Corsair, Kingston or OCZ Please Advise!

Viceras

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Hello all, I live in Sweden and when it comes to ddr2 - 800 there's not alot of choice to be had so I put to you the top 3 for around the $300 inc - tax

#1 - Kingston DDR2 HyperX PC6400 2048MB CL4, Kit w/two matched HyperX 1024MB LL
#2 - OCZ Platinum DDR2 PC6400 2048MB KIT, w/two 1024MB PC6400 XTC,CL4-4-4-16, Rev2
#3 - Corsair TWIN2X 6400 DDR2, 2048MB CL5 Kit w/two matched CM2X1024A-6400 Dimm's

My cheapest option and the fourth Dimms to look at is - OCZ DDR2 PC6400 2048MB KIT, Spec Ops Ed ,w/two 1024MB PC6400 XTC, CL5-5-5-12 although this will likely be out of stock when i come to order.

So i'd really like a hand on which one of these Dimm sets to choose i'm no expert on ICs or DDR2 performance for that matter so i'd appreciate your expertise!

Thanks you.
 

Howard_Stern

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I've tried to go with other Ram makers other than Corsair, and I've always regretted it.

I would go with the Corsair if I were you.

High Regards,
Howard
 

killtacular

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Hey mate. You say you are in Sweden? Well, I'm in the UK and there is a website (based in Ireland) that deliver to Sweden, according to a review. They sell all types of DDR2 ram like OCZ, Cellshock, Patriot, G.Skill, Team, Geil.

Here's the link:

http://www.memory-configurator.com/products/type/Computer_Memory/DDR2/index.html

Just to give you more of a variety.

What's your system Spec? I have the Corsair that you listed running in an AMD AM2 build. No problems and highly recommended. You may run into compatibility problems with the OCZ.
 

Viceras

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Thanks alot mate! The prices arent to bad either with your corsairs i've read online that the model number of the corsairs above use micron ICs does yours?

Thanks again!