You could get better ram for less.
Tighter stock timings and a lower cas latency, plus lower price.
ferris you are way off on that ram,
I actually bought it but when it was defective I researched it a bit more and found out it doesn't OC for crap. It has great timings at stock and that is it, but with a really good system you will want to OC so that ram is not the best choice at all.
Good thing I found out in time to RMA it for a refund instead of a replacement and get G.Skills instead.
I trust my sources on that info too because it was a guy who works for OCZ on the OCZ forum that said so. He recommended some different 4000 OCZ ram if you wanted to OC.