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Ram for work-based application

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Hi, i am going to assemble a desktop based on a bit leaning towards more work-based orientated desktop. I would be using either; MOBO - ASUS P5Q DELUXE or GIGABYTE EP45-DS3R, CPU - Q6600, PSU - ANTEC TRUPOWER 650W, GRAPHICS CARD ???, RAM ???. Could anyone refer me to some reliable yet fast rams with low clock latency to allow faster prefetching? My system would revolve around Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, AutoDESK Inventor, AutoCAD 2009, MATLAB, LABVIEW and Visual Studio.net '08. I would kindly appreciate if anyone here could fill me in on the missing components thank you.
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well what kind of Work-Based....becuase there are alot of types
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i am looking at RAMs, which could deliver with low clock latency to handle applications like Adobe photoshop, illustrator, AutoDESK INVENTOR, AUTOCAD, MATLAB, Video Rendering etc.
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I use draw and illustrator. These can run 3-4-4-12 at 800 MHz or 1066 at 5-5-5-16 :

http://www.directron.com/ocz2t800c31g.html

These will do even better:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820145165
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E8400 EO @ 4.25 GHz Gigabyte EP45-UD3P Rev 1.1 9600 GSO(I'm a Folder not a Gamer) 2x2GB GSkill Pi 9600 5-5-5-15 1212 MHz 2.1v PL8 
Hard DriveOptical DriveMonitorPower
WD 500GB 7200 SATA 3 PIONEER DVD-RW 115DBK 20X Samsung SyncMaster 22in. Corsair 550VX 80PLUS 
Case
Antec 900 (4)12cm (1)20cm 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
E8400 EO @ 4.25 GHz Gigabyte EP45-UD3P Rev 1.1 9600 GSO(I'm a Folder not a Gamer) 2x2GB GSkill Pi 9600 5-5-5-15 1212 MHz 2.1v PL8 
Hard DriveOptical DriveMonitorPower
WD 500GB 7200 SATA 3 PIONEER DVD-RW 115DBK 20X Samsung SyncMaster 22in. Corsair 550VX 80PLUS 
Case
Antec 900 (4)12cm (1)20cm 
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