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So I was looking for cas 4 and this is what is currently available for $92:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820211174

Yes, I know I just missed the rebates on ballistix and new egg has the g.skill HZ for $130.
But what do you guys think of these A-datas? Anyone know the OC capabilities? Anyone own them?
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Personally I would get something else, thos tended to have a high failure rate. I know a bunch of people here had them and got good oc's but there were also a bunch of poepl that had them die on them.

Personally I would loook around and get maybe the supertalent. It is cas5 but I am sure it will run cas4 at ddr2 800 and cas5 at ddr2 1000.

The wintec ddr2 800 sticks are also some good stuff and should oc fairly well to obscenely well for the price.
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