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I'm looking at three (almost)identically priced 2GB sticks(Corsair is a bit more expensive).
I'm planning to buy two, but i want to choose the best.
Each stick is 800MHz and 5-5-5-12.

Care to enlighten me: A-Data, Corsair, Crucial?
 

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I'd go with Corsair.
 
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Crucial and Corsair are both good quality so either of them would be good, just stay away from A-Data.
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if i had to pick from those three, id go with corsair, but id really point you towards gskill (click the name to see a decent 2x2 kit) as i had nothing but good experience with them in the last cpl month /yrs.
 

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if i had to pick from those three, id go with corsair, but id really point you towards gskill (click the name to see a decent 2x2 kit) as i had nothing but good experience with them in the last cpl month /yrs.

Sorry, but they don't have Gskill where I'm buying my memory from(and they have the best prices in the country...).

Thanks anyway, I'll keep a lookout for Gskill from now on. =]
 

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corsair. I have had a bunch of different sticks of corsair, and they were all great. I have also used a-data and had no issues with them, great budget ram. I have never tried crucial, but have always wanted to, but most people i have heard from about them say bad things about the sticks, get dead sticks occasionally and what not.
 
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