Re: Adata, any good?
I've never had a problem with OCZ, I got 1GB on sale for 80 bucks about 6 months ago. I've heard it's good for overclocking and it said it was able to overclock but I don't do that, I just want RAM that will get the job done
as for adata, I've heard of them but never used them so I don't know if they're any good or not.
Desktop: Dell Dimension E510, 2.5GB RAM, Intel P4 3.0GHZ, 250GB HDD, Windows Vista Premium. Might not be the best, but the old girl is still running good.