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Which Memory Stick is Better?

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a b } Memory
February 25, 2012 6:09:56 PM

Less heat, no need for high-rise heatsinks which mean greater chance of a big-ass air cooler fitting on your CPU, greater flexibility with voltage bumps for overclocking, and I've had much better success with tighter timing from low voltage RAM when compared to standard voltage RAM . So if you are planing on overclocking go with the low voltage
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a b } Memory
February 25, 2012 10:28:59 PM

h3sham said:
Less heat, no need for high-rise heatsinks which mean greater chance of a big-ass air cooler fitting on your CPU, greater flexibility with voltage bumps for overclocking, and I've had much better success with tighter timing from low voltage RAM when compared to standard voltage RAM . So if you are planing on overclocking go with the low voltage

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Make sure you go into your BIOS and change the settings to the rated speed / voltages.
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February 26, 2012 3:23:38 AM

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February 26, 2012 3:57:54 AM

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