If it were you which of the following SDRAM will you pick:
- CORSAIR 256 MB 32X64 PC 133 SDRAM CAS2 $306
- MICRON 256 DIMM PC133 SDRAM CL2 (CRUCIAL TECHNOLOGY) $299
- MUSHKIN High Perf. REV.2 PC133 222 $377.
Any advice and suggestion is greatly appreciated.
2X 30GB IBM 75GXP ATA100
32 MB ELSA SYNERGY III
INTEL ETHEREXPRESS PRO100+ PCI
PYRO PRO DV CARD
SUPER MICRO SC750A CASE
If I had unlimited funds I'd buy the Muskin for sure. But I have two 128mb Crucial Cas 2 and runs my P3 700 at 140 mhz FSB for a sweet 980mhz. Price point with the 15% off their web price was too hard to pass up.
I've been using several different name brands, such as KingMax, Mushkin and Kingston. Though Mushkin is a bit pricy, I think it's worth it. It's not like I'll upgrade my memory every year.
Many thanks to all of you who reply to my posting "Which RAM will you pick, Corsair, Micron/Crucial, Mushkin...".
It turns out that Mushkins wins the vote, 26 votes (24 REV2 222 and 2 PC150 HSDRAM 232) against 15 Crucial and 3 Corsair respectively (8 forums, 44 answers).
Which one will win your vote in this case 256MB Mushkin High Perf REV2 PC133 222 (Single Module) or 2Pack PC150 128mb Enhanced HSDRAM 232,
Thanks in advance for your time and comments.