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I know that there's a lot of people out there asking u wich memory brand is the best but i would like to have a clear answer

i was myself thinking about buying this model

CORSAIR Twinx 1024mb PC-3200

so what are ur thoughts?
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  1. I've always been a Corsair guy because it's reliable and overclockable.
    It's a good choice to go for corsair. :D
  2. i have and it's great!
  3. I personally only use Corsair.

    -mpjesse
  4. Is there a clear answer?

    I feel as long as its quality ram from the reputable manufacturer its all roughly the same.

    Dont most of them use samsung parts any way?
  5. Quote:
    Is there a clear answer?

    I feel as long as its quality ram from the reputable manufacturer its all roughly the same.

    Dont most of them use samsung parts any way?
    true but corsair,ocz,and crucial get the best ones :D
  6. that should work, especially if its TCCD modules, that stuff is pretty fast. Corsair is the asus of memory, most certainly.
  7. ocz is the dfi of memory(they overclock well)
  8. What motherboard are you planning on using this memory with? If its a DFI board they dont recommend Corsair memory, rather Crucial or OCZ. But as for other boards, Corsair is very good memory.
  9. then what is the intel of memory?
  10. give up it's kingston! anyone wanna know why?
  11. kingston cause they are overpriced dont perform well and they market themselves falsely!
  12. im planning on using the ASROCK DUAL-SATA2, im not quite sure if its DFI or not.
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    im planning on using the ASROCK DUAL-SATA2, im not quite sure if its DFI or not.


    That would be a no. Asrock is the budget division of Asus.
  14. DFI doesn't have any subsidies. Also, I think Kingston is the Hyundai of memory. It is damn slow, has terribly overclockability and the quality of the product itself is horrendously bad.
  15. We only get Kingston and Spectek in Peru :p Also, only value ram (YAY!). Hence why I want to get some nice RAM from US soon ^^
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