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Sandy Bridge Certified Ram, just a marketing gimmick?

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So the companies are rolling out special rams for sandy bridge platform, do they anything special over older dual channel DDR3 kits or its just a marketing gimmick?
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Sounds like another marketing gimmick to me!

Just like SLI certified RAM or Crossfire certified RAM....
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