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Old 09-14-2007, 04:29 PM   #1
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ok so im looking at ram i was origanly looking at OZC platnum PC2-8500 ram 2 gigs but im not sure if its worth the money the other set of ram i was looking at was the OZC reaper edition 2 gigs PC2-6400 i was wonder witch would be better to get for the money the reaper edition im looking at has something to do with a evga 680i chipset and im getting the evga 680i A1 version of the mobo
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Might be a good idea to check the mobo's specification to check the compatibility + the same with the RAM
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the mobo can thake the highest rated ddr2 ram on the market i looked into it already
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well just looking at them i would vote for the PC2-8500 but then again i haven't read the specs - where have you seen them?
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on the web site im ordering all my stuff from but a few parts its not newegg and i dont wanna hear a line of bull about not ordering from new egg plz ive heard enough the web site is www.xpcgear.com
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Ive found the reaper edition but cant seem to find the platinum one in a single 2Gb stick?

Edit: Spec for reaper edition seems very good - wish i had one lol

Edit 2: Actually i cant seem to find either in a single 2Gb stick - so im assuming you were looking to buy a set of two 1Gb sticks?
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http://www.xpcgear.com/ocz2g11002gk.html edit this is the ram i was looking at
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Well if your willing to spend that much on RAM or rather if your "comfortable" spending that much then thats a great choice spec seems good and from what i've read OCZ has a good reputation...thats all i can say really might be someone willing to disagree though.
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well im already spending bout 2700 bucks ill make a post with my build for some critisism
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hmm feel like sharing some of that

Kidding lol

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