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DDR3 SDRAM for Sandy Bridge: Choosing the Best Memory for LGA1155 Platform
Memory speed is not the only reason to buy the most expensive memory. Their speed comes only as company, as they are more stable for overclocking and respond better anyway.
I remember buying Corsair 233 Mhz in 2005 with LEDs that costed 350 euros, for an AMD K7 motherboard. I didn't care about any overclocking feats such as cooling, and I won +7 % in processor overclocking.
But what really attempted to mislead me was, when I visited a Jimms.fi in Turku, and the young man told to me, that it doesn't matter which memory you buy. He categorized Kingston, OCZ and Corsair together and said, they just win leading positions every now and then. He was a console noob.
I still stuck with older ddr 2 memory pc system !!!
I am getting to build Intel i5-2500K system...
And was wandering how well this new ddr 3 memory worked.
Plus which speed I should buy ??? Your testing answered every
thing for me ... I had it pretty much figured out.. But you
confirm it me .. I have G.SKILL F3-12800CL9D-4GBNQ in my
Newegg shopping cart..
Thank You Very Much For Your Time - Gary
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