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Blackhawk8100
2015-10-30T15:05:35Z
Yeah, that is a possibility Static...
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2015-10-30T16:41:10Z

its also highly overclockable... so you could probably push the 3K up

You could definitely push the 3k up higher... but will it make it to 4200?? Probably not...

Blackhawk8100
2015-11-02T17:41:48Z
Will the price of the 4200Mhz come down though?
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2015-11-02T17:58:58Z

Will the price of the 4200Mhz come down though?

Eventually... but not for a very long time...

Blackhawk8100
2015-11-02T18:02:02Z
Precisely! Over clock the 3000 and cool it!
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2015-11-02T18:30:51Z

Precisely! Over clock the 3000 and cool it!

Yea... good luck with that...

Here is an example where they took a DDR4 3200 kit and were only about to get it to 3300.

http://www.tweaktown.com...ginners-guide/index.html 

To be fair though... Getting these super high clocked memory doesn't matter at all unless you are trying OC your CPU and get the highest possible benchmark scores.

In gaming, you wont see any benefit going from 2166 to 4200.

You will have lower latency, but you really wont be able to tell since you are comparing super incredibly fast to super incredibly awesomely fast... :tongue:

Blackhawk8100
2015-11-02T19:54:40Z
Apples to Apples eh?
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2015-11-02T21:45:07Z

Apples to Apples eh?

They used 3 different set of DDR4 memory and none of them were able to get past 3300... The point is that not all RAM is created equally.

Those really expensive examples that are clocked at 4200 are the cream of the crop! They were built the best, tested the best, they are the best! Few sticks can reach those speeds!

Blackhawk8100
2015-11-02T21:51:36Z

They used 3 different set of DDR4 memory and none of them were able to get past 3300... The point is that not all RAM is created equally.

Those really expensive examples that are clocked at 4200 are the cream of the crop! They were built the best, tested the best, they are the best! Few sticks can reach those speeds!

You rhymin all the time man, master of words, as your raps unfurl yo.

starwhite
2015-11-09T10:39:53Z
I would go with the latest I7, 2 Nvidia Dual GPU cards, 64 GB s of Ram, M2 SSD, it would meet your needs.
Blackhawk8100
2015-11-09T12:04:47Z

I would go with the latest I7, 2 Nvidia Dual GPU cards, 64 GB s of Ram, M2 SSD, it would meet your needs.

And that would be extremely expensive. That is an awful idea.