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    RAM questions

    Corsair vs Kingston at indentical cost...?

    "Note: nForce2 does NOT supports x4 memory device. 1GB can be made by other density of dram chip such as x 8, x16."

    Which means what? Is it significant?

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    I think that x4 stuff is about the type/number of chips on the RAM stick. All good brands tell you what they are (like 32x8 for example.)

    As for Corsair/Kingston, I'd say Corsair, but no real reason except that I hear of them more, lol.
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    Komusa - ONLINE ORDER ONLY - Komusa 256MB PC3700 466MHz DDR SDRAM DDR433 unbuffered. 184pin
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    If you are worried the RAM is not compatible with NF2 email the manufacturer of both the RAM and mobo. Also may as well email the supplier and ask if they have tested it in an NF2 board.

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