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    Which Corsair Ram

    Corsair 512MB DDR XMS3200XLPT CAS2

    Corsair 512MB DDR XMS3200LLPT Low Latency Platinum CAS2

    Corsair 512MB DDR XMS3200LL Low Latency Pro CAS2

    Corsair 512MB DDR XMS3200C2 Pro CAS2

    Corsair 512MB DDR XMS3200C2PT Platinum CAS2

    or if you lot could come up with another that would be better then any of the listed abovr then please list.



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    2x 256 sticks of that Corsair 512MB DDR XMS3200LLPT Low Latency Platinum CAS2 for dual channel?

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    go for the XMS-XL range of modules (XMS3200XLPT)

    These are seriously hot memory chips - samsung. They run at extremely low latencies like the good ol' winbond chips, but also can be clocked to near 500 Mhz with relaxed timings .... now thats what I call a nice piece of gear

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    Id say 3rd one down.
    | XP1600-m | ASUS AN78X Deluxe | r9700 pro | 2x512mb pc37000 |

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    get the new XL. They can run 2-2-2-5. The other modules can't

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    Yeah, If you can afford them...

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    Will do when mem prices come down, for now i have opted for some corsair value ram to see me threw till prices drop a bit



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    I've got some Corsair 512MB DDR XMS3200LL Low Latency Pro CAS2, kinda.

    My XMS3500 Ca2 2 stuff is the same chips used in the XMS3200LL sticks
    With that respect, I can whole-heartedly recommend the stuff!

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