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your not helpful at all infact your post seams kinda rude to me. and everest and superpi are not good benchmarks maybe sisoft i would accept or pcmark. so if your not willing to help. you should just sign off and stop posting thanks for trying but you failed as a person
Let's not argue in my topic. I PM-ed you some proof

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Thanks for the Info Andy +REP Is this the one you bought ?!
That is a picture of Blade series, but the description says "Platinum". The Platinum low voltage version uses a cheaper heatspreader which doesn't take the heat away that well.

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Hmm I looked at this memory but then I thought no because of the cheap price, the Dominators looked better, but what are they like in reality? Are these really 'top of the line'? I don't like the idea of low voltage chips incase they can't handle high voltages so well. And are they as good as OCZ Reapers?
Low voltage is better so it doesn't put out much heat. And these sticks walk all over the Dominators, besides the fact that there are more sets out there that are better then the Dominators anyway. For example the G-Skill PI PC8800, also much better then the Dominators.

You don't like the idea of low voltage? I find that hard to understand. Well you don't hear me complaining running 1261mhz @ 1.9v
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I don't mind the heat I want things that are certified to take high voltage so I can i can kill it with a higher overclock.

How are these compared to the other OCZ i mentioned though? Because the other ones are more expensive.
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So is this the best DDR2 800 RAM out there for the price? (i know the one you are showing is 1066)

Looks great @ $47 on the egg (the standard voltage version ddr2 800?)

newegg doesn't seem to have the low voltage versions
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everest and superpi are not good benchmarks maybe sisoft i would accept or pcmark. so if your not willing to help.
Actually Everest is the best bechmark for showing memory performance because it doesn't use the VGA card in it's measurement.
Just so you know, -n7- is an invaluable source RAM information.
To answer your query about ratios:
Intel processors like the extra speed.
Here is the same FSB at 4-4-4 1:1 and 5-5-5 4:5




As you can see, there is ~10% improvement in performance in Read, Copy, and Latency.
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I don't mind the heat I want things that are certified to take high voltage so I can i can kill it with a higher overclock.

How are these compared to the other OCZ i mentioned though? Because the other ones are more expensive.
The amount of voltage they can take depends on the IC's that are on the modules. Obviously, this new set of OCZ uses different IC's then we have seen so far so they respond different to voltages. For example, 2.2v wouldn't clock it higher then 1.9v simply because the chips are made to run at a certain voltage and certain speed. Feeding it more voltage does absolutely nothing to the maximum clock. 1.9v is the best you can give these without giving it unnecessary voltage.

If you ask me, I wasn't overly impressed with the OCZ Reapers as the G-Skill PI series proved to be better. But now OCZ finally released a really nice set of memory.
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I don't mind the heat I want things that are certified to take high voltage so I can i can kill it with a higher overclock.

How are these compared to the other OCZ i mentioned though? Because the other ones are more expensive.
He's running a 2x2 1066 kit at 1260!!!!!!
Nothing short of the $300 GSkill kit can do that.
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The amount of voltage they can take depends on the IC's that are on the modules. Obviously, this new set of OCZ uses different IC's then we have seen so far so they respond different to voltages. For example, 2.2v wouldn't clock it higher then 1.9v simply because the chips are made to run at a certain voltage and certain speed. Feeding it more voltage does absolutely nothing to the maximum clock. 1.9v is the best you can give these without giving it unnecessary voltage.

If you ask me, I wasn't overly impressed with the OCZ Reapers as the G-Skill PI series proved to be better. But now OCZ finally released a really nice set of memory.
Thanks, that will be enough lol. I just find it suprising that these are the cheapest performance RAM to get, aside form Corsair XMS2
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Actually Everest is the best bechmark for showing memory performance because it doesn't use the VGA card in it's measurement.
Just so you know, -n7- is an invaluable source RAM information.
To answer your query about ratios:
Intel processors like the extra speed.
Here is the same FSB at 4-4-4 1:1 and 5-5-5 4:5




As you can see, there is ~10% improvement in performance in Read, Copy, and Latency.
thats truely interesting. i guess i have a complete misunderstanding of dividers then. i dont understand how at the same FSB running a divider allows the mem bus to be higher. i guess this is where the confusion comes in. thanks for the info.
    
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So is this the best DDR2 800 RAM out there for the price? (i know the one you are showing is 1066)

Looks great @ $47 on the egg (the standard voltage version ddr2 800?)

newegg doesn't seem to have the low voltage versions
No that's not the right set, this is the correct set:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820227453
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If anyone can help me reaching 1300mhz+ memory clock on the UD3P that would be nice. The 3.0 and 3.33 memory multipliers give nothing but trouble.
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