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hey
ive always been a fan of OCZ and kingston but ive now decided to try out some corsair ram, so just wondering what ppl think on this basic set here.
http://www.scorptec.com.au/product/20291/
Im pretty sure its better than my current ram.

cheers
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hey
ive always been a fan of OCZ and kingston but ive now decided to try out some corsair ram, so just wondering what ppl think on this basic set here.
http://www.scorptec.com.au/product/20291/
Im pretty sure its better than my current ram.

cheers
lol, what is wrong with your current ram? That ram you listed might be good, but my lord, it is so high $$$...you could find some other brand for cheaper probably...or just overclock your OCZ ram that high...but why do you need it any higher? Is your ram running slower than the FSB or something??
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thats a rip off

Go for Crucial Tracer 8500s if you want to upgrade
    
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lol its in AUD not US, so thats like 160 US$. Its not expensive, i can afford it easily.

edit: i only want opinions on how good this ram is, if its better than my current ram, ill get it.
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