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Before I begin, I just want to stress that I am not soliciting anything for sale.

Hay everyone! Okay, so I'm breaking down one of my X58 builds. And in this build, I had a trio of Corsair Dominator GTs ddr3 2000mhz, CMT6GX3M3A2000C8 to be exact. Now, I'm now sure how rare these babies are. Anyone know if they're worth holding on to? Or are they old tech and not really worth hanging them up in a frame?

any insight would be much appreciated.

 

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Nothing special, but depends if you are a hoarder like me. i'd keep them just because I like ram. For every day use, you can find higher capacity for less money. For performance, they probably clock nice with ivy but other than that I don't think they're anything special.
 

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Originally Posted by Mikecdm View Post

Nothing special, but depends if you are a hoarder like me. i'd keep them just because I like ram. For every day use, you can find higher capacity for less money. For performance, they probably clock nice with ivy but other than that I don't think they're anything special.
I didn't thing they were special either. And yes, I am a horder of computer parts. Especially cases.



And that's not all of them. LOLz.
 

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I didn't thing they were special either. And yes, I am a horder of computer parts. Especially cases.



And that's not all of them. LOLz.
Oh my....do you by any chance have an extra Silverstone TJ07, or an CaseLabs M8? LOL.
 

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PSC-based memory (ver 7.1 at Corsair) can be very useful with Ivy Bridge CPUs (because it can do DDR3-2400 and above), if you don't need high RAM volumes.
 
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