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User Info: Rud3Bwoy

3 years ago#11
always used crucial and corsair for years both companies i only had to rma ram once

User Info: Kokuei05

3 years ago#12
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User Info: Erik212

3 years ago#13
Kokuei05 posted...

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3 years ago#14
I have never had any RAM fail in all my years of using PCs , so personally I am not too worries about it. I just look at the price at this point. If Kingston, Corsair and Crucial for example offer the same thing, I am going to go with the one that is the cheapest.
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User Info: wizardmon

3 years ago#15
Erik212 posted...
Mushkin Enhanced

I'm actually using some of this, their blackline low voltage model IIRC.

It's extremely solid ram, even overclocked in high temps with little airflow.
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User Info: Robotron2084

3 years ago#16
I have had Corsair fail once on me, but the support was excellent and they sent me new sticks.
G.Skill has been solid for about 2 years for me (in 3 different PCs)
Patriot that I have used has been garbage.
Kingston has been hit and miss. They were good for DDR1, but not so good for DDR2. They seem to be improving but I stopped buying them anyway.

User Info: Clashtonn

3 years ago#17
I've used lots of different brands and have never had an issue with any of them.
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User Info: PraetorXyn

3 years ago#18
I've never had any RAM fail. In general I tend to buy G Skill as it's as good as or better than Corsair (e.g. Trident X vs Dominator Platinum) for slightly cheaper.
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User Info: ZeraphLordS

3 years ago#19
Go look up return rates.
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