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http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/Produc...tCode=10005193

http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/Produc...ductCode=80866

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231098

still not really sure on the ram, what ya think?
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Looks good but I can't see the memory.
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Looks good but I can't see the memory.
sry, fixed
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I wouldn't buy any DDR800 ran without CAS4 timings. You aren't going to get far in your OC starting with CAS5.

I would just try and get the DDR800 HZ if at all possible it's only 20 more bucks I think.

I am up to 490MHz FSB on my E6300 since the low multi makes it tougher. The DDR800 HZs will make it all the way to 1000 in most cases.
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I wouldn't buy any DDR800 ran without CAS4 timings. You aren't going to get far in your OC starting with CAS5.

I would just try and get the DDR800 HZ if at all possible it's only 20 more bucks I think.

I am up to 490MHz FSB on my E6300 since the low multi makes it tougher. The DDR800 HZs will make it all the way to 1000 in most cases.
so these?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231084
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beat me to it

I'd also get a 64x0 for $10-$20 more
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Bingo.

The 6420 is a good idea as well.
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Originally Posted by Silviastud View Post
I wouldn't buy any DDR800 ran without CAS4 timings. You aren't going to get far in your OC starting with CAS5.

I would just try and get the DDR800 HZ if at all possible it's only 20 more bucks I think.

I am up to 490MHz FSB on my E6300 since the low multi makes it tougher. The DDR800 HZs will make it all the way to 1000 in most cases.
Sure, the HZs are great for overclocking and they're worth it but the 2GBNQ are pretty good too. Not bad for $85 IMO: G.Skill F2 6400CL5D 2GBNQ - testing.

Will it be worth spending an extra $25 for the HZs? I think so but if he's on a budget? The NQs are good too.
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