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Old 08-30-2006, 11:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ok so here's the question
2 seemingly identical memory kits.
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2 TeamGroup
i definately like the bh5 and think the price is much better for the added performance... whats everyone think?!
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Not trying to"jack" this but what is the "dreaded BSOD?

I'm not qualified to answer your question, sorry.
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Lmao, that GIF is awesome.
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ok so here's the question
2 seemingly identical memory kits.
1mushkin
2 TeamGroup
i definately like the bh5 and think the price is much better for the added performance... whats everyone think?!
Umm, if I had to choose, I'd take the Mushkin, but that's just because I know them better than Teamgroup. Some pretty nice RAM, those are! In the end, I suppose you have to take the one that you like the most, and if that fails, the ones that are cheaper!
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If they both use BH5's it's probably a toss up. Both company's make great enthusiast RAM sticks. I know the TeamGroup have become very popular for DDR2 sticks as well.

I didn't look at all the detail but looks like both are rated at the same timings. You should check to see if both are rated at that speed/timings at the same voltage. You could also check to see what PCB's they use.

I would just pick on price
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