from cheapest to most expensive, price diffrence isn't huge.
Anyways i'll mostly use the PC for gaming, and i might clock it abit.
And this is where my dilemma comes into play,because i'm ordering from 1 store and they are building it for me (Part of the "deal" they gave me). And basiclly it only contains the 2 first rams, and my question is does it make a huge diffrence whether the ram is 1.65 or 1.5 (Low-voltage ram)?
I know it might for the extreme overclockers and such, but i'm not that type. I might overclock it abit tho, and i know the max voltage is 1.65 on the core i7 x58 chipset systems.
So how bad is it to choose a 1.65v ram over a 1.5v ram? And if i absolutely wanna overclock it,can't the ram just be 1600mhz instead of 1333mhz? (Option 2 instead if nr1).
Sorry for the terrible english, and sorry for being a total noob at this
In My Humble Opinion... For a home user, memory performance on an I7 system is going to be a non-issue. So I wouldn't worry about it much, to be blunt.
If you need more than that to make a decision: All things being equal, tighter timings are better. Lower Voltage at the same (*tight) timings is better.
I see you chose OCZ - I can't argue with that. The absolute best place to go for information on their stuff is directly to them. Their forums are handled by OCZ empolyees who know their stuff. http://www.ocztechnologyforum.com/