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Looks like, hopefully they are low profile heatspreaders. I hate high-heat spreaders especially when they can block 3rd party coolers.
Yes thats the Biggest issue i have faced with my previous rig when i had Those DOMMINATORS those heatspreader usually comes in bettween the Cooler and i had to rotate it :s and the drawback was it takes the hot air from the card
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post #12 of 38
6-8-6-24 @ 1.65V? You can get Mushkin's with the same/better timings. And those overclocking timings aren't that great tbh.
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Is it just me or does DDR3 seem to be going downhill in regards to speed an timings? I mean my kit is old an can do better I realize that it mine is also expensive but there was cheaper ram around that could do better.
What happened to all the good chips?
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post #14 of 38
sig rig has better timings than those sticks and mushkins

i should get around to overclocking and play with the timings a bit


this may be a tad off topic, but how do cl6 ddr3 kits with the 6-8-6 timings compare to 7-7-7 sticks?
    
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post #15 of 38
eh i might get them.... i would buy a set from a tester to try them but depending on price im not going to sell the farm to get a few sticks of black ram
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post #16 of 38
Looks nice but they kind of went overboard for the packaging...I mean I can understand a metal case with stuff like the ASUS Ares, but for a couple sticks of ram?
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post #17 of 38
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6-8-6-24 @ 1.65V? You can get Mushkin's with the same/better timings. And those overclocking timings aren't that great tbh.
The team that developed this ram was formed by Mushkin EU and Taiwan.

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Is it just me or does DDR3 seem to be going downhill in regards to speed an timings? I mean my kit is old an can do better I realize that it mine is also expensive but there was cheaper ram around that could do better.
What happened to all the good chips?
They went out of business. Much of the better binned ICs are out of production now.
    
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post #18 of 38
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this may be a tad off topic, but how do cl6 ddr3 kits with the 6-8-6 timings compare to 7-7-7 sticks?
6-8-6 should perform about on par with 7-7-7 AFAIK
 
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post #19 of 38
Nice looking kit but I wonder the cost on shipping to the USA and vice versa.

Any idea if it will be available world wide?
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post #20 of 38
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Originally Posted by steven937595 View Post
this may be a tad off topic, but how do cl6 ddr3 kits with the 6-8-6 timings compare to 7-7-7 sticks?
6+8+6 = 20ns
7+7+7 = 21ns
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