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Wintec vs. Rosewill

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by saltydawgs, Jan 23, 2006.

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  1. saltydawgs

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    ROSEWILL vs. WINTEC vs. KINGSTON??
    Which is better overall in quality memory?

    my selestions are all the same size, same price, same speed
     
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    I would take Kingston out of that lot. and if I had a second choice it would be Wintec.
     
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    Actually I have had good luck with Kingston and with Roswill ram. I have never used Wintec.
     
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    The only roswill product I have used was an external enclosure for a hd. It was junk. If that is indicative of their product quality, I would go with another brand.

    BTW I use kingston, crucial or corsair ram in all of my builds; never had a memory issue.
     
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    Kingston would be my choice out of your choices.

    Have had pretty good luck with Roswill, and a couple of bead episodes, never used Wintec.
     
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