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Old 01-11-05, 02:10 PM   #13
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Default Re: RAM i want lower latency is it worth it

The sale is only $6 so it isn't THAT big of a deal if I can't get it today
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Old 01-24-05, 01:19 AM   #14
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Default Re: RAM i want lower latency is it worth it

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I have exilir ddr400 i dont know how good it is but it goes 3-3-3-8
Would it be worth it to get corsair 3200XL (i think thats it) it does 2-2-2-5
try this
he CMX512-3200C2 is a 512 MByte, dual bank, ultra-performance DDR SDRAM DIMM screened specifically for gaming applications. This part has been selected by our Compatibility Lab for its outstanding performance in motherboards commonly used in gaming rigs. This memory has been verified to operate at 200MHz (2-3-3, 1T command rate) and 166 MHz (2-2-2, 1T command rate). Generally, one 512 MByte module will outperform two 256 MByte modules in a given motherboard. Side-by-side comparison indicates that this is one of the fastest
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