So, I'm building a new computer during this holiday season, it'll be based on a 4770k and an ASUS Z87-C. I plan to do some modest, cautious overclocking, I'm imagining 4.3gHz or 4.4gHz, whatever I can do with very minor tweaks in voltage to keep temperature increase to an absolute minimum. But, with that, I'm also considering overclocking my RAM. And as such, I've been doing some research. I'm seeing some interesting pricing trends. Looking at G.Skill memory, I can pick up a 2x4GB pack of 1600 for $75, 2133 for $90, or 2400 for (weirdly) the same $75. The forums I've perused are giving me some conflicting information, though, which is confusing me enough to ask here. A lot of people are saying that moving up from 1600 up to 2133 will yield a noticeable performance increase in memory-intensive applications, but then people saying moving up from 1600 up to 2400 will have almost no increase in performance. So, I'm not sure what to believe. I'm a photographer working very frequently with Photoshop, and high-res, uncompressed, 16-bit images get pretty large pretty fast, so I could actually stand to benefit from faster memory, if there is a gain to be had. I'll likely need more than the 8GB I'm getting now, but I'll be upgrading to 24GB (adding in another 2x8GB) later in the year when I have the money. But, for the first few months of my computer's life, it'll just be an 8GB machine. So, considering 1600 and 2400 will cost me the same, should I just go for that and overclock as high as stability will allow, or is 2133 somehow higher-performing than 2400, or is all of this extremely negligible and should I just stick with 1600? Thanks awfully!