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Thread: Should I buy 1 GB or stay with 512?




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    I play alot of games and I program alot, thats all I really do. Do I really need 1 gigabyte of memory?

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    if you do alot of video editing, capturing, high resolution photo editing...it wouldnt hurt to have 1024mb RAM.
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    Anyone Have any experience with Corsair PC4000 DDR(500MHz)?

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    i wont recommend those pc4000 if u ar running air cooling and cant oc tat much. 4000 is good if u have a good water cooling system and u want to set ur FSB very high. if u have air cooling, but still want 200+ mhz fsb, then get pc3500, is cheaper, and it will do good for barton overclocking

    i think u should get 1 gb of pc3500 if u ar into gaming cause it never hurts to have more ram: peace:
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    I have an Intel Pentium 4 2.4 Ghz. And many people say that my Abit IC7 motherboard (800Mhz) FSB will run fine on 250 MHz?

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