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Old 07-20-2007, 02:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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OCZ launches 1.8 GHz DDR3

wow thats freakin fast, by golly, i dont think RAM really needs to be that fast, thats just crazy talk but hey, nice to see faster RAM on the market. Wouldnt this cause major bottlenecking?

im just curious, what speed n timings would u guys think this RAM matches with DDR2?
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DDR3 = me buying another mobo and more ram

I wish that i could claim my computer was the best for more than a couple weeks.
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DDR3 = me buying another mobo and more ram

I wish that i could claim my computer was the best for more than a couple weeks.
what is ur freaking system??
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