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    memory advice please :)

    need some 200fsb ram for my sn45g but don't want to spend a fortune atm...

    would you go for 2 of these:

    TwinMOS PC3200 DDR-DIMM 256MB w/Winbond
    - 32M*8/16chip, 184-P (for DDR-PC400MHz) 7
    stocked £28.20

    from komplett

    or these

    Geil Value 256MB DDR PC3200 400MHz + Alum. heat spreader - Stocked £27.03
    http://www.microdirect.co.uk/default2.asp

    from microdirect

    your thoughts?

    cheers all

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    Go for the twinmoss, as winbond make good chips. Also people have had bad experiences with Geil.
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    I can't say from personal experience, but the other thread about TwinMOS seems to highlight that nearly everybody thinks it's pretty good stuff!

    http://forums.hexus.net/showthread.php?t=10546

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    Most people seem to prefer the twinmoss>Geil.
    Also, I have heard of people having problems with Microdirect before (although when I ordered they were ok)

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    I run 2x256 pc3200 twinmoss at 200fsb easily can do more but i don't need more for the time being . So i would go with the twinmoss better value for money.
    Last edited by Stylez; 15-01-2004 at 02:26 PM.

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    TwinMoss is great stuff, and at a good price, as said before in this thread, some people have had problems with geil.
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