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Quote: Originally Posted by 1096bimu View Post
The security flaws don't matter to home users a single bit, they're worrisome for attacks on other virtual machines running on the same computer.
RAM stick manufacturers bin their stuff, you can't just buy cheap ram, run a higher profile and have the same thing as more expensive RAM.
what? unzip? isn't that storage speed limited?
Quote: Originally Posted by 1096bimu View Post
Dude, who ever said I got better RAM sticks than modern 4000 sticks?
What's wrong with you people constantly accusing me of saying things I never did?
I was quoting the bold portion of text from a comment you literally made within minutes of my post. Just about everybody building ryzen 3k systems right now buy lower rated b-die, hynix C, or micron E, and overclock them to 3600-3800 with tight timings to max out with a 1:1 IF clock. It would seem the only RAM that is actually getting binned are the super high speed 4000+ kits.

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