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Same-binned PSC ICs as everything else
Vastly overpriced
A 1600 7-8-7~6-8-6 kit would do you better.
Are you sure? Thats a 2200Mhz 7-10-10 kit, I'm not to sure when it comes to RAM, but from what I think I know, this kit should absolutely creal a 1600 7-8-7 kit performance wise.

About the price: I'm in the UK (Ireland specifically), We don't have newegg here, hardware is much more expensive over here, AFAIK thats a reasonable enough price for that kit.
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7-10-10 binning even at 2200Mhz should be as bad as everything else. The extremely high tRCD of 10 is what ruins everything here, but most PSC requires really high tRCD. I'm thinking the binning would be about the same as an average 1600 6-8-6 kit, in which case you'd be better off with, say, G.Skill ECOs as they could probably reach 2200 at 7-10-10 or whatever just as easy (I've seen these tested at up to 2400 9-11-9)
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7-10-10 binning even at 2200Mhz should be as bad as everything else. The extremely high tRCD of 10 is what ruins everything here, but most PSC requires really high tRCD. I'm thinking the binning would be about the same as an average 1600 6-8-6 kit, in which case you'd be better off with, say, G.Skill ECOs as they could probably reach 2200 at 7-10-10 or whatever just as easy (I've seen these tested at up to 2400 9-11-9)
Thanks for clearing this up. I'd love to try that project X ram out, but the website you linked doesn't ship to UK and its now out of stock anyways. I think I'll go with that RAM as I now think that it is the best option, I just need to find a UK retailer.

Thanks for your help, much appreciated.
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