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Old 07-10-2005, 04:16 PM   #31
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yeah, your GPU kicks the crap outta mine, and your CPU is addiquite, dont worry i am sure you will be able to play it at my resiultions!
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Old 07-10-2005, 04:17 PM   #32
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dont forget my cpu is at 2.4ghz a little more than you, 200mhz more unless yours is o/c
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Old 07-10-2005, 04:17 PM   #33
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no ram is dual channel...the dual channel kits are just ram that has been tested to work with each other. if you want a dual channel setup it will depend if your motherboard supports it or not. all you need is two identical sticks of ram and a compatable motherboard that is dual channel to have a dual channel setup..you DO NOT need a dual channel kit.
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so then my NEO 4 PLATINUM SLI mobo which does support dual channel can use any 2 identical sticks in dual channel mode?
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yes
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what do you think about that kingston ram?
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wait zoom go to mysterybyte.com and find me 2 sticks of good identical ram . that doesnt go over $250.00
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given the limited variety there i would go with the Samsung/Infineon 512MB 400MHZ PC3200 DDR CAS-2.5, (Lifetime).
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I would trust Kingston RAM. THeir Value RAM did a good job in OC tests which was surprising. Corsair or Kingston are the two I heavily favored. Crucial Ballistix I never tried, but they have low latency but costs too darn much.
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why not 2 sticks of kingston 1gb? the one at the very top
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