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Anybody wanna give me any recommendations on a RAM setup for this mobo:

http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/Produc...uctCode=246486

for under $200?

Thanks for any opinions.

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I am also looking to order from that site.

Leaning toward one of these chips.
http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/Producthttp://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/Produc...tCode=85002-40Detail.jsp?ProductCode=83727

The Geil is not tccd and operates at higher voltages, see that your board can handle it. The timing is really good though. These are what I found when looking for these- GEIL ONE PC4800 [2x512MB] (TCCD) [1.5-2-2-5]

The Patriot is tccd and looks to be a solid choice from that site.

Also look at this link for everything you need to know about ram and your board.http://www.dfi-street.com/forum/showthread.php?t=24719
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sorry, how much is $200 in £? Then Ill have a look .
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sorry, how much is $200 in £? Then Ill have a look .
200.00 USD=113.431 GBP
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profile updated, anyfurther help anyone can give me? I plan to OC my fsb frequency from 200 (2.21ghz) to max of 2.34(2.49ghz) with this board. It sucks for OC. I cant manually increase any voltages, either. Thanks for the help.

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I think you should upgrade your mobo first before you buy some new RAM. Maybe get a DFI LanParty SLI-DR and some GeIL Value Blue, which brings you maybe $35 over your $200 budget, but I'm pretty sure it's worth it. The Value RAM has Winbond UTT-BH5 chips for some reason, which are some really nice overclocking chips. I have no idea why it is in Value RAM, but it sure is a good deal.

GeIL Value Blue 1GB (512MB x 2) PC3200. Look for part number GE1GB3200BHDC on the sticker on the RAM.

DFI LanParty UT nForce4 SLI-DR Motherboard.
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the link u just gave me is for GE1GB3200BDC , not GE1GB3200BHDC. Is this the link you intended to post? cuz i cant find any model Geil ram with GE1GB3200BHDC as the part number.

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