Good. I think competitive OC is killing the enthusiast industry. So if you guys don't like my reviews, that's perfect in my books. you're misleading the industry for personal gain, anyway, by pushing competitive OC. This is why board makers are more focused on gamers now...extreme OC is great, but is just a niche of a niche, and no minority should control the interests of the majority without letting the majority voice their opinion. You can check Kinpincooling for Shammy's benches looking at IVB-E/X79 memory choices. The differences are there, for sure, but they are not that large: http://kingpincooling.com/forum/showthread.php?t=2420 This, probably true. I have 8 sticks of 2666 C10, 12 sticks of 2666/2800C11, high-bin PSC, BFR's, etc, etc. I prefer MFR for daily use and initial testing. The others are for when going for records. MFR is great for binning IMC and CPUs for those hardcore runs. the lower voltage required to scale up the frequency makes MFR perfect for pre-testing for LN2. Also great to test and see how well BIOSes are tuned. If you read my conclusion, I simply said that this memory is a great testing tool, but not for everyone. You seem to imply I think everyone should buy this ram...and I don't. BTW: Just so you see I even talked to dumo about these comments.