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Well i would expect it to go up to at least 1500.
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:tazz: .... thanks for killing any hopes for me of getting it for under $1500
you're a big party bummer ;) lol j/k
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lol, you might be lucky.
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hey again about the ram, alright this is what im thinking

im either gonna get the OCZ ddr400 pc3200 1024 mb performance series
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the Kingston Dual Channel 1024 mb...

Which is better? im leaning towards the OCZ because of the better timing, but kingston because of the dual channel, you're suggestions are much appreciated :tazz:
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For gaming go for the best timing, Either ocz or Corsair gaming series with low latency
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well..you gotta remember im on a budget here :tazz:
im kind of leaning to get OCZ PC-3200 DDR400 Performance Series (512MBx2)
They're only about 140 bucks and and they've got those handy dandy copper heatspeaders?
oh yea and CL2.5-3-3-6 (on an AMD system)
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Well the ocz will be dual channel it doesnt always say. i would get the ocz.
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and they've got those handy dandy copper heatspeaders?

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They dont really do anything but hide what kind of chips the manufacturer is using.

If you ever notice the sticker on there says (if removed it voids the warranty) and they place it right on one of the clips that holds the heatspeader on :tazz:


They think there slick but im onto them :)
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haha, hopefully you're one step ahead of OCZ.
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