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    For the user looking to harness the power of DDR3 and achieve higher performance but not the extreme price tag, then today's PNY XLR8 4GB DDR3-1600 CL8 modules may very well be a great choice. We’re looking at a set of memory that promises great overclocking and sleek aesthetics for a good price. Backed by PNY's strong product history and lifetime warranty, the XLR8 (read "accelerate, get it?) performance memory might be something right up your enthusiast alley.



    Click HERE for the full review.

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    great review!

    what was your cpu clock?

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    Stellar review Jake, not to mention some very stellar sticks PNY did a great job I look forward to seeing more of there products.

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    Good review Nice product

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    I've been posting every review lately on other forums. I hope review traffic have increased.

    One thing I learned is people can be such ******... they bicker over the smallest things. Just read the review and shut the hell up!
    Last edited by Skyguy; 22-06-2010 at 14:39.

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    Not to worry, for every nitpicking complaint, we get several positive feedback comments. I regularly have people email me out of the blue to compliment our reviews and thank us for helping them decide what hardware to buy (or not).

    It's extremely easy to complain when you're anonymous on the Web. Kid stuff, really. But it takes a big boy to come here and discuss things. Of course, that's not what happens because their logic won't withstand any sort of retort from me, so they stay in their own little corner of the world and complain. All the power to them, too bad they have no lives worth more important things.

    In any event, if someone has constructive criticism, they're welcome to come here and explain their viewpoint. Otherwise, we just keep on truckin'.

    And for the record, yes, traffic is up. Traffic, rankings, visitors......you name it.......have all been up and up and up since we took over the site. I'd call an 800% increase pretty darn good if you ask me.

    Don't let it get to ya. Just post the link and move on, such childish behaviour isn't worth your time bud.




    Now, as for the review, the facts speak for themselves. These PNY XLR8 modules are the second best for this speed (of any latency) that have ever been tested here. That is fact. They are also one of the most affordable 1600 CAS8 kits you'll find on the market. That is also fact. Those two things alone add up to a very, very good set of memory modules. End of story.
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    Personally I appreciate Skyguy for the reviews and work involved. Several here....Deton, Dr. Death and many others have helped me more in the short time I've been apart that I cannot thank you enough. Amazing place to learn and hopefully help others.

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    I've been here for YEARS (lurking), and I've always enjoyed this place (both old and new administration). It's a great place to learn, 90% of the people are a pleasure, and just a good place to hang out. I'm happy to be back to visiting regularly and glad to see the site get some recognition.

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    PNY paid attention to aesthetics with this line. They look quite refined in their simple black and underemphasized branding. Being low-profile is a plus in any air-cooler's book.

    Very well written, Jake.

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