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motherboard and memory compatibility?

Discussion in 'Motherboards & Memory' started by jameskelsey, Apr 6, 2007.

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    Any of those two should be fine mate. If it's within your budget that is, both are quality GSkill ram.
     
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    From what I've read the Micro D9 ic chips are the best but these are not the top grade 3-3-3 they are 4-4-4 with a higher voltage.The only thing I found on the ProMos chips was that Corsair had replaced some of there Micron D9 chips for ProMos on some of there memory and some people were upset.Sounds like I should go with the Micron one?
     
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    You sound as if you've already done your research, and have the answer, there's your conclusion.
     
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