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post #11 of 17
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If there is a 64GB kit might be better then either of these then please let me know.
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Originally Posted by TiezZ BE View Post

Why are you spending this kind of money if it's your first build? Do you need the the performance for a professional application/use? (just interested)

If you could see the build I'm planning you would understand. This is for my personal use and I have the money to spare so I figured if I'm going to do this then why not go all out.
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Why would I understand if I could see the build?

Anyway, If you got that much cash to waste, good luck with it thumb.gif
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I went with Gskill for the 64GB, but 1600 speed , but that was over a year ago. Both those kits are good your showing, i would read some reviews first. When you get to this size you want stability more then speed. If your overclocking the ram, the imc on the cpu will judge the how far you can push it. Sometimes you might get a weak imc on the cpu and the cost of the ram won't justify it. I use mine for ram disks, even overclocked over 5100ghz on my 3820, my ram stays good without errors.
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The board supports 2666 MHz (up to 2800 MHz) so it should work fine.

Personally, I wouldn't get anything clocked higher than 2400 MHz as anything with a higher clock offers no noticeable improvement at all and latency just gets worse for the sake of a bigger number to brag about. The difference between even 2133 and 2666 is just as unnoticeable, you're better off putting the money towards replacing those 480s if you haven't already.
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The board supports 2666 MHz (up to 2800 MHz) so it should work fine.

Personally, I wouldn't get anything clocked higher than 2400 MHz as anything with a higher clock offers no noticeable improvement at all and latency just gets worse for the sake of a bigger number to brag about. The difference between even 2133 and 2666 is just as unnoticeable, you're better off putting the money towards replacing those 480s if you haven't already.

I was not aware there wasn't that much difference between them. And yes I replaced them with 2 Kingpins at the moment and will add 2 more later.
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