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Old 24th October, 2001, 12:48 AM
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Originally posted by dimmreaper
I'm not really disin' generic memory. Just stating that with the price of name brand memory being what it is, your better off to go for the good stuff and save yourself the head aches. Seriously, even my GF's PC got infused with some Crucial technology, and you know what, it's actually stable now, even though it's running Win98!
I agree, if I were buying memory now I would go for a brand name, but if you bought your memory when prices weren't so low and have generic stuff I still wouldn't recomend throwing it away and buying brand name stuff unless you know for sure it's the problems
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