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Intel chipsets favor higher clock speeds on RAM whereas AMD chipsets love lower timings.
Even on Intel.
Maybe its because I'm benchmarking a friends Socket 478 system though.
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Any updates as to when more of these models will be available? Newegg has some, but not all of them.
    
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I love the black and blue enclosure. I want pricing ASAP as well as whichever SB motherboard has the 2300 on its QVL.
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post #45 of 47
Why are people so concerned with lv ram? It's not like it runs hot or consumes that much power. You're going to save maybe a whole 4 cents a day on power costs, if that.
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Why are people so concerned with lv ram? It's not like it runs hot or consumes that much power. You're going to save maybe a whole 4 cents a day on power costs, if that.
It'll give you more room to volt your CPU for higher overclocking. (Could be wrong)
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post #47 of 47
i dunno really it seems a bit over hyped, i'll stick to team a while see what they come up with
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