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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

yeah but bf4 64p doe

Yeah, but dat lack of proof from a legitimate source doh.
post #6332 of 19578
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Originally Posted by jameyscott View Post

Yeah, but dat lack of proof from a legitimate source doh.

there's a fair few tests done in this thread which suggest some benefit wink.gif
post #6333 of 19578
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Originally Posted by fleetfeather View Post

there's a fair few tests done in this thread which suggest some benefit wink.gif

Somebody might be getting a RAM kit for Christmas along with those new Q701s...
post #6334 of 19578
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Originally Posted by Menphisto View Post

Because im a Corsair fanboy biggrin.gif
So you like over spending for mediocre ram? That's cool. :-D

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post #6335 of 19578
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Originally Posted by jameyscott View Post

Somebody might be getting a RAM kit for Christmas along with those new Q701s...

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Originally Posted by BGKris View Post

So you like over spending for mediocre ram? That's cool. :-D

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I had a line on a pair of 4gb Samsung green sticks for $90 which I passed on for a pair of 4gb Dom Plats for $140

Sometimes, you just gotta consider the 'sthetics smile.gif
post #6336 of 19578
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If you want some performance ram at a decent price, look into the G.Skill TridentX 2400Mhz C10 ram. I've heard, depending on the kit you get, that you can clock it down to C9 without changing the voltage. If you are just gaming and not benching. Don't bother buying better RAM unless you are using 1333Mhz ram...

Think that'll be hit and miss with that kit. I certainly couldn't drop it down to C9 out of the box, cmd rate no prob though. And with them selling the same kit but rated at cas9 for a few quid more i'd be quite surprised
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So you like over spending for mediocre ram? That's cool. :-D

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lol. Mine says otherwise. tongue.gif
post #6337 of 19578
You can get better than sammy greens for far less than $90

(source: have sammy greens and am jelly of RAM numbers)
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You can get better than sammy greens for far less than $90

(source: have sammy greens and am jelly of RAM numbers)

TX's cost in excess of 200 here in Australia. Not jelly of those timings tongue.gif
post #6339 of 19578
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TX's cost in excess of 200 here in Australia. Not jelly of those timings tongue.gif

Ah i didn't realize you were using the wrong kind of dollars
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Ah i didn't realize you were using the wrong kind of dollars

haha tongue.gif
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