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RAM Thoughts?


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rainmaker

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I am looking at buying some RAM and a wondering if anyone has some recommendations/warnings to share. (Kingstons vs. Corsair vs Ultra vs ? ) Probably 512Mb in the PC2700 or PC3200 variety. Thanks.
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Hi,

I like Corsair, it is compatible with most any board, I run value select because I don't overclock much but if you are planning to oc you should use corsair XMS.

As far as pc 2700 or pc3200 I would need to know your specs to comment.

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My money would by either the Kingston or the Corsair, pc2700 is decent, if your motherboard can take the 3200 then i would recommend that...check www.tigerdirect.com for great memory prices :tazz:
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If you plan on to doing alot of gaming then Corsair. But if not, then head over to Crucial. I have nerver had a problem with there RAM at all. Hope that this helps.

Edited by DHooper, 23 February 2005 - 05:46 AM.

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