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Poll: Best RAM company


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UV_Power

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Hey everyone. I have a friend asking me for advice on upgrading his system memory to 2GB. He has a motherboard which takes DDR PC3200 (like mine). Corsair and Kingston have always been my favorite. But, who makes the best memory?
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98springer

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I vote for Kingston. They've been around for years and have a great warranty.
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Same. Kingston is the best in my opinion. Though, Corsair doesn't lack quality either. It's the warranty of the Corsair one that makes us dislike it. Go for Kingston.

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If you are a high-end user, gamer, or overclocker, Corsair is the best choice, hands-down.
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Kingston has my vote. Their product seems to be more stable
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Corsair gets my vote... and I have only had to return Ram a couple of times out of at least 200 different sticks I have installed...they even cross shipped on a pair of modules when only one was bad...trusted me to send the one good stick back after getting the matched set...
they also have a lifetime warranty....

Edited by happyrck, 05 January 2008 - 08:25 AM.

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Corsair and OCZ are my favourite. I havn't had too much to do with OCZ yet, but i've yet to have any problems though.
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corsair,crucial,ocz and not necessarily in that order
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Crucial and OEM Micron.. :)
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Crucial and OEM Micron.. :)


Wow, Micron. lol I remember those things. That company hasn't been around for years.
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the cheapest! seriously i've never had problems when buying the cheapest ram. as long as it's the same specs as the top brands. when you see a kingston ram with nanya chips on it, and a no-name ram with the same [bleep] chips, why pay more for the kingston?
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