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- Green Belt
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- Joined: Sat Mar 04, 2006 6:40 am
I'll start this back up again.
The company really doesn't matter all the much to me, the components used is more important.
But I've had great luck with OCZ and PQI so far.
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- Joined: Sun Mar 05, 2006 1:38 am
I voted Crucial, but it was a tough call... Corsair or OCZ could've taken my vote, but in the end I went with the Crucial brand... it's price, stability and lifetime warranty clinched it for me.
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I would have to say Patriot, OCZ, and anything that is TCCD.
Guns don't kill people, Chuck Norris kills people!
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My #1 memory is OCZ, altough I like Crucial as well.
Therfore...I voted for OCZ!!!
- Black Belt 5th Degree
- Posts: 8012
- Joined: Wed Mar 10, 2004 7:22 am
- Location: Fort Worth
I went with Corsair, but that's because it is the only brand I have worked with so far. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
Antec NeoHE 550
AMD 64 X2 4600+
ASUS A8N-SLI DELUXE
Corsair XMS (2X512)
Maxtor SATA (2x300GB) RAID 0
I personally like GEIL. I am running 1GB of kingston Value ram in my PC, but I have put GEIL ram into most of the systems that I have built for others. I like the heatsinks, the price, and the fact that the heatsinks are shiny.
- Green Belt
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- Location: Colchester, VT
I chose Crucial, because I don't really have much experience with all of those brands... and of the ones I do, I think Crucial is the most expensive therefore it MUST be the best, right?
- Mobo-fu Master
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The thing with Crucial is they warrant the sticks will work or you get other sticks until they work
We hate rut, but we fear change.
System error, strike any user to continue...
- Black Belt
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- Location: Here of course
I've never had problems with Kingston and it's cheap. I have bought several dimms from 18004memory.com (great prices for macs) and mine have worked well, but I do know that a couple of dimms that my company bought from there went bad. But this could possibly be the result of a power surge that was not suppressed.
- Brown Belt
- Posts: 297
- Joined: Mon Apr 10, 2006 8:38 pm
i voted coirsair no problems with my limited exp
any comments on patriot they are fairly new