View Poll Results: Which RAM, OCZ Premier or GEIL Value???

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Thread: OCZ or Geil RAM

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    OCZ or Geil RAM

    Ok this needs to be a quickie,

    I wanna know whether i should buy

    a gig of GEIL VALUE PC3200 RAM (2x512) blue heatsinks

    or

    a gig of OCZ PREMIER PC3200 RAM (OCZ400512PH) (2x 512) copper heatsinks

    These are to put into my system and would like a quick vote to see which you think is best!

    Cheers to all that takes part

    Ian

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    What system you going to put this into ?



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    i dont need dual channel, but got xp2500+ at 200fsb and using a7v600 mobo etc etc

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    how much should i pay for the ocz premier pc3200 with copper heatsinks? they are second hand mind!

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    i've ordered that Geil pc3200 Ram, have to let me know how you get on if you decide to buy it.

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    Whichever is cheaper really, I've tried both and had no problems with either...

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    I have 1 gig of Geil value and its fantastic, its very overclockable. Have a look at some reviews. I think Rodney did a video review of the Geil RAM over at www.3dgameman.com and awarded it kickass, which is why I bought the Geil.

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    Having had a look over at www.overclock.co.uk, they have Kingmax high-speed DDR sticks which are very cheap indeed - I haven't seen any other UK e-tailer that sells them. Custom PC magazine rates them very highly...

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    I think Aria do Kingmax as well, I've heard some good things about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timmy!!!
    I think Rodney did a video review of the Geil RAM over at www.3dgameman.com

    lol rodney awards everything a kickass rating doesnt he
    his site is entertainign though.

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    OCZ it is! awaiting delivery...

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