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    Today we're looking at a set of Crucial 6GB DDR3-1333 tri-channel modules for some Core i7 goodness, and though they are very conservatively timed at CL9, we'll soon see that these sticks are capable of far better, both in timings and speed, and can overclock like a champ.

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    great review and when i get around to doing an i7 build i will be looking at crucial memory.
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    Well the nice thing about these modules is that they're an entry-level kit, but they have enormous headroom that will let anyone overclock an i7 920 to very high levels. Unless you're looking for 2000Mhz modules, these will do the job just fine.

    Speaking of which, Crucial is sending their new flagship 2000Mhz Ballistix sticks for testing I have a a different set of 2000MHz modules on the test bench right now, so it's going to be interested to see the results side by side.......

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