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View Poll Results: Favorite Brand of Memory
GSkill 19 32.20%
Corsair 24 40.68%
Crucial 2 3.39%
Mushkin 7 11.86%
OCZ 4 6.78%
Kingston 1 1.69%
Patriot 1 1.69%
Geil 1 1.69%
A-Data 0 0%
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post #21 of 27 Old 12-23-2010, 02:05 PM
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I've always favored G.Skill and Corsair, but I've also had quite a few sets of OCZ, as Newegg always had OCZ memory for super cheap after MIR.

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Corsair for me. Have never had issues with there ram has always been reliable. I have had troubles with G.Skill an Giel in the past blue screening etc when on stock settings.

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I have only ever bought G.Skill. 3 kits all from them. 2 4GB DDR2 800s and a DDR3 1600 all run great!. OCZ made me feel like a total d**k cause I recommended them to a friend once cause the price of their one Fatal1ty kit was right in his budget. DOA and they wouldn't RMA him. He now has my G.Skill 4GB DDR2 kit. LOL

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my gskill has made no problems... anything but ocz, had 2 sets both had a stick die at stock voltage within 3 motnhs

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G.Skill or Mushkin are my favorite.

OCZ use to be one of my favorite but since they've left the high-end memory market, they aren't anymore.

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Corsair, cheap and reliable. Now if EVGA made ram, that would be awesome.

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