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Thread: Please recomend memory

  1. #1
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    Feb 2006

    Please recomend memory

    Guys I need your expertise I need good overclocking memory 8GB total for my EVGA P55 SLI LE E653 that will overlock at rated speed - 200*8 = 1600MHz Im runnig a i5 750 at 4 ghz. with 4GB ram and I keep running low on memory when playing games. Thanks in advance
    MOBO=|DFI lanparty ULTRA-D|
    CPU=| AMD A64 X2 4400+| 2.7GHZ 270FSB
    HDD=| 160GB SATA II |
    memory=| 1gb DC PATRIOT XBLKPC4800|270->3-3-3-8
    VIDEO=|X800XL PCI-e |

    New System
    MOBO=|DFI LANParty DK P35-T2RS|
    CPU=| QUAD Q6700|LAPPED 3.8Ghz 380x10 *Air
    HDD=| Raptor 150X |
    memory=| G.SKILL(2 x 2GB) DDR2(PC2 8000)|

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    3D Team Captain Don_Dan's Avatar
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    May 2007
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    Where are you located and what's your budget?

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  3. #3
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    Hampshire, UK
    I would have a look at these

    Bit of OC headroom, not expensive & low latency.

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  4. #4
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    Oct 2012
    Any of the brand name 1600 MHz. 8 GB. RAM kits will serve you just fine. There is no point in paying extra for higher frequency or lower latency RAM that doesn't deliver any tangible system performance gains.



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