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Which one of these is "better"? I know theyre both ment for high perfoamance, but what are the differences in actual performance and OCing?

Also.. can someone explain to me what these numbers stand for: 3-8-8-4. I know they have to do with RAM performance but I don't know specifiaclly what each number does or means..

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Pretty much both companies go neck n' neck. I prefere Corsair, but in some intel mobo Kingston seems to be just a tad faster.
Intead of stuffing this post with explanation of RAS, CAS, timmings, keep in mind this. The lower the numbers the better.. So a 2-5-5-4 will be faster then a 3-8-8-4 :D
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