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G.Skill Extreme Series DDR 500

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Is this TCCD that everyone talks up? I dont really know that much about RAM OC but it seems to be important to have this top quality (but hard to find?) type to get the most out of my rig. My mobos a bit quirky and doesnt have a divider per sey so should I persue the top level of RAM or sit tight and ride out the dual core/DDR2 AMD changes coming up? That is to say am I beating a dead horse with my mobo with no divider to fine tune a RAM OC?
To put things in perspective my Corsair 512x4 are already spoken for on e-Bay and Im going to switch to 2x 1GB sticks to make the mobo happy and you all seem to be on the G.Skill bandwagen so thats where Im looking.
As usual thanks in advance for all the knowledge!
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These are likely to be the 2x1Gb modules (HZ kit) and so cannot be TCCD as TCCD can only run up 512Mb per module due to chip capacity.
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I was looking at the same sticks, I believe they are UCCC modules, and while they cant get as high as TCCD, they do pretty well for themselves. I've seen people with these get up to 300mhz (stock= 250mhz). Its samsung ram.. the UCCC is 2nd best or very close to TCCD.
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Crucial M4 256gb 2x Samsung 18x DVD-RW Custom Watercooling Windows 7 Home 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
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