on performance with my build

and can i overclock my ram to small margin
    
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You want both, tight timings and high clocks...Your chip may overclock ram decently, there's a cheapo 74usd G.skill Trident X 2400mhz cl10-11-11-31-2t kit at Newegg which is very good. wink.gif
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Speed is more important then timings these days. Latest Intel chips just seem to love the extra bandwith. So with the high speed, timings seem to have become less important.
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Speed is more important then timings these days. Latest Intel chips just seem to love the extra bandwith. So with the high speed, timings seem to have become less important.

thanks can i overclock my ram on my mobo B75
    
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there's a cheapo 74usd G.skill Trident X 2400mhz cl10-11-11-31-2t kit at Newegg which is very good.

i'm from india so i cant buy from newegg and i've already purchased the ram Corsair vengeance 4GB 1600 RAM
    
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post #6 of 28
Try overclocking your current ram...2133mhz cl9-10-10-24-2t might be doable and it would be a decent oc (try 1.65v).
If you can sell those, Crucial makes good cheap ram (1600mhz cl8 kits that overclock quite good), you can find those at Ebay.
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in my country nothing is avaliable shop is www.flipkart.com and you may see how overpriced i got mine at 2500 rupees($50 ) and that too for 4gb so i have to usse this only
    
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Do you have a credit card?
Importing stuff from ebay.com is cheaper normally...that was my suggestion.
Just find out how much the import fees are and if you can import via Ebay, and pay in us dollars via paypal/credit card.
I looked at that flipkart site, and it has very little selection of ram there.
Try to get a second 4gb module later on, that will make a bigger impact on your rig's performance than ram clocks.
You can then start saving for a faster cpu, one that is overclockable and better cooling to have more ocing fun later on.
Good luck!
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Do you have a credit card?
Importing stuff from ebay.com is cheaper normally...that was my suggestion.
Just find out how much the import fees are and if you can import via Ebay, and pay in us dollars via paypal/credit card.
I looked at that flipkart site, and it has very little selection of ram there.
Try to get a second 4gb module later on, that will make a bigger impact on your rig's performance than ram clocks.
You can then start saving for a faster cpu, one that is overclockable and better cooling to have more ocing fun later on.
Good luck!

+rep ,yes i will get 4gb later on but icant really get any more than i3 3220
    
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post #10 of 28
Well, for now it should do...It's a very capable cpu, paired with 4-8gb of ram and a graphics card (if possible, like a 7790) you will be able to game alright.
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