OCZ 6GB DDR3 PC3-10666C9 Gold Low-Voltage Triple Channel Kit (3 X 2GB) (OCZ3G1333LV6GK) £69.99 @ Overclockers - HotUKDeals
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The OCZ PC3-10666 triple-channel memory kit is designed specifically for the Intel® Core i7 processor / Intel® X58 Express Chipset. Optimized for the Core i7s triple channel mode, these new 3GB, 6GB, and 12GB kits ensure optimal performance via an ideal combination of low voltage requirements, speed, and latency.

Developed for enthusiasts and early-adopters, the low voltage OCZ Triple Channel solutions are the choice counterparts for leading-edge performance that wont inhibit the functionality of Core i7 CPUs. In addition, modules are tested in matched triplets ensuring superior compatibility.

OCZs Triple Channel kits are 100% hand-tested for quality assurance and compatibility and feature propriety XTC (Xtreme Thermal Convection) heatspreaders for the most effective heat dissipation. Furthermore, each OCZ memory module is backed by the industry leading OCZ Lifetime Warranty and technical support for unparalleled peace of mind.

- 1333MHz DDR3
- CL 9-9-9-20 (CAS-TRCD-TRP-TRAS)
- Available in 3GB, 6GB, and 12GB Triple Channel Optimized kits
- Gold Z3 XTC Heatspreader**
- Lifetime Warranty
- 1.65 Volts
- 240 Pin DIMM
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#1
Bargain, Hot!
#2
Good price, shame the delivery is almost £7 for an envelope..
banned 1 Like #3
First time i've made it to the main page :)
/party
#4
Good price - hot!

What do you reckon. Should I sell my 6 x 1GB chips in my Dell Studio XPS and buy two sets of these to have the max 12GB RAM, or would this be total overkill..?
#5
aint this same deal posted every week?
#6
Good price for those that need it

I hope if you're planning on getting these to go inside a single pc, you're running 64-bit XP/Vista OS else it'll never even see or use more then 3.3gb (thereabouts) as regular XP vista can't address more than that so any more is useless in every sense.

Not sure if Windows 7 can address higher tho in 32bit as havent installed that on my main pc
#7
Liddle ol' me
Good price - hot!

What do you reckon. Should I sell my 6 x 1GB chips in my Dell Studio XPS and buy two sets of these to have the max 12GB RAM, or would this be total overkill..?


Total Overkill. Just close your eyes and do it.

How much better does an i7-based system feel to use than a core 2 quad? Would I notice much difference?
banned#8
WessexUnderwater
Total Overkill. Just close your eyes and do it.

How much better does an i7-based system feel to use than a core 2 quad? Would I notice much difference?


I'd do it just to f**k my mates off :P
:whistling: :whistling: :whistling: :whistling:
#9
WessexUnderwater
Total Overkill. Just close your eyes and do it.

How much better does an i7-based system feel to use than a core 2 quad? Would I notice much difference?


Can't compare sorry. I moved up from a Core 2 Duo.

If I upgrade to 9GB instead of 12, there'll be no problem putting 3 x 1GB sticks and 3 X 2GB sticks? It will just run at the speed of the slowest RAM, right?
#10
WessexUnderwater
Total Overkill. Just close your eyes and do it.

How much better does an i7-based system feel to use than a core 2 quad? Would I notice much difference?


I think the i7-Based systems are generally faster see some bench marks but in my honest opinion unless you have money to burn or like playing computer games its not really worth paying through your teeth for the latest technology anyway soon as you buy a PC its out of date already i would always buy a mid range pc and upgrade it latter when prices come down but each to there own but the RAM is a good price
#11
slinkydonkey
I think the i7-Based systems are generally faster see some bench marks but in my honest opinion unless you have money to burn or like playing computer games its not really worth paying through your teeth for the latest technology anyway soon as you buy a PC its out of date already i would always buy a mid range pc and upgrade it latter when prices come down but each to there own but the RAM is a good price


I agree with this too. If I hadn't been able to pick up this system at a decent discounted price from Dell (+ Quidco), I wouldn't have gone for it either. If I built it myself it would have cost at least £200 more :)
#12
slinkydonkey
I think the i7-Based systems are generally faster see some bench marks but in my honest opinion unless you have money to burn or like playing computer games its not really worth paying through your teeth for the latest technology anyway soon as you buy a PC its out of date already i would always buy a mid range pc and upgrade it latter when prices come down but each to there own but the RAM is a good price


Even then for games a good graphics card > good cpu
I went from a E6600 Core 2 duo to a Q9300 Core 2 Quad and see practically no benefit in 90% of games, only ones that I see it in are Supreme Commander and a couple of strategy ones where the game is designed to benefit multithreading
#13
finlay666
Even then for games a good graphics card > good cpu
I went from a E6600 Core 2 duo to a Q9300 Core 2 Quad and see practically no benefit in 90% of games, only ones that I see it in are Supreme Commander and a couple of strategy ones where the game is designed to benefit multithreading


The clock speed for those chips are pretty much the same, maybe your E6600 is faster I can't be bothered to look, but unless your using stuff that uses more than 2 cores of course logically they will be pretty much the same speed and you wouldn't notice a difference.

Video encoding on the other hand, you'd notice nearly a 100% difference as it has double the cores. i7 platform is also mainly for rendering and video encoding. It doesn't really benefit games but then we don't ALL play games.
#14
£78.04 delivered from OCUK versus £67.84 for 6GB of Crucual DDR3 1333 delivered from Novatech.
The timings are slightly worse on the Crucial (9-9-9-24 v 9-9-9-20) but that's negligible and you get Quidco with Novatech as well which brings it down to about £66.
So cold for me and the price should be updated to show postage surely! :thinking:
#15
Agharta you have to admit though that the ocz look much nicer *ahem*

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