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    1333MHz to 2000MHZ, What DO I Loose??

    Again eBay and a desire for “bling” has added a set of Corsair CMD8GX3M4A1333C7 DOMINATOR 8 GB (1333Mhz) memory into my world. While these were supposedly created for AMD processor have a question about “what will I loose” if I pair these with a 1090T in a MSI NF980-G65 as compared to using a set of G. Skill F3-16000CL9D-4GBTD Tridents (2000MHz)?? The Tridents have worked well with my 1055T in the same mobo.

    You can throw out the mem cooler on the Corsair has I already have an after market Zalman I will be using. I also realize we’re talking 8GB but as 4 x 1 sticks a 4GB setup is not out of the question. SO that leaves 1333GHz vs 2000GHz, to me right off the bat my overclocking room on the 2000s would be larger?

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    Re: 1333MHz to 2000MHZ, What DO I Loose??

    Master Yoda. What will you lose you ask?

    Your hair, from hearing your wife after she sees you spending more money on your folding machines

    Tisk tisk. Must curb that upgradeitis.

    I understand the whole folding concept, I just dont do it cause as the Beatles said, "we all wanna change the world" The smart ones will get it, hint my puny phenom is great for pwning n00bs in battlefield but finding a cure for cancer?

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