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Old 11-02-2010, 11:56 AM   #11
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lol. Just curious if i wasnt woried about the cost will the 2000Mhz ram be ok for future use or do u think they will come up with a new type of DIMM maybe a DDR4 DIMM?
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Old 11-02-2010, 12:06 PM   #12
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lol. Just curious if i wasnt woried about the cost will the 2000Mhz ram be ok for future use or do u think they will come up with a new type of DIMM maybe a DDR4 DIMM?
If you went for 2000Mhz RAM I would run it at 1600Mhz and tighten the timings or programs that shift a lot of data around the 'board will seriously suffer. The thing is the i7's are very efficient when it comes to utilising RAM with a pretty efficient link and unless your a complete and utter mad Über benchmarking junkie geek 2000Mhz RAM is really not necessary.

If you wanna upgrade the RAM go for some low latency 1600Mhz triple channel modules.

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I head 5970s have alot of driver problems i would so for gtx 480 or 5870

or wait for the 6900 cards coming out like in 1 mounth
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you "head" ?

I've heard no such issues with the 5970s myself.
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