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  1. Boozad

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    I'll probably upgrade to that if/when I ever overclock. I was tempted to build it in when the rig was first built but there was no point at stock clocks.

    EDIT: Have you got a link to your review mate? I'd be very interested in reading it.
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    Sure:

    http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Kingston/HyperX_Beast_2400C11/


    Woah. That was over 2 months ago now. Where'd the time go...:laugh:
     
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    Cheers mate, I'll give that a read on my lunch break.
     
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    I didn't ignore it I read it and I couldn't find those online. the beast black actually
     
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    cadaveca My name is Dave

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    :laugh: I meant you ignored Kingston sticks, but if you couldn't find them in stock, that says it all.:cool:
     
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    I know but my search consisted of crucial, Kingston, corsair and gskill. gskill for the price can't be beat though.
     
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    That's a big part of why I recommend them so much.
     
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    I need to give an update to the oc thread, you're still missing info for my build...I am still wondering how to lower the multi an increase my cpu clock speed, i need some1 with my board to see if i can mimichis/her settings to see if i am doing something wrong.
     
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    I have a suggestion.
    Don't waste your money.
    You will see no real world performance increase AT ALL...
    Put that cash towards something else.

    EDIT: The op is a bit misleading. You are not looking to upgrade really.
    You are giving the old sticks to your wife and need new ones. :p
    Really anything @ 2k mhz will be fine.
     
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    i already got it 16gb 2400mhz for 110
     
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    Well I guess if you ever decide to do 3d animation and HD movie rendering, you will be just fine..lol
     
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    you cant beat that price man lol. but i will game/movie mkv conversion/photoshop editing. plus i hear gskill is a big tpu supporter so i decided to support them.
     
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