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Opinion: Kingston hyperx DDR2

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Anyone have any ideas what this type of memory is like and whether it is good for OCing?
    
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Trying to post a link, but it's been reviewed a few times if you google it.
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HyperX is excellent. I have 2GB PC2-9200 not in use. They run stable at 1280MHz 4-4-4-12.
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i personally love my 2 gigs of hyper x, and i have had no issues thus far. kingston is reputable, reliable, and those dimms come covered for lifetime.
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