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    The H100 isn't all its cracked up to be its good for a compat WC setup, I've gotten my CPU up to 4.75Ghz on 1.4 vcore haven't really gone past that because temp are to high using the H100.

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    This isn't 100% true. The only difference is the timings and a 20 dollar price tag(although it was just onsale for 100 bucks). Since anything over 1600mhz is overclocked, the times on the ones you linked are easily achieved on the ones I have as well.

    And to be honest, you really wouldn't know the difference.
    Last edited by |-Goku-|; 01-13-2012 at 08:11 PM.

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    Lower timings = faster RAM DISK.

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    But are you REALLY going to notice the difference? No, you won't.

    You might notice some number differences if you are benching, but that is it. Especially when the ones I posted go onsale constantly for 100 bucks. Unless you benching, you could save that $60 bucks and use it elsewhere

    PS: Like I said before, timings are adjustable. The only difference between those two, is that they have been verified to run at those timings. I'm running at those timings right now, 9-11-10-28. And I didn't pay $160.
    Last edited by |-Goku-|; 01-14-2012 at 02:42 AM.

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    Black looks better than cheapo red when i brought them its was $8 difference lol.

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    Spray paint :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by -javier- View Post
    what is the best memory ram speed for the asus rampage iv? i currently have this one http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820233236 i would like to know if i did a good buy on ram?
    Hi Javier,

    I almost bought this RAM, but decided to go with 2 packs of the Corsair Dominator version:
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820233228

    It has the IDENTICAL specs as the Vengence pack you linked, 1.5V DDR3 1866 9-10-9-27. The Dominators were 6 bucks more at Central Computers in San Jose CA (newegg has the listed at the same price).

    I mainly went with them because:
    1. Dominators are typically/always? the higher end series of Corsair (Better for overclocking) vs. Vengence.
    2. They were MUCH heavier then the Vengence's, meaning a much better heatsink for better cooling.

    Unfortunately, my dream to overclock these guys to 2133+ did not come true yet, though I didn't try much, but did give it plenty of juice and higher timings... They are working fine at rated speeds though.

    I was in a rush to build a system so I bought everything at local shops. Otherwise, I'd definitely get 2133+ RAM on newegg... though this RAM is half the price.
    Last edited by Hagi; 01-15-2012 at 04:43 AM.

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