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HyperX Savage 4GB DDR3 1866 Mhz CL9 £27.14 @ Amazon

£27.14 @ Amazon
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#1
It's good, but please check your motherboard and processor specification to make sure they BOTH support 1866Mhz or it'll underclock to a lower speed that you could have bought cheaper RAM for :)
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Nbaker
It's good, but please check your motherboard and processor specification to make sure they BOTH support 1866Mhz or it'll underclock to a lower speed that you could have bought cheaper RAM for :)

There is no cheaper RAM:)

Edited By: chriskrt on Dec 18, 2014 20:33
#3
exactly there isn't anything cheaper :P
#4
Nbaker
It's good, but please check your motherboard and processor specification to make sure they BOTH support 1866Mhz or it'll underclock to a lower speed that you could have bought cheaper RAM for :)
Not syrictly true ;)

For instance i7 930 spec sheet (pdf) states that the speeds supported are 1066mhz and below. Yet you can run 2000mhz plus.

Like you say though, it is good practice to check things like this out before you order.
#5
bios upgrades do happen, that said its worth (if you can) check the spd timings on the manufactors website .. as many will sync down to the lower speeds and usually sync one higher than advertised ..
#6
A3DELITIST
Nbaker
It's good, but please check your motherboard and processor specification to make sure they BOTH support 1866Mhz or it'll underclock to a lower speed that you could have bought cheaper RAM for :)
Not syrictly (sic) true. For instance i7 930 spec sheet (pdf) states that the speeds supported are 1066mhz and below. Yet you can run 2000mhz plus.
People interested in over-clocking or high speed RAM generally know the difference between officially rated RAM speeds and those that work in practice.
#7
Can this work with hyperx fury 4gb cl9 1333mhz? I don't mind if it underclocks its still cheaper.
#8
jojow158
Can this work with hyperx fury 4gb cl9 1333mhz? I don't mind if it underclocks its still cheaper.
Yes. RAM will default to the highest common dominator that all the components support.
So it will run at 1,333 but the latency will be down to the SPD settings on BOTH chips unless manually set.
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#11
Agharta
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Nbaker
It's good, but please check your motherboard and processor specification to make sure they BOTH support 1866Mhz or it'll underclock to a lower speed that you could have bought cheaper RAM for :)
Not syrictly (sic) true. For instance i7 930 spec sheet (pdf) states that the speeds supported are 1066mhz and below. Yet you can run 2000mhz plus.
People interested in over-clocking or high speed RAM generally know the difference between officially rated RAM speeds and those that work in practice.
Not talking about overclocking . i7 930 specs file States 1066mhz as highest compatible ram speed yet 1600mhz works fine using bios to select the jdec.
#12
A3DELITIST
Agharta
A3DELITIST
Nbaker
It's good, but please check your motherboard and processor specification to make sure they BOTH support 1866Mhz or it'll underclock to a lower speed that you could have bought cheaper RAM for :)
Not syrictly (sic) true. For instance i7 930 spec sheet (pdf) states that the speeds supported are 1066mhz and below. Yet you can run 2000mhz plus.
People interested in over-clocking or high speed RAM generally know the difference between officially rated RAM speeds and those that work in practice.
Not talking about overclocking . i7 930 specs file States 1066mhz as highest compatible ram speed yet 1600mhz works fine using bios to select the jdec.
Well there's the official specs and then there's reality which often differs. :)

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