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Old 04-09-04, 08:15 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Question Abit AI7 & Komusa PC3700 - Which one?


Komusa offers 2 choices for PC3700 RAM, Samsung and Infineon/Micron. Which would be a better choice for the Abit AI7? Or would neither be a good choice?

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i would get the samsung pc3700 anamdtech did a review and it cheap will runs up to around 260 mhz and looks like a good choice for u..
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