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Thread: Choice of four Corsair Memoey modules

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    I have 1GB of that Geil Value RAM in a SN45G with an XP3200+ running fine at 200fsb, haven't tried overclocking it as there is no need as it is just in my parents machine. Probs a bit over kill for web surfing...

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    lol, definitely overkill for websurfing.

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    What processor you going to be running it with?
    And are you going to overclock?

    With AMD's you probably want PC3200 as that will run with synced with the processor so there will be no delay, and a highly recommended manufacturer like corsair will be able to overclock well.

    With P4's you want more bandwidth really, such as pc4000, or 'C' processors (800fsb) and that gives you lots of overclocking potential.

    Definatly get 1gb for gaming, my 512mb is starting to be a slow (dont have no money for upgrade though ) If you go for cheaper RAM that corsair you may find that you cannot have as tight timings or overclock as far.
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    http://www.shop4memory.co.uk/

    have a look at the deals they h ave on OCZ ram there, u can get an excellent dual chan 1gig kit for £91...i have one, clocks nicely and looks cool to boot =)

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    if your looking for EXTREME performance and looks then the "PRO" memory with the LED lights are the way forward.

    I recently tested a 1 Gb set of 3200 of these and nearly cried when I had to return them, but all I can say is that I keep mithering Corsair to send me some

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