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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-12-2004, 06:39 PM Thread Starter
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Rate this memory by brand...

I've got a few questions. Memory seems to be every where and I don't know what is what. I do know that Kinsgston and Crucial(Micron) are pretty good.

What about Elixir? Infineon? Hynix? I ask because I got 1GB (256MB x 4) off of Ebay under the pretenses that it was Micron. I jumped on it because it was $100 total...including shipping - very cheap for 1GB. When it came, two sticks were the Infineon and two sticks were this Hynix stuff. It ALL works grand! Computer is fast as sin! But it's not what I bid on. Just curious where you guys think this stuff stands?

Also, I don't think it really matters here, but all of this stuff is PC3200.
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-12-2004, 11:07 PM
 
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What about Elixir? Infineon? Hynix?
I've never heard of any of those..

How's your kid doing, by the way?
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post #3 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-13-2004, 02:54 AM
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those are CHip manufacturers.

i use hynix stuff, most of the popular ram is based on hynix chips. BH-5 and the like.


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How's your kid doing, by the way?
She's doing great! It's hard to believe she'll be 9 months old at the end of this month. She's doing all the normal baby stuff. She's crawling and standing up. She'll be walking before long. Her two bottom teeth are coming in.


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those are CHip manufacturers.

i use hynix stuff, most of the popular ram is based on hynix chips. BH-5 and the like.


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I saw Elixir and Hynix on the chips, but there was also a tag on the memory that had those brands on it too along with part numbers. I typed the part numbers into search engines and didn't come up with much though. Thanks.
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