Kingston RAM Question

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  1. ThomasC

    ThomasC Lead Actor

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    I'm planning on getting a computer from www.endpcnoise.com soon, and I can choose from PC-3200 or Hyper X PC-3200 RAM. I read a positive review of the Hyper X PC-3200 located here, but I didn't see a comparison to the standard model. I'll be getting 1GB of RAM with the computer, and the difference between the two models is $98. Does anyone know about the differences, and whether or not they're big enough to justify going with the Hyper X?
     
  2. SethH

    SethH Cinematographer

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    If you've got the bills, go for the Hyper-X. It has great latency numbers (this is probably the biggest difference between the Hyper-X and the normal Kingston) and is highly regarded in the over-clocking community. If you plan to over-clock, you should definitely get the Hyper-X.
     
  3. DaveNel

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    Couldna said that better myself [​IMG]

    Get the HYPER

    you wont be sorry [​IMG]
     

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