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Bad Bubba

I'm seeing a lot of recomendations for Corsair memory in the group these
days. Is this "the" brand to get now?
 
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BR549

You obviously can't go wrong with Corsair memory but I buy what's on sale at
Best Buy, Circuit City, etc. and have never had one not work.
I'm seeing a lot of recomendations for Corsair memory in the group these
days. Is this "the" brand to get now?
 
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I'm seeing a lot of recomendations for Corsair memory in the group these
days. Is this "the" brand to get now?
Anandtech recently posted an article on memory sticks for AMD 64. OCZ
Platinum Rev. 2 PC 3200 offered the best price/performance ratio.
 
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Bad Bubba

Bad Bubba said:
I'm seeing a lot of recomendations for Corsair memory in the group these
days. Is this "the" brand to get now?
Thanks everyone for your input. I decided to go with two of the "1 gig
pairs" at Newegg for my new ASUS P4 board. I'm guessing from what I
read in the newsgroup that's the best way to go for two gigs, rather
than two 1 gig chips.
 
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Gareth Tuckwell

Bad Bubba said:
Thanks everyone for your input. I decided to go with two of the "1 gig
pairs" at Newegg for my new ASUS P4 board. I'm guessing from what I
read in the newsgroup that's the best way to go for two gigs, rather
than two 1 gig chips.
But a "1 gig" pair is two 1 gig chips??
 
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Bad Bubba

But a "1 gig" pair is two 1 gig chips??
According to the NewEgg web site a "1 gig pair" of Corsair memory is two
512 meg chips for a total of 1 gigabyte. I ordered two of these
"pairs" for a total of 2 gigabytes.

From what I have been reading in the group, 512 meg chips are more
stable and run cooler than 1 gig chips.
 
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John R Weiss

Bad Bubba said:
I'm seeing a lot of recomendations for Corsair memory in the group these
days. Is this "the" brand to get now?
Corsair, Kingston, or Crucial, IMO.
 
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