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Well guys honestly try not to get wrapped up in the HZ craze, Yes they perform good and get you a good OC but every extremem setup that goes for shear clocks that I have scene have all been something different and not HZ's for the most part.

Just as an example look at before's benches, he uses cellshock,team, wintec (which you never hear anyone talk about) and several others. The highest world records for cas3,4,and 5 are all done using crucial ballistics.

There are other options besides HZ.
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I've gone up to 2.45v with my HZs and they're fine.

Some people have used 2.60v with the COMMANDO just to get to CAS 4 and DDR2 1200 and they didn't have an issue.

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whichever is cheaper in Australia is the one that you should get. Both are good kits.
My HZ Died at 2.35 after about a week with a fan cooling them

probably just a bad stick
    
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Just as an example look at before's benches, he uses cellshock,team, wintec (which you never hear anyone talk about) and several others. The highest world records for cas3,4,and 5 are all done using crucial ballistics.

There are other options besides HZ.
Yeah, quite often it is the "exotic" brands which bring higher OCs
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