I'm not thinking of buying memory now, but it is very interesting whats out there:
I am to tired to find links.
kingston pc2100 is better than crucial but it is like $50 for 256 meg
crucial pc2100 is $38 for 256 meg
corsair and other pc2400 chips are like overclocked pc2100 chips or something, for $70 256mb
now there is pc2700=DDR333Mhz comin out or already being made?
Rambus is better but intel crap is too expensive.
I think people should buy the crucial why its cheap, overclock it, and wait till pci-x and serial ata before upgradin. I'm goin to bed. I shouldn't even post this. Tell me why you think bout hte above.
Those are some strange looking chips...
I can tell you right off that Crucial has awesome customer support. Don't know if that makes a difference. Ok, let me look at this link.
Wow, impressive. Good benchmarks, and they got it to a 162 FSB. Assumedly at CAS3, but even so...
There's something not right with their benchmarks. It shows OCZ giving a benchmark at 160MHz, but then say the max they could get it to was 154MHz. Maybe they didn't make sure it was stable before running benchmarks? Didn't see anything else.
Anyhow, that Kingmax looks like really good stuff. Don't forget to take a look at Mushkin, if you haven't yet.
Are you planning on overclocking?
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