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    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...scrollFullInfo

    Anyone know anything about this ram or the company? It's really cheap for ddr3 memory and it seems to be overclockable from the reviews.

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    They've been around for a few years. Give 'em a shot, IMO.

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    Have a read, slightly different models but you get the idea:

    http://www.pureoverclock.com/review.php?id=1054

    Can't beat the price. Probably won't break overclocking records but they'll do the trick just fine.

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    Yeah i think i will give em a try. I'm comparing them with a few others and they seem to be the most reliable. Thanks for the info guys.

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    My friend's had A-Data and it ran fine. I've also used it for a friend's computer and had no problems. I can't say anything about overclocking but they ran fine stock no problems, works great.

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