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post #11 of 24
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Alright so if those get sold out or something what would be a good second choice?

Also SaII, any proof on that statement?
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...=124992&page=3

around the 3rd post "guess2098" said
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i am sure the newer C4 and C5 both using promos chip now
and everyone agreed with him/her

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there's always crucial rams, 800MHz 2.2v model are D9s
and 667MHz 3-3-3-12 ones are too, I hope
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http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...=124992&page=3

around the 3rd post "guess2098" said

and everyone agreed with him/her

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there's always crucial rams, 800MHz 2.2v model are D9s
and 667MHz 3-3-3-12 ones are too, I hope
hmm, I wonder if I get the sticks from newegg, and they don't run the same as on the website if they would let me trade them out. Or if I should just pay the extra 50 and get something that I know will be good.
    
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I'm thinking of getting these
and adding on a couple of MHz

is this an factory OC'd ram or is it different from the 800MHz version -_-
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I'm thinking of getting these
and adding on a couple of MHz

is this an factory OC'd ram or is it different from the 800MHz version -_-
I don't think those are D9 chips. So I don't think they will OC as much or as well as sticks with D9 mem chips.
    
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I'm a lil' bit confused on this, can promos or other ICs run 500+ with CAS 5 and volts?

If they can, I'm going with promos
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Well, I thought that the Super Talent had D9s but not anymore apparently, so IMO, get the G.Skill HZ or Team Group Xtreem DDR2 800, both for less than $310.

Seems like basically anything below $300 is not D9s anymore.

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...8&postcount=13
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Well, I thought that the Super Talent had D9s but not anymore apparently, so IMO, get the G.Skill HZ or Team Group Xtreem DDR2 800, both for less than $310.

Seems like basically anything below $300 is not D9s anymore.

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...8&postcount=13
read this in the other thread, this sucks so much. I really didn't want to spend $300 for ram.
    
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Well, you get what you paid for but.........have no fear.

I'd have to say that "if" you don't want to shell out the full $300, then go for the G.Skill DDR2 800 $225 kit, someone here said that got it upto DDR2 900 which isn't bad but.....maybe plenty enough for you.

And as for the Buffalo having D9s? Well, I'm yet to see someone actually showing it and proving it. That review I saw could be fake and so far I'm not 100% sure if indeed they have 'em.

I know the G.Skill may have D9GTC but at least they vendor himself bins them and he always does a great job, I and several people have had the chance to get the G.Skill HZ to well over 1000mhz.

Don't want to spend much? G.Skill DDR2 800 $225 kit. 2GB that is.
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ehh, I was just figuring out some numbers, and its only gonna be like 50 bucks more so I think I will just get the $300 ram, but which ones though? I know the G skills are an option, but what about corsair or crucial, or team extreme or what not.
    
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I am completely with Nasgul here. 'Budget' DDR2 800... the $225 G.Skills. High end: G.Skill HZ or the Team Xstream (which has D9GMH's according to Tankguys)
    
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