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    hey, i have the NF7-S and i'm gonna spend just under 200$ on ram from www.vibecomputers.com.

    This
    or
    This

    remember the NF7-S only supports up too DDR400

    or any other suggestions.

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    get the first one
    AMD Mobile 2400XP @ 2500Mhz 1.75Vcore = 2.5Ghz
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    any reasons?

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    the brand is better

    but they r both reall good choices
    AMD Mobile 2400XP @ 2500Mhz 1.75Vcore = 2.5Ghz
    Abit NF7-S with SP-97 heatsink
    OCZ 2X256MB Pc3200 2-2-2-5
    Antec 400watt PSU
    120GB WD HDD
    MSI 9800XT
    Soundblaster Live 5.1
    Black Chieftec Matrix w/ 5BlueLED Case Fans
    800watt Sony/Bose Speaker System

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    alright, any one else have any thoughts about the two?

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    If you are planning on overclocking above 400MHz FSB go for the OCZ, it is guaranteed to work up to 466MHz, the Corsair is not.

    Anyway, I do not agree with Matt's idea that Corsair is better than OCZ. Each have products which are better than the other's in some respect.
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  7. Software & Hardware   -   #7
    Originally posted by lynx@17 August 2004 - 16:32
    If you are planning on overclocking above 400MHz FSB go for the OCZ, it is guaranteed to work up to 466MHz, the Corsair is not.

    Anyway, I do not agree with Matt's idea that Corsair is better than OCZ. Each have products which are better than the other's in some respect.
    thanks lynx. i was hopeing you would reply. it'll get the pc3700 then thanks alot.

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    Hmmm this is a close one. I say go with the Corsair also and if you can get PC3700 then all the better.

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