Apacer DDR

Sorry bout posting this question here, but I need an answer real fast. At Newegg I can get Kingston DDR 512MB for $52 cl 2.5. However, for $53 I can get an Apacer CL2 512MB module DDR (all PC2100). I've never heard of apacer, though it uses infineon chips, so is this trustable? Which one should I go with?

Hilbert space is a big place.
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  1. I've used Kingston PC2100 CL2.5 DDR, It's very good and runs 100% stable at PC2100 2.0-2-2-6 (M/B:- MSI K7N420 Pro)

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  2. I got the apacer. Woot! 1GB DDR on the way and getting a 120GB Maxtor 8mb cache tomorrow for total of 200GB! woot! All for winning a science contest hehehe.

    Hilbert space is a big place.
  3. i got 2x256 of apacer ddr2100 works fine, overclocks pretty good also.
  4. Apacer has always been a good brand, ive used SDRAM and DDR Ram varients from them....very good stuff =)

    And Infineon ive always found to be very good Ram chips also.....

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  5. Hehe, doing an upgrade everyday. Got my 120GB HDD today (Wednesday), tomorrow my first stick of 512DDR arrives, then friday the other.

    Hilbert space is a big place.
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