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Old 04-01-2008, 12:22 PM   #14
Greg King
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I vote for the Ballistix simply because thats the same line of memory that brought me to Techgage in the first place

Like Rob originally said, either kit will serve you well. To be fair to OCZ, I have never had a problem with their memory either. Most of my RAM memories in the past can be chalked up either to motherboard compatibility or user ignorance.
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