RAM Brand

I just bought 256Mb of SDRAM, PC133. Its brand is NOVA, an Australian brand. Can anyone tell me anything about it? Does the brand of ram make a lot of difference?
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  1. GP20 -

    I have no idea, but you might be able to track it down via this page:

    <A HREF="http://www.overclockers.com.au/pcdb/view.php?page=stats&name=RyoSaeba" target="_new">http://www.overclockers.com.au/pcdb/view.php?page=stats&name=RyoSaeba</A>

    The system profiled here uses NOVA memory, and it looks like you can e-mail the owner.

    Hope this helps -


    beans
  2. I have heard of this memory and I know that Legend Australia supplies or manufactures them. They only have a 3 year warranty on them (I think) as opposed to the lifetime warranty you can get on other memory types. A computer store I know (and have bought some components from) told me that this memory wasn't really good and a lot of customers have returned it for some reason rather. I don't know if this is to be true, but I am told the nova memory is of lower grade and that's why it's cheaper opposed to their lifetime warranty memory. The website for Legend is http://www.legend.com.au, however, don't expect to find any decent information on their memory products...I couldn't.
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