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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820148070

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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...E16820231166??
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I'd go with these, unless you are really hooked on having the fancy tracers.
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The tracers look gorgeous. Paying the extra few bucks pays off in the end.
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Tracers
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The tracers look gorgeous. Paying the extra few bucks pays off in the end.
If you look at the timings on the Tracers vs the timings on the Ballistix that Mr. Jules has linked to.......you'll see that they're pretty much the same sticks.....but the Ballistix are far cheaper, and they're great overclockers!

That claim is pretty much born out in this list of RAM IC's.
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Well what about the corsair and g.skill 2x2 4gb kit are they better then crucial ?
what about performance comparison between this 3 ram models?

4x1 4gb crucial ballistix tracer vs 2x2 g.skill kit which one going to be better for performance?
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