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hmm interesting, thanks, might go with that amd cpu & mb combo, does anyone else know if those combos work and I'm able to OC very well?
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post #22 of 46
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Also I have no idea how ram works with AMD systems right now...

What is the real difference between DDR3-1600 and DDR3-1333? Would I still be able to achieve a good stable OC with DDR3-1333?

What I will be using:
AMD 1100T
Gigabyte 890GPA
Either Gskill DDR3-1600 or DDR3-1333 (The DDR3-1333 is much cheaper, which is why I'm asking this)
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The AMD 1100T is a Black Edition CPU, which means it has an unlocked multiplier.

An unlocked multiplier makes OCing easy, and if you don't mess with the FSB you can keep your RAM stock and OC your CPU to the max.

DDR3-1600 RAM is just a bit faster with(probably) higher timings. I'd get the 1333. Alot of times there isnt much of a difference between higher clocked RAM if they are the same company. If you set the timings, clock and voltage on the 1333 clocked RAM to what the stock DDR3-1600 models are it will probably work.

My DDR2 800 runs perfectly in DDR2 1066, with the settings set the same as the counterpart model.
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Thanks whats the difference between:

F3-10666CL9D-8GBRL
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F3-10666CL9D-8GBXL
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Thanks whats the difference between:

F3-10666CL9D-8GBRL
and
F3-10666CL9D-8GBXL
I don't think there is any real difference in terms of specs. They both have the same clock and timings.

The XL says: "Designed Specifically for Intel Sandy Bridge CPUs, H67 and P67 Platforms"

But I don't think there is any real difference besides cosmetics.
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One more thing

Would my HX650W PSU able to power the system?

1100T OCed.. dunno, maybe 4Ghz if possible?
2x4GB GSkill RAM
6x SATA HDDs
1x SSD
1x 10k SATA HDD
Optical Drive
HD5850

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post #27 of 46
I feel like since we're in 2011 now that you should at least get a six core cpu by AMD...the quads been around since 2006-7? Phenom II 1100T should be good
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post #28 of 46
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yea.. which I'm getting but will my PSU HX650 hold up to my specs?
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post #29 of 46
AMD prefers lower timings IIRC
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I would have gone amd if the 1090t was its price as it is now. go amd 6 core, no lower unless you want a budget build.
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