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4x4x4x12 pc800 vs. 5x5x5x15 pc1000

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4x4x4x12 pc800 (cas latency 4): http://www.newegg.com/product/produc...82E16820231148

5x5x5x15 pc1000 (cas latency 5):
http://www.newegg.com/product/produc...82E16820231145


You'll notice the pc800 costs 15 bucks more. Will it overclock more with the different timings? Should the clock be left lower with better timings? Which is going to be better overall (esp for overclocking proc), and will it be worth 15 bucks?
    
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get the 1000
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get the ddr2-1000 2x2gb pq's. i'm planning to get those when i get enough money
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Get the G.Skill PC2-8000. Also, there's a secret promo code "hardocp41405" to get another $5 off (at least as of last night).

I run these at 1000Mhz 2.1v EPP now, but had as high as 1066Mhz 2.1v and they are completely stable.
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get the get the 1000 i have them and they are great!
i run them at 2.05v @ around 1000mhz
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Why would the lower cas ram cost more? I've heard it's hard to get the 1000 to 1066, but maybe possible to get the 4x4x4x12 past that point?
    
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