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Old June 23, 2007, 02:28 PM
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Originally Posted by Babrbarossa View Post
They are still expensive though, and with DDR2 so cheap, it's hard to justify the extra expense
That sums things up perfectly. You can get a solid 2GB DDR2 kit for $150, or a sub-par DDR3 kit for $300 and not notice a single difference, real-world. Not worth it at this point in time unless you need to run 1:1 ratio with the upcoming 1333FSB processors.
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