Best Ram Company

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  1. cupid 4U

    cupid 4U New Member

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    hi,
    i am karthick i gona get a new pc so which ram company would i opt to???
     
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    Third Eye gooby pls

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    Hynix or kingston.....
     
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    in india 99.9999% of hynix are fake
     
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    Transcend
     
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    mehulved 18 Till I Die............

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    For what purpose do you want. Of what I have read in this section. Transcend/Kingston are good for normal users. But for gamers/overclockers brands like corsair and such are better. So, you need to tell about the use of the RAM, how much RAM you need, DDR or DDR2 and what's your budget.
     
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    i do not think ur gona overclock it...

    1> CORSAIR..for gamers
    2> Transcend
    3> kingston

    above both r good one and widely available in india
     
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    "Best"??? I see....definitely OCZ or Mushkin... LOL...

    heheh...ok..

    Corsair Value Select
    Kingston Value Ram
    Transcend... (UCCC+Brain Power=500MHz+) :D
     
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    kingston or transcend
     
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    dOm1naTOr Wise Old Owl

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    transcent nd kingston has reasonable price. Corsair has gud quality too but the value select models are not as gud as transcent in ocing. Transcent 400DDR can be easily oced close to 500 or even higher.

    Never go for Hynix, dynet etc. Even simmtronics is better than them.

    1.OCZ
    2.CORSAIR XMX or Twin Xpert
    3.Transcent
    4.Kingston
    5.corsair value
    6.Kingston value
    7.Simmtronics
    8.Hynix
    9.Dynet
     
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    sude Tech'ing life seriously!!

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    ya never go 4 hynix... this is a rubbish brand....
    u can go for Transcend, Kingston ot Corsair (no.1 choice)...

    -SUDE
     
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    Depends on what you are buying... DDR1 or DDR2. However if you are buying in India, the best you'll manage is corsair 2x1GB DDR2 1066C5 for around 25 grand. If you buy abroad there are better choices in Teamgroup, Cellshock and Gskill. Basically any RAM with micron D9 chips, especially D9GMH or D9GKX will do well. If you are buying DDR1, then just look for RAM with samsung UCCC chips. I've seen transcend and twinmos ram with samsung uccc.
     
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    Corsair any day
     
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    One more vote for "Transcend" :)
     
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    gary4gar GaurishSharma.com

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    corsair rocks
    is the best ram one can get
     
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    corsair
    crucial
     
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    What about "Patriot"?
    When I bought my 1x2GB Corsair Value Ram 4-5 months back for Rs 9000/- my dealer showed me pieces of Patriot which was priced 13500/- for 512MB.
     
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    Let me google what's so special about it. Maybe you can explain a bit too.
    Those are way too expensive to even think about.
     
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    if ur looking for costlier and real BEST one's go for
    CRUCIAL, MUSHKIN AND OCZ :D
     
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