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post #26141 of 28613
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Originally Posted by FallenAngelBK View Post

I have Corsair Vengeance and they are great, as long as you don't mind ridiculously oversized heatsinks! If youre a WEI guy they get a 7.8 with 6gbs stock speed. Btw guys Im back in America so I'll have pics of my Scout sooner or later tongue.gif


Corsair makes Vengeance in low-profile versions:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&DEPA=0&Order=BESTMATCH&N=-1&isNodeId=1&Description=vengeance+low+profile
post #26142 of 28613
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so, the C9 vengeance is has the same timing, voltage, and power as the C9 XMS3.... so what's the difference?
    
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Yeesh! This little fan is a monster. I flip it over to look at the brand....it's a Delta! I'm gonna have to find a use for this biggrin.gif
     
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post #26144 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Trelga View Post

Can a h100 fit in push pull?

No way, unless you put the top fans and rad on top of the case, which would look pretty bad in my opinion redface.gif
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Originally Posted by Kaneda13 View Post

so, the C9 vengeance is has the same timing, voltage, and power as the C9 XMS3.... so what's the difference?

Colors? tongue.gif
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post #26145 of 28613
maybe i will think this though

one of the good ones was corsair vengance 1600 2x2gb because i dont really need 16gb ram and 8 is enough
Edited by angry scout - 8/3/12 at 10:35am
    
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post #26146 of 28613
Cheapshots, I used that extra fan harness and switched the pin connector wires to where they would connect into the led switch molex and the side fan leds still stay on after turning the case lights off.
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okay i have few rams in mind but should i go better mhz or timing?
    
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post #26148 of 28613
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okay i have few rams in mind but should i go better mhz or timing?

good information on that here.
    
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post #26149 of 28613
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Originally Posted by Kaneda13 View Post

so, the C9 vengeance is has the same timing, voltage, and power as the C9 XMS3.... so what's the difference?


Vengeance is a higher-level product line than XMS, and Dominator is higher still.


Disclaimer: This is a extremely simplified way of describing the typical process - it's similar to the way CPU chips are "Binned" to then be sold at different performance levels.


Supposedly DIMMs are selected by how well they test out - they should ALL test out fine at the base performance level that they are sold as (speed, timing, etc.).

The DIMMs are sorted into bins depending on their performance and stabilty.


The best are for use with Dominator heatsinks and will take high overclocking levels - even world record-holding attempts. Has XMP profile capability.

The 2nd best are for Vengeance use with their specific heatsinks and will take high O/C. Has XMP profile.

The 3rd best is reserved for XMS and gets a basic heatsink and is not really designed for O/C. They also lack the ability to use the XMP performance profile in your BIOS settings.

The ValueSelect line has no heatsink, no XMP.

ALL Corsair memory has a limited lifetime warranty!

The best thing about this process is that you typically pay less if you aren't needing the performance level of the next-higher model.

Sales can make this confusing!

However, if you catch a good sale you can get a higher-level model for the same or better price than the lower line...

Other brands follow this same "Binning" process - as well as for CPU and GPU chips.



I used to use triple-channel XMS3 1333MHz in an older i7-920 X58 mobo.

I now use Dominator 1666MHz in my current Scout build.

I've never had a single problem with my memory - good stuff no matter what the version you choose - I even upgraded my i3 laptop to 8GB of Corsair memory recently.

For more info - such as an explanation of XMP profile use, go here:

http://www.corsair.com/us/memory-by-product-family.html
post #26150 of 28613
great explanation, however, XMS3 does allow for XMP.

    
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