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Hi everybody.
I'm thinking of buying new RAM and can't decide between Corsair Value Select and Corsair TwinX1024-3200C2? Is the second one worth the extra money?
Is it at all wise to buy DDR memory with DDR2 coming?
Thx.
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Do you plan on overclocking the memory?? If not then the Corsiar Value is fine. Also check out Crucial Memory. In order to use DDR2 memory, I belevie that you need a motherboard that supports it. Hope that this helps.
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It does. I also realized that DDR2 memory wouldn't fit on my current motherboard, and since I don't intend on buying a new one that's settled :tazz:
Is there much improvement to be gained by overclocking your RAM? I have an AMD based system (Athlon 2500+) and have read somewhere that lower latencies are more important for AMD processors than higher frequencies?
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