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biiqydanz
08-01-06, 10:47 PM
Is this a good ram to get for that price.. or should i settle with newegg.com prices? and lower brands like patriot or gskill?

Is corsair worth it?


http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=1951917&Tab=7&NoMapp=0

Sava700
08-01-06, 11:01 PM
I have no idea..its hard to tell without more system specs including what ram your using now and amount.

biiqydanz
08-01-06, 11:22 PM
im using an emachines t1842 desktop cpu 1.8 ghz..

ps:this 256 card i got was from my brothers emachine that was a higher version up then mine.. so since he doesnt really use the cpu that much i gave him my 128 and i got his 256...

the stick that im using is a 256 mb 184 pinn pc2700 333mhz samgsung chip


Is the one im buying the highest performance chip i can get?

If you know more.. i am willing to go higher to pay more.. or cheaper or whatever

is that chip good?

konFused
08-02-06, 12:41 AM
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.asp?Item=N82E16820145308

ECC Registered aswell
^you can get it cheaper from newegg..

biiqydanz
08-02-06, 12:55 AM
difference between mine and the one ur showing is that its not

" corsair system select" You see the tag on the stick where its white with a yellow oval and it says " select"

Not sure if that makes a difference in quality or its newer?

YARDofSTUF
08-02-06, 01:03 AM
heh, expensive ram in an emachine.

I'd probably just get kingston or whatever else is cheap with a lifetime warranty.

Leatherneck
08-02-06, 08:31 AM
Newegg sells the same "System Slect" Corsair for $14 cheaper. I agree about not spending too much for high end RAM. There is plenty of good RAM for your situation for less money.

Izzo
08-02-06, 08:37 AM
heh, expensive ram in an emachine.

I'd probably just get kingston or whatever else is cheap with a lifetime warranty.


heh ..i got 2 sticks from an e-machine just laying around