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    Member rivercom9's Avatar
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    Nanya memory chips?

    Are Nanya memory modules good? A friend of mine just recently got a 128Mb stick of DDR. We dont know who made the darned thing but we saw that the memory modules were Nanya. Are they any good?
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    are they the Nanya 333mhz chips?
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    Member ThePunkGeek's Avatar
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    i found out also that Kingston makes some ram with them chips

    if you can find a serial number or something else on the ram just post it here and someone can find out for you.
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    Well, my friend got the ram for very cheap, $29 I think from Frys so Im not counting on it being of very high quality. Ill try to pull the serial number off of one of the chips later on today since Im busy all morning. Thanks for all of your assistance you guys.
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    thats not a bad deal for a stick of 128 ddrs. I also want to find out the quality of the Nanya brand. I was on a pc show last weekend and one booth that specializes or ram had a banner up saying something like "We carry Nanya Memory, same as kingston chips" or was it kingmax.

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    I have a 512mb stick of nanya that runs at cas2 no problem.

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    Member Lou Natic's Avatar
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    I had a hard time getting Nanya memory to work at 133FSB on my newer computer, but other people seem to have no problems. It's a crapshoot, like most hardware. $28 isn't a bad price though.

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