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Old March 4, 2008, 01:07 PM
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I just got 2x2gb of these on my gigabyte p35-ds3l. They run fine but I don't OC them. The NCIX guy said they won't OC well anyways. Right now, you just can't beat 2x2gb pc2-8500 at $150(NCIX) with a lifetime warranty.

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Old March 4, 2008, 01:31 PM
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well actually i got my 2gb kit for 69.99 :)
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Old March 26, 2008, 06:36 AM
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I also got the 2x2GB set running ona a Gigabyte GA-X38-DS4 with a C2Q 6600. Haven't trieed overclocking yet but everything's running well at 1066 (FSB and memory).
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hehe good luck with the warranty on patriot :P
I've been trying to RMA a set of Patriot RAM for the past month.... I've tried emailing them and calling them several times and I have yet to get someone to respond to my RMA request... I followed all their instructions on the website over and over again and still no reply.

for comparison I started and RMA request with Crucial for a set of Ballistix and the entire process from my first contacting them to me receiving the replacement RAM took about 2 weeks... this includes the time it took for me to mail them my bad kit to the time I received the replacements at my door.

I will NEVER buy Patriot memory again... EVER!
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