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I was reading this review on some new RAM (Crucial BalistiX PC 8500) I'm going to buy and I came across these two terms: "Int Buffer" and "Float Buffer". Does anyone know what these terms mean, and what the scores on these tests say?

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Thanks :-)

PS: Is this the best upgrade from Crucial BalistiX PC 6400?

PPS: These look realy cool, maybe I should by them instead? Crucial BalistiX Tracer PC 8500
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Hard DriveOptical DriveOSMonitor
Western Digital Raptor 150GB SATA 16MB 10000RPM Samsung DVD-burner SH-S183A SATA Black OEM (x2) Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate 64-bit OEM Benq 22" LCD Screen FP222WH 
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Saitek Eclipse II Northq Gigant Reactor, 1000W Apevia X-Plorer Logitech MX518 
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