After reading through the specs on both pieces of RAM and noticing the Lifetime Warranty on both sets, I was wondering, "Whats the difference?" So, I bring it to you. Why is Kinston's DDR 2700 512MB RAM, $40 cheaper at Newegg than Crucials? Is it worth spending the extra 40 and getting a Crucial? Why?
Also, I know of the problems with the Kingston RDRAM. Has there been any problems with their DDR?
Thanks for the info.
<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by Thadar on 10/16/02 05:48 PM.</EM></FONT></P>
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I would also like to know since I'm going to make my purchase real soon. For those who know, please respond!!!!!!!!!