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Discuss: Kingston HyperX DDR3-1800 C8
Dany Williams 
9/9/08 12:56:41 PM
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Dany Williams thinks:

So an Atomican was the winner, whoot for us, have they let on who it was, or are they keeping it a secret until the release time.

About the Atomic article Kingston HyperX DDR3-1800 C8

http://www.atomicmpc.com.au/article.asp?CIID=121334

Josh Collins goes [for] broke chasing HyperX speed.

What do you think?

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T_M 
9/9/08 2:07:52 PM
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Josh Collins?
Atomic?
September?

WTF?

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eckythump 
9/9/08 3:18:31 PM
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At least the article name acknowledges the surpreme insanit in pissing your money away on this crap.

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SceptreCore 
9/9/08 8:08:44 PM
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2.1v for 1600MHz with 6-6-6-18

sheesh! What is the point of DDR3 RAM, if we have to sacrifice latencies?

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T_M 
9/9/08 8:52:13 PM
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Sceptre, 1600MHz CAS6 is actually quite decent, especially for *eek* Kingston.

Typically extreme benchers are using 1600-1900 7-6-5-x on Micron IC's


Edited by T_M: 9/9/2008 08:53:11 PM

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illdrift 
9/9/08 8:52:28 PM
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Quote by SceptreCore
2.1v for 1600MHz with 6-6-6-18

sheesh! What is the point of DDR3 RAM, if we have to sacrifice latencies?



ddr3-1600 6-6-6 is more or less the same latency as ddr2-800 3-3-3

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