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yea it doesn't make much difference if you just use air or water, maybe slightly, but not much.
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

ima go to microcenter tomorrow and I will ask, but it isn't up gigabyte as to who carries what, it is up to the store, they buy what they can sell.

The OC is designed for heavy overclocking, as far as memory OC goes they should be similar since the OC board is based off the UD3H and the UD4H is a coy of the UD3H as well. If there are special OC BIOSes for LN2 and BCLK the OC board would have them rather than the UD4H, however the UD4H gets the same memory OC profiles that the OC has, well i think boards UD3H and up will all have those memory upgrade profiles, however most of them are meant for really high-end kits.
Lmk! If not, I can always buy it online. Thanks!

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