Published on 31st July 2008 by
Originally Posted by Fodfare! how does it _fare_!
yeah this is the poncey equivalent of your and you're.
Originally Posted by BindibadgiAlright, keep your knickers on.
Originally Posted by ChaosDefinesOrderLooks good to me! One would assume that if you're going to get these RAM sticks then you'd already be watercooling the rest of your rig and therefore would have a pre-existing loop (or will be getting these as part of a larger loop) which would mean you'd have a better and more capable pump than that TINY little bay thing...
Originally Posted by NeuromancerRecently got a kit of this for very cheap.
Bought as an intended WC purchase.
but it just doesnt matter. I am running a p5Q deluxe just liek the reviewer and at 2.08 vdimm am getting 1200mhz 5-5-5-18. All on auto (except on vdimm as mentioned)
I dont know what the reviewers were doing wrong. I got googled her looking for cas 4 timings.. I have read 4 cas was only good till 960 on these sticks, (which is diheartening) I just sold 4x1GB of gskill hz that will do 4 cas at 1000mhz... (at more volts they are microns after all and doomed to failure cuz of it) for twice what i paid for these sticks though :) so i guess all in all im happy. the lack of getting 8GB in a system sucks but having a couple of uber quiet low speed 120's in the side panel keeps these sticks cool enough to run faster then anything but ddr3. (although with looser timings the nthe higher voltage microns, which actually... micron made 667 chips until a year ago and then started making 800mhz chips, they stil dont make 1200 mhz chips ;) so when you consider the enormous fail rate of ballistix lets say... and compare it to the fail rate of these (promos? I think ??) Odds are more likely your micron will fail before my 1200mhz ICs will :)
Originally Posted by wuyanxushame it doesn't allow 4 sticks...... why can't OCZ use a ultra high heatsink instead of going fatter and fatter
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