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Old 07-06-2006, 08:27 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Latencies show the amount of time it takes recycle. So lower is better.

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Originally posted by Tox1cThreat
Im not sure what the stock latencys are..

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The motherboard is the Asus M2R32-MVP Deluxe. Its basically the A8R32-MVP but socket AM2. (thus CrossFire 3200 RD580)

Proc will be the AMD Athlon62 AM2 X2 3800+

I hope that helps a bit.

I guess if dual channel isint really a feature built into the RAM, I might as well get the 2 sticks of 667, since theyre packaged together from Corsiar....

so now heres the choice:



(some dude was saying this is really 533???)
^ so back to the question, which one will be better:
(and is G.Skill any good?)


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I would go with that corsair 667. G.Skill is normally pretty good, however.


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