Re: Some questions... need help
Well, for video games... the 6600gt is a great choice. The memory isn't really all that matters you know... the 6600gt 128mb will outperform the 6200 256mb anyday... and your card too. It' just new technology, faster memory, more pipelines, etc. Yes, it would. I don't know why tigerdirect says 2ghz to newegg's 1ghz, but an amd is supposed to have 2ghz... I have 2200mhz on my amd... I'd say get the ocz... unless you're a MAJOR multitasker... you won't need it. OCZ makes excellent ram and that pair looks amazing. OEM is a manufacturer of component parts that are used by other companies. These parts are then incorporated, re-branded or modified by the other companies and sold to their consumers.
Investopedia Says: The term is most often used in the computer industry, where products such as Windows will be referred to as OEM. A company like Dell Computers will incorporate the Windows operating software into its computers and sell the computers to its customers with the Windows product installed. Retail just comes with more things, but is often more expensive than OEM. For cpu's, OEM is not good. They don't come with the heatsinks, etc, (to my knowledge) but like other things it's ok. Hope this helps.
Macbook Pro and Logitech z5500s. All you really need.