Just a sec...if you get ValueRAM atleast get good timings. That mushkin that was posted was 2.5-4-4- and newegg doesn't even show the cycle time. Anywho the middle numbers, ras to cas and ras precharge actually do make quite a difference in mb/sec bandwidth transfer.
I suggest you look into getting some that have an advertised timings of 2.5-3-3-8 since you're going valueRAM you might as well pay $5 extra for faster ValueRAM ya know?
ll take on any of u bigboy Expensive @$$ ram and smoke u in any game out there...i run 3 sticks of Ultra 512mb each with those fancy ($6.99) heat spreaders
Doesn't matter, heatspreaders don't really do anything that's the general concensus for the most part...so because it looks fancy doesn't mean squat. Also technically if someone did bench it against yours they would win only slightly with high performance, that slight win isn't worth the extra price though, but if I bought these:
I can guarantee you your RAM wouldn't be able to keep up, because those are MADE for overclocking. That's why you pay that expensive price...its for people who know how to use that kind of expensive hardware properly and milk it for all the performance it's got.
But like's been said if you aren't OC'ing then why pay that much