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    Does anyone know how well Team Group memory performs? All I know about it is that it's mainly sold in the Eurasian market and has just recently become available, sort of, (it still isn't widely available) in the U.S.
    I'd been looking for some over a year now only occasionally finding some notebook memory.
    I finally located and immediately ordered this, 2x4 GB., DDR3 2000, 9-11-9-27, low voltage: http://www.teamgroup.com.tw/teamgrou...id=1&pl2_id=59 and http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820313083
    After ordering it I went back to look at the specs again and it turned out that I'd bought the last set. I bought it to use with an i7-2600K, which I already have, and an ASUS Maximus IV Extreme which I'm waiting on.
    Will this run okay in the set-up I'm currently building?
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    I'm not sure if you know this, but Patriot currently has the Gamer 2 which is optimized for P67 motherboards, you can find both their 1333MHz 8GB kit $99.99 and their 1600MHz kit $109.99 at Newegg.

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    I had some ddr2 800 with tight timings from team.... good..... but mine were off to rma in about 15months turnaround time about 14 days Pretty good in view of the distance travelled.....lifetime warranty and with low volt ddr3 I doubt you would have the same issues I had.

    I had exactly the same issue with ocz ...they were a bit quicker at 10 days same warranty.
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    Sorry people! I searched for Team Group Memory before posting but obviously didn't word the search correctly. I've just found this: http://www.pureoverclock.com/story.php?id=4999
    I didn't mean to waste your time when an article had already been printed on PureOC.
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