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Old 03-09-07, 12:11 PM   #36
ArrowMk84
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Default Re: Asus Striker Extreme or EVGA 122-CK-NF68-AR

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Originally Posted by Psycotix
That is not a performance report

this is a corsair performance report !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

http://img265.imageshack.us/img265/4574/untitledub6.jpg

find 1 for the c5d on a asus striker mobo and get a grip, everyone knows the asus striker cant handle 4gig corsair c5d overclocked so stop acting so ****eh behind your monitor.

Asus mobo just isnt worth the extra 60 and the sooner you realise that Asus fanboy the better......

Rofl look at your mobo surprise surprise a asus striker i bet 80 quid that if i had slated evga and you had 1 of them you would have stuck up for that 1 instead.....

First: Learn how to type. Learn how to spell while you're at it.

Second: Learn to read the thread.

Even I said earlier in the thread that the C5D's don't OC in a four stick configuration the Striker, in a direct response to your first post, idjit. What YOU linked to was the compatibility page on Corsair's site, which says the memory is compatible (and it is).

Third: The only fanboy in this thread is you.

Fourth: Get your fact straights before posting.
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