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DDR2 RAM & Graphics card

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by pehbond, Jun 8, 2007.

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  1. pehbond

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    i have been on my new motherboards website for the qvl for the ram and i got several companies but dont know which are teh best. the ones that are on teh list are as follows, qimonda, samsung, hynix, micron, corsair, crucial, apacer, transend and mushkin. the motherboard i got is an asus striker extreme and i want goot ram with 1 sticks of 1024 so i will have 2 gig of duel channel ram. also what is a really goot graphics card. i always go for nvidia but dont know who make the best boards. i tried gainward but i had nothing but trouble with them so anyting other than them would be good. also i have to be able to get them in the UK.

    cheers guys
     
  2. bigbear

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    Remember memory has to be matched for dual ram set-up.
    Crucial or Corsair are excellent ram.
    As you have an Asus board look for Asus graphic cards or BFG
     
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