I would say Hynix. Look at RAM with Hynix chips on it and go to Hynix website and match the model numbers of the chips to be sure it isn't an overclocked module. Like for instance PC3200 module using PC2700 chips by Hynix catalogue table means they've "overclocked" the chips.
Heard good stuff about Hynix here and there. Probably your best bet for a performance board.
Samsung would be my other choice but it absolutely must be "Original Samsung" with a label over (paper sticker) some of the chips with the Samsung trademark and module number that can be matched at their website. Generic (unclear or unspecified brand) PCB modules using samsung chips routinely perform absolutely terribly.
GeIL typically is better for Intel systems I have been hearing locally by the forum members.
Kingmax will probably just work, and that's it.
Last edited by notdrugged; 09-23-2003 at 11:01 PM.
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