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Seem like good sticks and a good deal.
or what about these guys.. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-277-_-Product
post #62 of 66
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They're all fine for this build. It all comes down to how much you want to spend. These are rated for 1600MHz CAS 9, though, which kind of sucks.
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They're all fine for this build. It all comes down to how much you want to spend. These are rated for 1600MHz CAS 9, though, which kind of sucks.
well i dont know what teh diff is between them.. thats why im asking cause im just wondering will it slow down my ability to over clock?
post #64 of 66
Not really at all; many 1600 9-9-9kits won't hold you back and the Ripjaws actually overclock pretty far.
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Not really at all; many 1600 9-9-9kits won't hold you back and the Ripjaws actually overclock pretty far.
ok cool well im going to go with that and use the money i saved toward a good liquid cool system.... by any chance woudl anybody know of a system that i can liquid cool a

Amd 1090T and 2 ATI 6950 Graphic cards?
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ok cool well im going to go with that and use the money i saved toward a good liquid cool system.... by any chance woudl anybody know of a system that i can liquid cool a

Amd 1090T and 2 ATI 6950 Graphic cards?
You'll need a custom loop. Water blocks, tubing, clamps, pump, reservoir, radiator, and some chemical stuff to keep the water clean. Make sure you use distilled water if you're going this route.

Yeah, as you can tell, it's a lot of work. Plus, the risk of leakage is enough to steer some people away from water cooling.

Also, make sure you've got a case that can fit all this stuff.
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