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Old November 5, 2011, 04:14 PM
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I loved your comparison videos on youtube.

Dont suppose you could fit time into your scedule to do one on RAM...

would be nice to know if Sandy Bridge makes effective use of higher speed memory or different latency memory.

At least you wouldnt need to change the hardware between each test with this one... just some bios option changes.

Mushkin Blackline 2133MHz kits look so nice... but are they really worth the money against 1600MHz Hyper X cheap stuff.
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Old November 6, 2011, 02:27 AM
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I loved your comparison videos on youtube.

Dont suppose you could fit time into your scedule to do one on RAM...

would be nice to know if Sandy Bridge makes effective use of higher speed memory or different latency memory.

At least you wouldnt need to change the hardware between each test with this one... just some bios option changes.

Mushkin Blackline 2133MHz kits look so nice... but are they really worth the money against 1600MHz Hyper X cheap stuff.
Actually Sandy Bridge doesn't really benefit from anything above 1333MHz.
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