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In short, grabbed some of the G.Skill Ripjaw's when they first went on sale for 50 bucks and its been blue screens ever since. Just been putting up with it until I get something suitable to replace them.

I'd like to have my w3520 run at 4.6Ghz, its already under water and temps are pretty nice, but anyways I need some ram to let it do that

Ive had good experiences with Mushkin, but I dont see many offerings for them.

If you can, tell me pro's and cons for the two ive seen thus far, thanks!

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-183-_-Product

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-125-_-Product

I dont really care about the extra large heatsinks, as I plan to watercool them in the future, just in case anyone was wondering
    
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The cheap kit has better latencies.
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Are you certain its the RAM?

If you are, then the $89 ones. Especially if your gonna eventually gonna WC.

Hope that helps.
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Yeah, I was just curious as to why they have 1.65v to boot, is that the norm?
    
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Yeah, the max RAM voltage on the i5's and i7's is 1.65V IIRC, so most RAM today is 1.5V or 1.65V.
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ok, thanks everyone. Ill probably end up getting the the lower cost kit then in due time
    
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ok, thanks everyone. Ill probably end up getting the the lower cost kit then in due time
Sweet,

No problem. Happy to help.
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Just for the sake of completeness, what are other common factors to make a computer bsod?

It never bsod during stress (gaming, benchmarking) but it bsod on me when im surfing the net or watching videos
    
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Ram, HDD, motherboard, maybe a power supply if its faulty.

But theres a vert significant chance its the RAM.
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hmm, well I give the ram a try. If not ill have to contact the previous owner of the mobo and see if he'll help me with rma, thanks again, +rep
    
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