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Old 08-26-2004, 04:00 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Most burners nowadays will read anything, i'd say the choice is up to you. Just make sure you got a dvd burner thats compatible with the choice you make.

Originally Posted by Norcent
It would be bad if you had a divorse over something stupid like batteries.
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Originally posted by YourPrinter
how can ram be at 1000 mhz?
Yeah, about that, I'm not really sure. It's dual channel, so it's twice as fast as what the single stick is? I will have to look it up using Sisoft Sandra, the PC builder said he got the fastest ASUS memory (2x512) in dual channel that runs at a total of 1 ghz.

EDIT: I see 2x200mhz, is that per memory bank? That would be a total of 800mhz for the two sticks. The front side bus for the board is 4x200 which is 800mhz.

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