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October 28, 2010 6:09:40 PM

Is Mushkin really a good and reliable brand...

To me, it seems like a cheap crappy brand, I still prefer G.Skill, even just for the fact that their products look way cooler xD

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October 28, 2010 6:25:31 PM

Other than a DOA stick I got a couple years ago, any Mushkin DDR2 RAM I ever got is still running just fine. A pair at a time, that's probably not much more than a dozen sticks, but I'd say that's a pretty good record.

Edit: But yes, Mushkin has a reputation for producing quality RAM, although their prices can be a little high.
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October 28, 2010 9:53:04 PM

Mushkin usally gets good reviews and I have seen them used on OC'd systems, check out Newegg.com to see what others think about the brand/model your looking at if you havent already. And just to help give you peace of mind they offer a Lifetime Limited Warranty.
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October 28, 2010 10:04:34 PM

Yeah, what about a lifetime warranty, does that seriously mean I can return it anytime..
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October 28, 2010 10:20:20 PM

reaper2794 said:
Yeah, what about a lifetime warranty, does that seriously mean I can return it anytime..
I not 100% sure about this as I have not read into it in detail, but most companies will replace the RAM as long as you have it and is determined to be factory defective and not damaged by any type of missuse. I dont know if they will replace RAM that was damaged by OC past the factory specs. I would assume no. It must be defective though you cannot just return it on a whim. Also I belive most other brands of RAM offer the same thing.

Here is a link to the details on Mushkin Warranty
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October 28, 2010 10:23:53 PM

I see, well I guess I'll justspill water on it and return it haha jk xD
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October 28, 2010 10:33:15 PM

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October 29, 2010 3:53:31 AM

reaper2794 said:
Yeah, what about a lifetime warranty, does that seriously mean I can return it anytime..

As long as you have prrof of ownership you can in theory RMA the RAM to the manufacture.
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