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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinas View Post
    The GT's run really nice. TBH how much more speed do we need right now with ram. Is it really bottlenecking anyone out there?
    you are bang on with your question, for 24/7 use, performance memory is an absolute waste of funds...period. anyone arguing that point is either selling, advertising, or promoting memory with their best interests in mind, not a consumers.

    DDR3-1600 at 8-8-8 (if not even less) is more than enough for any system (X58/P55) and anything over that is a huuuuuuge waste of money in a performance/$ ratio. for daily use, spend you money on SSDs, for gaming use on GPU, and for benching on everything

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3oh6 View Post
    hence the selling in single sticks...buy three sticks

    my kit should be here early next week, i'll keep you cats posted

    **check that, late next week**
    oh noes.....could it be the one and only "Original" OC Report will grace the forums once again??

    hopefully if so, looking forward to it man
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    Quote Originally Posted by Movieman View Post
    I would disagree with that statement..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian y. View Post
    oh noes.....could it be the one and only "Original" OC Report will grace the forums once again??

    hopefully if so, looking forward to it man

    +1 to that... always an informative and witty read!!!!
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    I bet these will go for at least €175 a stick. Thanks but no thanks. Looking forward to results though. The AMD 1600 6-6-6 kit will have my attention also.
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    this RAM is SICK!!!

    check this out on an air cooled system



    im affraid i might kill these babies so they wont be seeing more than 1.728vdimm DMM measured

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don_Dan View Post
    Corsair is making the best DDR3 memory at the moment. Period.
    G.Skill is making kits with high tRCD, which let's them scale to high frequencies but is slower in performance, and they are using BBSE chips in some of their "high-end" kits, which is not what I expect from high-end kits.

    I think the bigger heatsink makes it a GTX stick?!

    Concerning G.Skill, just read what I posted above your quote!
    it says GT on the stick itself... :P
    not GTX

    so your saying 2250 8-8-8 performs better than 2200 7-10-10?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dinos22 View Post
    this RAM is SICK!!!

    check this out on an air cooled system



    im affraid i might kill these babies so they wont be seeing more than 1.728vdimm DMM measured

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    Fantastic Dinos! 940 6-6-6 on AMD is really good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Russian View Post
    Of course it is, they manufacture everything in China now. They need to validate their testing to make sure they didnt slip on QA considering the price people will be paying for these modules.
    These were hand binned and tested in Fremont.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yellowbeard View Post
    These were hand binned and tested in Fremont.
    then i wanna see a pair of fingerprints on my set, and they better be the fingers of someone with a beard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manicdan View Post
    then i wanna see a pair of fingerprints on my set, and they better be the fingers of someone with a beard.
    Would you prefer a curly blond hair trapped somewhere underneath the heatspreader?
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    Looking forward to trying these babies on clarkedale in january - they should do very well
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yellowbeard View Post
    Bachus is clean shaven, head and face
    so did Bachus put all of these kits together? if so, we need to sit down and have a chat

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3oh6 View Post
    so did Bachus put all of these kits together? if so, we need to sit down and have a chat
    Heya! Not every single step of the process, but I can sure talk about performance aspects of our GTX line...

    On a side note, man, I just realized it's been 6 months since my last post on XS... Hi to all!
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    How much will this kit cost?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bachus_anonym View Post
    Heya! Not every single step of the process, but I can sure talk about performance aspects of our GTX line...

    On a side note, man, I just realized it's been 6 months since my last post on XS... Hi to all!
    Welocome back BA! Can we get XS discount?

    Quote Originally Posted by WaterFlex View Post
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    How much will this kit cost?
    It aint kits, these stick are sold seperatly, $200,- a piece.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeus View Post
    It aint kits, these stick are sold seperatly, $200,- a piece.



    Holy Steven! I guess that makes sense though, Corsair gets better yields by selling individually rather than finding matches that work well together.
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    200$ per stick ? 0_0 That`s crazy......

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    Quote Originally Posted by bachus_anonym View Post
    Heya! Not every single step of the process, but I can sure talk about performance aspects of our GTX line...

    On a side note, man, I just realized it's been 6 months since my last post on XS... Hi to all!
    that was my plan, to goat you out of hiding, tell them to let you out and play once in a while. good to see you are still alive and kicking

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    Quote Originally Posted by cky2k6 View Post
    its nice for benching. i would never run this kit in my system 24/7 though, the vtt voltage would be astronomical.
    I am currently running 3 x 2GB sticks of the GTXs. 1000MHZ 7-7-7-21-88-1T 1.65 VDimm, 1.32 Vtt 7x24 without breaking a sweat. Yes the 1.32 Vtt is a bit higher than my 800MHz 8-8-8-24 sticks needed. However, It is not astronomical by my standards.

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    Micron chips do they use? I would rather see some better speed on GPU products, that is cool dont get me wrong.
    clock for clock no processor IMO keeps up with memory anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by turbohans View Post
    Micron chips do they use?
    The specific ics that they are using is unknown to me due to the heatspreaders. Maybe one of the beardguys can answer that question...

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