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OCZ release Rimm 4800

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September 19, 2002 1:27:47 AM

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But on OCZ website i cannot found it.

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September 19, 2002 1:53:24 AM

OCZ is known to be a fraudy company who changes names constantly to avoid any returns of bad or faulty RAM sticks.
I don't know whether this RIMM 4800 is valid or even worth it, but I suppose for overclockers it should be. It's OCZ's rep that is very suspecting.

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September 20, 2002 12:20:41 AM

I agreed but you buy DDR so that about the same quality

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September 20, 2002 3:07:31 PM

OCZ. hehehe...

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September 22, 2002 6:52:53 PM

Hmm, maybe these will work at RIMM4200 speed without crashing?

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September 22, 2002 11:57:55 PM

ok. i see all this slamming of ocz. i have a 512 stick of it. i've never had any problems. if you go to newegg and look at the reviews of ozc ram by people who ACTUALLY USE IT you will notice the same thing. i'm not about to get in a big arguement but this is more so if someone is concerned that maybe they should check things over before paying a lot more cash just so the ram says crucial on it.

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September 23, 2002 12:07:47 AM

Good for you, you must've gotten remarked Corsair XMS.

Soon enough, Intel will make the i845s...imagine dual channel Sdram...*shudder*
September 23, 2002 2:14:32 AM

Actually I own an OCZ also. I just said that because I saw a lot of recent news of how they change their name each time to avoid problems.

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September 25, 2002 10:41:14 AM

you had a good experience. Congrats. Me? I had a bad experience. boo hoo...

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September 26, 2002 2:20:28 AM

i'm sorry to hear that. i have a 2 part question:
1. is 512Mb enough ram if I'm running winxp (for gaming and the like)?
2. if i want to buy another 512 stick do i have to buy the same brand or can i just buy another stick that is pc2700 CL 2.0?

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September 26, 2002 3:10:37 AM

512mb is sufficient for most gamers currently.
some feel the need for more though.

with high speed ram, usually its safest sticking with the same brand and type of ram for the second stick. reduces the chances of incompatibilities.

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September 26, 2002 8:17:02 PM

Having higher than 512MB RAM in WinXP will no longer make a difference unless you work with hugely big memory hungry programs. 512MB is the optimum, it makes everything faster to exit or even open, shut down, switch users and play.
Stay with 512MB, but as for different brands, I got an OCZ PC2400 DDR and a Kingston PC2100, works with no problems.

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