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RAM cooling is a gimmick these days, seriously, DDR3 produces minimal heat and the difference between 1.65v and 1.69v is 0.5 degrees.

And if you need to, the PIs i suggested come with a free cooler, but you dont need to install it....

My RAM is designed for Intel, yet it runs on AMD perfectly fine and not even hot.

Remember, even though it has slow timings, it has slow timings at 2133, and to be honest i wouldnt even consider 7-10-7 to be slow, thats pretty good, if you drop the speed to 1600, it frees up a lot of timing space and you could get 6-6-6, 5-7-5 or 6-7-6 im guessing.
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i will be showing those to my brother later on today probly to see what he says and then make decisions if those 2133 Mhz rams you showed are good aswell
Well, if he knows how to tune RAM, he will agree with me, they are a great option , lots of Timings headroom at 1600.
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Those look nice, I probably would have gotten them when I did my build if they were available then... But I was being picky about wanting a lower voltage back then.



Not necessarily.

I've overvolted my Ripjaws and I've overvolted my OCZ Reapers just fine without additional cooling.

Plus, man you got a CM HAF!

Can't get much better then a HAF when it comes to internal cooling!

I have the CM Storm Scout and I have outstanding air flow over my Ripjaws.
Hahahahah thanks for that

bsides my CM HAF as one integrated Fan by 200x200mm and in total my CM HAF has 3 fans off these http://tweakers.net/pricewatch/25239....html#tab:info that means 1 Integrated in front , 1 in the side(external builded in) , 1 on top(external builded in) xD
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Good luck on your selection... I gotta bow out of this discussion for the night, but I'm gonna sub the thread to check later to see what you get!

I would agree with Klinkey about going with 1600 and the headroom for tweaks!
     
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Aight okey , i will show those that Klinkey suggested to my brother when i can and speak to him about them and what Klinkey said about them and possibly he will say that their good
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I put the Ripjaws on my Asus M4A89GTD PRO/USB3 and they're sweet.

I would say that 1800 is pushing it... as with the Phenom II chips, it seems that 1333 is the best speed to performance ratio; especially when it comes to overclocking the processor.

Can get way better performance out of 1333 with various tweaks to the CPU-NB, and other settings... when compared to an overclocked Phenom II with just faster Ram.

If your Bro just got what you got, then he's probably all set. Those Reaper's are nice, though I had problems with my DDR2 Reapers on my AM2+ PII 940... but as I understand it, OCZ has made a lot of improvements on them!
Wrong; I have found by testing, with price, etc. that 1600Mhz is the best speed to performance (to price) ratio. Memory on AMD really doesn't scale well below 1600Mhz on AMD; in that 266Mhz gap you may need much lower timings than you think at 1333Mhz to equal 1600Mhz (i.e. 1600 CAS9 = 1333 CAS7), whereas above that 1600Mhz with the lower timings can equal higher timings at 400Mhz higher speed (i.e. 1600 CAS6-7 about = 2000 CAS9-10).
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