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Old 09-24-2004, 04:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have to go with xms pc 3200 twinx 1024 2-2-2-5 which im going to put on a abit a8v for my new build

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Same here but i have the platinum edition.
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Thats cool how much you paid for it ?
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Do they sell just 1 stick? And how do you find out if it's compatible with your mainboard? Sorry for stupid question.
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The one that im going to get comes with 2 compatible sticks 512x2. = 1g If you are buying a motherboard then it shows what is compatible dualchannel 2x 3x 4x dimm ddr 333 or 400 etc.
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Personally i never had a problem with the OEM Stuff. If I got the cash, Kingston. Otherwise, i have been happy with Hynix and Spectek.

I don't like Ramos or Nova. I had too many of them come back on RMA.
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Are those two other ones good ?
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OCZ and Crucial are the best in my book. Crucial for stability and user friendly, OCZ for performance and stabilty for gaming.
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What about oc'ing them is it the same as other.
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Well I don't know how much you could oc ocz performance series because they are already really fast, but I'm sure Crucial ram could handle it. I don't want to try that with mine 'cause I'm selling it to upgrade to pc2700 ram.
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