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I have Adata Ram DDR 2 800mhz.

My RAM has after market heat spreaders. Should upgrade this because in the next month or two i will be getting a new PSU 750w & SLI'ing my GPU aswell.
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hi,.. do u want to upgrade your RAM because ur going to have new PSU & GPU or.. u wanted to because u need faster RAM?

ur RAM is fine for your new PSU and ur upcoming SLI'd GPU, dont worry.. unless u wanted more speed.


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Originally Posted by SickStew View Post
I have Adata Ram DDR 2 800mhz.

My RAM has after market heat spreaders. Should upgrade this because in the next month or two i will be getting a new PSU 750w & SLI'ing my GPU aswell.
The RAM seems fine, you have got a good overclock with them anyway. AData RAM is alright but not great, but I would still spend the money elsewhere on your system. (for example HDD, there are now much faster models available)
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