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    Samsung pc3200 'original' - spot the difference for me :)

    What's the diff between this: http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/produ...duct_uid=42027

    and this: http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/produ...duct_uid=52595

    I know there's a price diff, but why? I want to get it if it's the same stuff (i.e. buy the cheaper one).

    Thanks in advance for any info.,

    Bruno

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    Looks the same ... there both 256Mb PC3200 DDR Samsung Original!

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    The pictures looks different...

    maybe they are single sided, and double sided or something.

    Will

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    ring them up and ask, thats the best way

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    Get the cheaper one at 31.25 pounds. Why? According to Samsung's site, it has the ability to do better timings than its counterpart.

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    EDIT: Also, it seems the cheaper RAM are newer models. As for overclockability, I guess you have to just try and see. Overclocking is never guaranteed.
    Last edited by Rod911; 12-10-2003 at 09:30 AM.

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    samsung chips can overclock well, i got 2 sticks of pc2700 runnign in sync at ddr400...

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    It's not really going to be o/c'd too much - it's for a 2nd rig, but I'd like to get something that's cheap, but'll also be able to be used in the future. I think I'll just go for the cheap one - thanks for the info.

    Bruno

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