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post #191 of 486
Great to see such dedication toward customers! Wish we had vendors over here that would sell Mushkin. Ah well.
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post #192 of 486
great indeed. Thanks Sean!
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post #193 of 486
Oh...one more thing, Sean...do you guys cross-ship? If not, I need to figure out a temp dev box in the meantime.

thanks,

jcleve
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post #194 of 486
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If you are in the U.S, then yes an advanced RMA(cross shipping) is possible.
Let me know if you want to go with an advanced, I'll help you get it set up.
post #195 of 486
Thanks bro. Johnny got me setup and the ram should be enroute today or tomorrow.

So I'm in the process of building a new "server" machine. I use quotes b/c it'll be commissioned to server duties (web, SQL and QuickBooks hosting), but built with all the cool gaming hardware what I like to play with.

I'd like to purchase Mushkin memory for the new build. Mind making a quick suggestion for a 1055t Phenom II X6 (95w) / Crosshair IV Forumula system?

I've lurked around on the Muskin forums and see that the 996744's, 669746's, and the 996782's seem to be popular choices for the platform. I'll eventually have 8 gigs (though probably 4 initially). Are the 996744's still the best choice for an 8gig rig?

Thanks,

jcleve
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Hey i made a Unoffical <m club recently!
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post #197 of 486
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Thanks bro. Johnny got me setup and the ram should be enroute today or tomorrow.

So I'm in the process of building a new "server" machine. I use quotes b/c it'll be commissioned to server duties (web, SQL and QuickBooks hosting), but built with all the cool gaming hardware what I like to play with.

I'd like to purchase Mushkin memory for the new build. Mind making a quick suggestion for a 1055t Phenom II X6 (95w) / Crosshair IV Forumula system?

I've lurked around on the Muskin forums and see that the 996744's, 669746's, and the 996782's seem to be popular choices for the platform. I'll eventually have 8 gigs (though probably 4 initially). Are the 996744's still the best choice for an 8gig rig?

Thanks,

jcleve
Good to see Johnny got your advanced RMA set up for you.

If you are going to go with 4 DIMMs(8GB) the 996744 kit would be a great choice.

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post #198 of 486
Sean,

I wanted to get the 996679 kit, but newegg ran out minutes before I placed my order -_- (and amazon ran out while I had it in my shopping cart, but on the phone) so I ended up getting the 996744 kit. Really excited to try out Mushkin, making this purchase because of Mushkin's PR (aka this topic). I am not too familiar with RAM timings, but I've heard that AMD CPUs can't go below 8-8-7 at 1600MHz. Is that true? Can you show me a good place to learn about RAM timings and speed? What's more important, low timings or high frequency? Thanks.
    
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post #199 of 486
I think AMD favors lower timings over higher frequencies.
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post #200 of 486
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I think AMD favors lower timings over higher frequencies.
no. it does not matter what cpu you have, the lowest timing at the highest possible frequency will always be faster.
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