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that one with that raystorm block is very hard to beat I think only a really nice ek kit with supremacy would be the only thing that could beat it... I like 16gb at 2475 more than 32gb as I never get into the 4th stick of memory(practically speaking).. more memory could make a difference in a ramdisk type setting ..

try and hunt down a 2400 kit they aren't that much more... the highest kit you can get that are actually worth spending money on are http://www.amazon.com/Team-PC3-20800-2600MHz-10-12-12-31-Channel/dp/B0077BAHVW/ref=sr_1_12?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1372438747&sr=1-12&keywords=ddr3+2600 or this gskill with a hell of a discount in comparison http://www.amazon.co.jp/G-Skill-F3-2600C10Q-16GTXD-DDR3-2600-CL10-4GB%C3%974/dp/B0085SUX1U/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1372438783&sr=8-1&keywords=ddr3+2600



Those are what my next ram kit is (not quite next i got some 6-8-6 pi ram in the mail to be here today only 8gb and 1600mhz though,)
If I was allowed to sell I would have tried to sell you 4 of my special samsung sticks instead of trading them but damn ToS

Any IVY-E will be waaay cooler than haswell GUARANTEED
Theres my initioal post and I have previous posts that say the only thing I think is bad about the raystorm is it has a wierd tubing size


also in another thread I go on to say that the phobya has the highest score and on to further discuss it has slightly more restriction and alot of people just plain dont like them http://www.overclock.net/t/1151946/official-asus-rog-rampage-iv-x79-owners-club/5770#post_20308440

read that about blocks!! current convo in this thread


Originally Posted by chino1974 View Post

Guys the XSPC Raystorm cpu blocks do have a slight bow to them. They are very good for socket 1155. But no so much for socket 2011. It you do a search on the water cooling thread you will see. There was a big article about it last year. They are made with a slight crown to them. And that effects their performance on socket 2011 cpus. I love the Raystorm block. But as soon as I bought the RIVE I dedided to use my Apogee HD.
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Stren performed those tests with a 3930k.
    
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Theres my initioal post and I have previous posts that say the only thing I think is bad about the raystorm is it has a wierd tubing size


also in another thread I go on to say that the phobya has the highest score and on to further discuss it has slightly more restriction and alot of people just plain dont like them http://www.overclock.net/t/1151946/official-asus-rog-rampage-iv-x79-owners-club/5770#post_20308440

read that about blocks!! current convo in this thread


Originally Posted by chino1974 View Post

Guys the XSPC Raystorm cpu blocks do have a slight bow to them. They are very good for socket 1155. But no so much for socket 2011. It you do a search on the water cooling thread you will see. There was a big article about it last year. They are made with a slight crown to them. And that effects their performance on socket 2011 cpus. I love the Raystorm block. But as soon as I bought the RIVE I dedided to use my Apogee HD.

LOL.... what?

Stren did the tests on a 2011 setup and I am running a 2011 setup and working beautifully.
 
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Cheers for those links mate, I'll definitely keep them in mind. Problem is that the USD to AUD conversion is favouring the US atm and it is probably cheaper to buy over here. I can't find that kit anywhere in Aus, so I think I'm going to stick to the G.Skill Trident 2400, but IF the Aussie dollar gets a bit stronger, I'll consider them
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look on amazon they have alot of kits on there
Also I would look for deals out of japan if i were you. I see stuff wither about the same or a few hundred off from USD depending on the part.. Like the expensive g. skill 2600 kit is 360$ there and 450$ here
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