Corsair Launches Triple-Pack Core i7 Compatible Memory Modules

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CrimsonKnight13

Going from 8GB DDR2-1000 to 6GB DDR3-1600 would be a step down for me despite the speed increase. I don't get why Intel decided to go with tri-channel instead of the quad-channel that their current Xeons work with.

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Gailim

I think the 1600 ram is the sweet spot.

 

weve all been spoiled by DDR2 prices so much are hard to think of those as reasonible.

 

then i remembered i paid $145 for my 2GB of DDR2 800 2 years ago. so 6GB for $300 thats twice the speed isnt that bad.

 

its just tough to swallow right now

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