I don't know how much hardware HH has, but I'm always eager to see those comparisons. As long as AMDs processors stay on the market, that's some fairly evergreen content that can drive search traffic for years.
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I don't follow. Did I mistype something or was that some kind tagging the forum supports, or?
example, newegg right now g.skill ares ddr3 8GB (2x4GB): 1600 $37, 1866 $38, 2133 $39, 2400 $45. And that's without deal watching. Even $6 for that last jump is a good value if you could get a 20% boost in FPS. Try getting that with a processor $6 more expensive.
You said gains in the post above mine, and I was referencing a meme: http://www.urbandictiona...om/define.php?term=Gains
I mean, can have cat pepe :P
We're thrilled, then, that the Trinity design's memory controller supports data rates up to DDR3-2400. Although 19.2 GB/s per channel is quite a ways off from the 288 GB/s you get from a Radeon HD 7970 GHz Edition's 3 GB of GDDR5, every little bit of bandwidth helps, particularly in games. And that's what we'll be testing today.