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Memory Buying Guide

Posted on Sunday, July 29 2007 @ 04:00:03 CEST by

We all know RAM is important for your PC. Experts will tell you that there is NEVER enough RAM. But with so many brands and models of memory modules in the market, what should you buy?

Join Empire23 as he goes through the intricacies of the memory module and breaks it down into the key issues you need to know before you pick up a new memory upgrade. If this can be challenging to even seasoned PC hardware enthusiasts, it can be quite impossible for a newbie.

"Frankly, the performance of your memory modules does not really matter unless you are into hardware tweaking and/or overclocking. The performance difference between different memory modules is really insignificant. It is certainly far less important than the quantity of RAM. It's better to have lots of slow RAM than a smaller quantity of faster RAM."

Check it out at TechARP.



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