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Which would you prefer? I currently have the 1.5gb of g. skill but I am looking to upgrade a little. Also what can I overclock the G Skill timings and voltage too?

1536kb DDRII G SKill 667
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231049

vs.

1024kb DDRII OCZ Gold 800
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820227123
or
1024kb DDRII OCZ S.O.E. 800
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820227160
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i havnt used those particular ram modules before , what i would do is do a search for that particular modules and it should give a bunch of places that have ran them through the ocing gamet and the results whcih then you can get a loose idea of how they will do, ive used both gskill and ocz in ddr form but those were tccd chips, im not sure what chips they are putting in there ddr2 stuff hopefully micron d8 or whatever there called
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The OCZ SOE is the better ram. Its got the tightest timings at ddr800. I thinks its worth the extra few $$.
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Originally Posted by pbasil1
The OCZ SOE is the better ram. Its got the tightest timings at ddr800. I thinks its worth the extra few $$.
yeah i plan on getting a cheat 7900gto and upgrade the ram to 1gb ddrII ocz
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Geil Ultras DDR2 among others that use Micron D9 ICs are screamers.
    
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some of the crucial ballistic do to (good stuff)
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Quote:
Originally Posted by MADMAX22
some of the crucial ballistic do to (good stuff)
Crucial is Micron.
Micron makes the IC, Crucial is the division that assembles them for retail sales.
    
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oh yeah dobt
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