View Full Version : PC3200 memory
10-10-2002, 04:32 PM
What's some good brands of PC3200 becides Corsair and Gehil(sp) that I see around.
Also does it matter if I run a 512MB stick over a 256MB stick. I'd like to have 512MB but don't want 2 sticks to limit my overclock.
10-10-2002, 08:30 PM
I'm curious about this too. I'de like to OC my rig a bit further, but have never used anything but crucial for the past 4 years, and they don't make mem that fast.
Corsair, Crucial, Kingston, those are some of the best brands out there.
And whether you have 2x256 sticks or 1x512 stick...it will run just the same. :)
10-11-2002, 02:28 AM
I ordered a 512MB stick of Corsair PC3200 from googlegear.com should arrive next week.
10-11-2002, 03:02 PM
Originally posted by chosenfool
geil is great AND cheap for the money (i have a 256 megger and its fast).
I've never heard of this brand before. Who makes this?
Reason I am curious:
10-11-2002, 03:11 PM
I'm currently running one PC2100 256M from Crucial, and it is the bottleneck of my system (C.R. P41.6A) at a max speed of 270MHz.
If it turns out that my CPU can't run much faster than 135 FSB, than I will want to use the old memory (PC2100) and the new memory (PC3500) together (at 270). How well does this work on the Intel boards?
Anyone used this site? Their resellerrating is only 5.9, but their owner seems to really care about making his customers happy.
If I don't here anything bad about them, I'll prolly pickup the 3200 Ultra (CAS2) tonight.
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