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Old 26-04-13, 02:27 PM
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Question Which ram is best for my new rig

I am in the middle of making a new build would like some help and am thinking of changing my ram I am running at the no is corsair vengeance ram 1600mhz 16gb 4x4gb

But am thinking of upgrading to GSKILL 16GB DDR3 2133 cl9 1.65vQ/KIT RIPJAW Z
SKU: 105477

But I don't no if it is worth it but I am liking the red thanks for looking

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Old 26-04-13, 09:48 PM
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The ram you have chosen should perform quite nicely and if you really like the colour and can afford to upgrade why not.
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Old 26-04-13, 10:17 PM
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if for gaming,nope.
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Old 26-04-13, 10:43 PM
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Samsung Green, fantastic ram and overclocks nice and easy and at low voltage.

I paid £89.00 for 4x4GB and running it at 1.4v 9.9.9.25 1866mhz but it'll go much higher with a little more juice
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Old 26-04-13, 10:47 PM
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the ram is fine, but if you want to do so, you could sell them cheap on ebay and get some cash for them, i always end up with a lot of computers parts over my house <_<, no kidding i got this disks around my desk right now :



if you think thats old you wont believe what i hide on this desk LOL, ill stay with that ram until i could resell it, so it doesnt just lay around
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Old 26-04-13, 11:13 PM
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for the G.Skill ram , but it depends on the motherboard and processor your using.
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Old 27-04-13, 04:53 AM
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think you might find a 1.5volt kit.. the 1.65 will run very well (I have the red 2133 X kit)
but seem to get app flakes, subbed corsair plat doms (2133 @1.5) and no issues. re-timed
the G.Skills with a voltage drop and no issues again, but the timings all had to be
re-caled from 9-11-10-28 @ 1.65v to 14-15-13-35 @ 1.5v which pretty much
washed any gains to the higher speed.. noticed similar with Patriot modules. but
not the corsairs... better bins or processing? dunna know. just my experiences
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Old 27-04-13, 05:17 AM
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I'm totally biased to Corsair Dom Plat!
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Old 20-05-13, 05:15 PM
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Hi some one I no is selling some gskill 16gb ram 2133 cl9 but I would like to no will this be ok with my i7 2600k as I have been told that it may not be better or safe as the voltage is 1.65v please help
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