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    Greetings,

    Where can I find some sort of RAM benchmark chart complete with brands and specs of current RAM modules available? I can only find those for CPUs, GPUs, and SSDs but none for RAMs.

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    Welcome to Pure Overclock......Go to our review section under memory. Every make and model will have benchmarks in the review. You have to look at the seperately. If your looking for top shelf memory, the G.Skill Tridents 2400MHz are king of the hill. If your looking for inexpensive, the Crucial Balisix Sport series 1600MHz are queen of the hill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Welcome to Pure Overclock......Go to our review section under memory. Every make and model will have benchmarks in the review. You have to look at the seperately. If your looking for top shelf memory, the G.Skill Tridents 2400MHz are king of the hill. If your looking for inexpensive, the Crucial Balisix Sport series 1600MHz are queen of the hill.
    Thanks for the help I was doing that but I am not sure about comparing them since most of the reviews were run on a different test bench. Like how the ballistix sport's bench was an ASUS Maximus V Gene while the G.Skill Ares were on an Asrock X79 Extreme 7. Wouldn't that affect the scores or it doesn't really matter? I thought there could be a chart somewhere that tests RAMs on a single test bench. Anyway, will try to look for g.skill tridents now. One of my overclocking friend say corsair's vengeance have bad overclocking capabilities so I'm planning to replace them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by najiro View Post
    Thanks for the help I was doing that but I am not sure about comparing them since most of the reviews were run on a different test bench. Like how the ballistix sport's bench was an ASUS Maximus V Gene while the G.Skill Ares were on an Asrock X79 Extreme 7. Wouldn't that affect the scores or it doesn't really matter? I thought there could be a chart somewhere that tests RAMs on a single test bench. Anyway, will try to look for g.skill tridents now. One of my overclocking friend say corsair's vengeance have bad overclocking capabilities so I'm planning to replace them.
    The benchmarks on the platform although different boards will be pretty close. Take it from the guy that tests em. The Tridents are great but expensive. The Balklistix Sorts pulled same benchmarks(or very close) at same frequencies but they relly weren't far off at higher cas. IMO, the Ballistix Sports are the best bang for the buck. If your looking for 2400MHz +, get the Tridents.

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    I see.. Was scouring the market a while ago.. Tridents are indeed expensive. Like 50-60% more expensive! @_@ Will have to wait for crucial ballistix sport then, they are not yet available in my country

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    Is Kingston available in your country ?

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    Is Kingston available in your country ?
    Yes they are available but they are not that popular. None of my friends use them nor suggested them. Are they better than corsair's vengeance? Other options include Gskill RipjawsX, Ares and snipers. Corsair dominator as well. Mushkin and crucial ram modules are hard to find

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    The G.Skill ARES is a decent kit, they were basically made for X79 but also work great with Z77

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    The new Kingston Predator 2666MHz kit is also a great kit, but performs at it's best with a 3770K, Our review of the 2666MHz Predators should be published in a week or so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    The G.Skill ARES is a decent kit, they were basically made for X79 but also work great with Z77
    I see.. those weren't available yet when I bought my rams. Darn.. I just missed a good deal on Ares rams just a while ago!! No wonder they sell fast. Thanks for your help guys

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    The new Kingston Predator 2666MHz kit is also a great kit, but performs at it's best with a 3770K, Our review of the 2666MHz Predators should be published in a week or so.
    It usually takes a month or so for newly released hardware to reach markets here. Will lookout for that as well.

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    Good Luck Najiro, all the brands you listed are good so whatever choice you make will work out.

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    So here's why I think I need to replace my rams with something better. Was running some tests, 3dmark 11 and 3dmark vantage with my new videocard. Then I noticed in the memory section it says:



    See test results below:
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti video card benchmark result - Intel Core i5-2500K Processor,ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. P8Z77-M PRO score: P4794 3DMarks

    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti video card benchmark result - Intel Core i5-2500K Processor,ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. P8Z77-M PRO score: P19976 3DMarks


    I did set it on X.M.P. in the bios since it would run on 1333 if not. CPU-Z tells a different story.



    So what's happening to my rams? CPU-Z is wrong? 3dmark is wrong? Or my ram readings are just faulty to both?
    Any thoughts before I totally trash these rams?

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    The G.Skill TridentX 2400MHz - will this fit into EVGA X79 FTW motherboard?
    EVGA says they support up to 2133MHz, so 2400MHz shuold be fine. It will work, but only at 2133MHz - am I right?

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    Your going to have to go into your boards bios and manualy set the memory 2133MHz, did you already buy the kit, if not why not buy a 2133MHz kit ?
    Also take a look at the new Kingston HyperX Beast 2133MHz kit.

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    Didn't buy yet. 2400HMz only because I cannot find TridentX clocked @ 2133 in any store. :-(

    Why HyperX?
    Isn't it G.Skill TridentX that is getting all the greatest opinions?

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