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    DDR2 memory help

    Going to be building a core2 system using a 680i board. I am going to get 2gb of ram and wonder what would be some affordable ram that may or may not be able to handle some overclocking. What is the difference with the ddr2800 and ddr21066 and such variations? Newb to ddr2 !#

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    GSkill, OCZ, Corsair

    Micron D9 chips.

    http://ramlist.infinityx.nl/ddr2/

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    Quote Originally Posted by zooner View Post
    It's ddr2 800 with the lower timing value. (that might be the case with all ballistic, not sure)
    Ya ballistix is the performance brand of crucial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YARDofSTUF View Post
    GSkill, OCZ, Corsair

    Micron D9 chips.

    http://ramlist.infinityx.nl/ddr2/
    Important link.

    Buffalo firestix should be on your short list as well. You should check compatibilities with your particular board.

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    I'll pimp my Gskill ....here's a good review on these sticks from anandtech...i got these at the 4-4-4-12

    http://anandtech.com/memory/showdoc.aspx?i=2867

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    so is ddr2 800 the standard speed ram and 1066 would be the higher speed capable ram?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe View Post
    so is ddr2 800 the standard speed ram and 1066 would be the higher speed capable ram?
    Yeah a couple chips might be 1066fsb, if so then youd really want DDR2 1000ish

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