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Best Memory Manufacturer

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by Super Sarge, Aug 25, 2009.

  1. Super Sarge

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    What is the best manufacturer of DDR 3 12800 and above with tight timings I know there have been problems with Ballistix and I heard there have been problems with OCZ on the the Intel 7 boards I have an ASUS P6T Deluxe V2
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    Asus boards are also very picky. Did you check the boards memory QVL list ?
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    Well try corsair a bit expensive but they worth the money.
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    OCZ has the most high frequency memory with the tighter timings
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    Thanks all I will check QVL list
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    The best memory manufacturer is

    Goodram ... THE END ... Thank You
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    Crucial!
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    Ima personally like OCZ. My reapers work beautifully at stock and when o/c'ed.
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    I got cheap Crucial Rendition with 6-6-6-18 timing..ok its slow reaction but with 800mhz sticks i can go to 1250mhz when the cpu is overclocked and the ram overclock is on auto-mode in my Bios.
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    As far as memory goes I like whatever I can get my paws on for cheap. IMO brand names really only matter for motherboards, power supplies, and hard drives. Video cards are usually bought out of somebody else's manufacturing plant with a different sticker... MSI, EVGA, ECS etc... and it's pretty hard to screw up memory :)
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    Unlike other pc components, memory is memory and cant go wrong with whatever you choose to buy. Me, personalty, I use either Corsair or G. Skill
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    I am waiting on my Mushkin, I got this because of its stock timings for 1600 MHz
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    Corsair
    Mushkin
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    G.Skills

    In that order for my top 4.

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