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    Talking IS this good ram to yous with ABIT NF7-S V2.0

    OK guys here is a list of the ram

    (0) Kingmax PC3500 433Mhz 1GB (2 x 512Mb) Dual Channel
    cas2.5-4-4-8 /3-5-5-8 £154 all in

    (1) Corsair TWINX1024-3700 1GB DDR466 XMS3700 Dual-Channel Memory w/Heat Spreader Retail cas3-4-4-8
    Lifetime Warranty £190 all in

    (2) Corsair TWINX1024-3700PT 1GB DDR466 XMS3700 Dual-Channel Memory w/Platinum Heat Spreader Retail cas 3-4-4-8
    Lifetime Warranty £205 all in

    (3) Corsair TWINX1024-3200LLPT 1GB DDR400 XMS3200 Ultra Low Latency Dual-Channel Memory w/Platinum Heat Spreader Retail cas 2-3-2-6-T1
    Lifetime Warranty £208 all in
    so what you guys think

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    Im getting some Geil PC3700 plat soon (2*512's ~ £205) as i currently have 2*256's and they are great

    Save yourself some cash by not getting a "dual certified" ones.
    non dual certified RAM also has default tighter timings.
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    And by trying to force me to like small pants, they've alienated me.

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    wear you getting your ram from m8?.
    all so i dont think you pic the Corsair TWINX any cheaper then the price i posted can you if so wear as i would like to save some ???

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    thanks for posting back so fast m8

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    IMHO it's a little pointless sticking anything faster than PC3200 into SktA, 400FSB and Dual Channel PC3200 are way more than SktA needs to perform superbly. I'd suggest TwinMOS pref with Winbond. Slow timings would lean me away from Crucial or Adata while the past of both Geil andf OCZ would lean me away from those too. The premium prices asked for the likes of Corsair really aren't worth it IMHO. I'd say get TwinMOS.

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    mines probably coming from Aria.

    The prices you have posted are pretty good for all the RAM though, there is only going to be a few quid in it where ever you go once you factor in P&P.
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    And by trying to force me to like small pants, they've alienated me.

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    the prices includs post&packing
    i would look @twinmoss but i dont wont to take the risk with the TWINMOSS not doing 200+fsb @11

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    If all goes well, I am getting TwinMOS with Winbond.
    Lets see if it can go 200+ (or even CAS2 200).

    I don't mind paying for a *lil* premium for slightly better memory..
    But the likes of Corsair/Mushkin ask for more than a *lil* premium...

    BTW, how useful are heat spreaders? Heat spreaders with fans?
    (How much more Mhz can you push by adding either?)

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    Planetside,

    where did you get the price for the Kingmax?

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    • Knoxville's system
      • Motherboard:
      • Intel X58
      • CPU:
      • Intel i7 920
      • Memory:
      • 2GB DDR3
      • Storage:
      • 1TB
      • Graphics card(s):
      • ATi HD3450
      • PSU:
      • Generic
      • Case:
      • Cheap and nasty
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      • Vista 64
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    I'd reccomend some mushkin 3500 , got 2 * 256mb here in dual channel and its great

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