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OCZ Flex XLC 2GB (2 x 1GB) 240-Pin DDR2 SDRAM DDR2 1200 (PC2 9600 75.99 after rebate

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  1. trt740

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    look for a review on these soon :)
     
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    had them total junk won't run at rated speed
     
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    the Flex series is awesome, don't know about Flex II but at Computex they decided to remove 2 of the 4 barbs and stick it on a DDR3 Kit

    - Christine
     
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    Nflesher I'll be waiting for your review, and Thinking of getting a kit or two whenever I go water! lol.. Whenever that will be!
     
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    they are 1/4" they are difficult to connect. the heatsink is designed to be passive and liquid, in passive it may be the best on the entire market, when you connect it to a loop you only see an average 5'c drop most people don't even bother.

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    why :confused:
     
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    sorry I meant 1/4".

    3/8", 1/2", 7/16", 5/8" will not work. they should of included some kind of adapter barb.

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    Yeah, I guess I can see that being a problem... what do you think is the best thing for watering the ram??
     
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    A hose?:laugh:

    I say a fan will do you wonders...I have yet to see a need for water to my ram...butI dont run 1200MHz 24/7 either!
     
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    lol, like I said the temp difference is neglible if you decide to purchase them which is a great deal just keep them as passive.

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    lmao! lol... nice one man.. I have the OCZ fan cooler on mine, with some 33cfm fans on it.. took the stock stuff off.. lol...
     
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    thats why you run it on its own rad 120 or something lol

    thats why I wouldnt get WC ram ive got mine at 1125Mhz at just 1.95v :D

    wish i could unlink the ram and run them at 1200Mhz :(
     
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    Guys I owned this kit it is junk. It won't do the rated speed. Not the 2x1gb the 2x2gb kit it runs like crap. Lokk on extreme systems forum the OCZ guys cannot even get it to run on a x38/x48 board at it's posted speed, don't buy it if you have one.
     
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