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2x2GB DDR2 1066

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by WojtasRed, Apr 24, 2009.

  1. WojtasRed

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    Could you suggest me sth good (price/performance)?
     
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    Corsair Dominator's or Gskill Pi's

    Where are you from btw?
     
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    im very happy with my 2X2 gb corsair dominators... i had them clocked up to 1200mhz no sweat... ordered another pair that should be arriving today sometime :)
     
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    How much volts you put in them twicksisted just asking I have them have not overclocked them just yet. 1200 would be sweet :D
     
  5. WojtasRed

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    I`m using 2x2GB A-Data Extreme PLUS DDR2 800MHz CL4
    Would it be nice upgrade?
     
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    Did you try to oc the A-Data ram? Since it's Cas4 i can imagine you can oc them to 1066 5-5-5-15.
     
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    I don`t want to oc them, just buy new one ;) I`ll sell old one put 6$ extra and I`ll be happy owner 1066 :D
    Is this good upgrade?
     
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    for what ram?

    I have corsair dominator 1066 ram 8gb (4x2gb) and they are great
    I bought 2 different packages from tpus forsale thread

    Check on there for some good deals
     
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    Yes the Dominators would be a good upgrade. And they look great to.
     
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    What about Corsair XMS2 2x2GB 1066 5-5-5-15
    or
    A-Data VITESTA 2x2GB Extreme Edition DDR2 1066+ MHz CL5 (5-5-5-15) Dual Kit
    or
    OCZ Technology 4GB DDR2 2X2GB 1066MHz XTC GOLD CL5

    ?

    Will be this upgrade noticable for overall PC`s performance?
     
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    check PM Woj.
     
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    So Will be this upgrade noticable for overall PC`s performance?
     
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    No not very much to be honest. I did no notice any big differences. I would rather have 4-4-4-10 @ 800Mhz then 5-5-5-15 @ 1066Mhz but that is my choice.
    But if you only have to pay a few $ extra then i would go for it. Because it is great ram.
     
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    Kingmax 5-5-5-15 1066 usually goes for about $25 if you can find it
     

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