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I'll just put it here.

Anways, I have this question. I've heard that you get slightly better preformace with 2 512s (or 2 1 gigs) of RAM from the same company rather than, lets say, 1 256, and 2 512s from different companies. Is this true?

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Asuming the companies are of similiar quality, I wouldnt think there would be any difference. As long as the memory is the same size, speed, type, ect.
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Try (if you can) to use what you said in a couple of diff. scenarios
1. Use the mixed then boot and run a ram benchmark with sisandra (sp)
2. Use the same type-o-ram and then boot run a ram benchmark with sisandra (again sp sorry)
3. Conclusion which is better I think I got a lil better performance when I found I had 2 128's from Infineon than when I had 1 128 from some wierd company I haven't even heard of and the one Infineon, but I didn't use any benchmarking utilz.
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Asuming the companies are of similiar quality, I wouldnt think there would be any difference. As long as the memory is the same size, speed, type, ect.

Well I ask this because I have 1 kingston 512 and 1 512 and 1 256 from a unnamed company. All I get in cpu-z from the unnamed ones is 00000000000 and no information.
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