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post #11 of 12
A good read for beginners and all, but with so much selection out there and the ever-changing market, RAM can never be a complete unchangeable guide. (Please get more guides out like you said.)

Besides, I'd rather get this PC-6400 (4GB) RAM over the 2.1.5 kit specified.

Also, lack of DDR3 coverage is disappointing, what with it becoming increasingly more common.

Still, a great start for new-comers nonetheless, good work.

P.S. It's been 4 months, just let some things die. (Or do an overhaul please )
 
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post #12 of 12
Free bump. Nice chart. It may be a cleaner chart, if you add direct link in the chart? Maybe add more manufacturer and even links of reviews of the memory.
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