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    Question best memory, corsair or kingston?

    What's the best ram for an Asus K8V, I've been looking at Corsair XMS, Kingston HyperX and crucial. Any one better than the other?
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    They're all good, as far as I know.

    I've used Crucial and Corsair, but not Kingston. Corsair's good for overclocking, Crucial's good for stability and doesn't overclock too bad either.

    I've read good things about Kingston, but it's expensive.

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