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I would agree. They may perform even better as in my experience 2 sticks usually run better than 4.

nice eye, i didn't notice he used to run 4 sticks

 

the performance still might not be better but overclocking will be much easier if you were to need to tweak the memory speed often

 

 

...then again are you sure ALL your sticks died out, or just one?

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nice eye, i didn't notice he used to run 4 sticks

 

the performance still might not be better but overclocking will be much easier if you were to need to tweak the memory speed often

 

 

...then again are you sure ALL your sticks died out, or just one?

 

 

Yes thats exactly what I meant.....

 

Better+OCC Forum Post=Better for Ocerclocking. :)

 

My posts often lack clarity....lol..... :blush:

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You'll never see the difference between "performance" and "budget" RAM unless you're benchmarking for that last .003% increase in score. Buy whatever is cheapest.

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I'm loving it, I think I have a keeper.

I'm still testing the beast, should have some good results soon. :)

 

 

Awesome man, glad to hear it. Keep us posted with the results.

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my dominator ddr2 ram just . the bed

 

so would 4gigs of ocz platinum give my the same proformance

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16820227298

You could also contact Corsair's excellent Support... Those Dominators have lifetime Warranties; plus they OC very well-have had mine at 1167 for extented periods & Corsair has too using a Gigabyte board... Could just be 1 bad stick or something else.

+1 on 2x 2GB sticks for OCing etc. too. :)

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I think your splittin hairs at this point. OCZ nad Corasair are both very good brands and will serve you well. You wil generally pay more for the Corsair for those fancy heatsinks and awsome name, but honestly, OCZ can OC and run just as flawlessly. Get whichever brand you like or whichever might be cheaper...both have lifetime warranty Im pretty sure. So, I really dont think you should worry about this decision.

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