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Senior Member
Apr 27, 2002
wash dc area
they are known for their very inexpensive speed tested pc4200 adata hyperram. this stuff really flies, and for the money u just cant beat it. however i would contact them about the pc3200 and see if u can get it with the micron chips46v32m8/-5b c chips. if u can it will really oc well..


DRAM Guru Senior
Feb 26, 2004
TxAMD said:
would the difference between pc3200 and 4200 be noticably different? Has anyone had luck with 4200 on an abit nf7-s?

The A-Data/Komusa 4200 is geared more towards the Intel platform, running high fsb at more relaxed timings. Not the typical setup that comes to mind when thinking of an AMD/NF7 rig. You would not be able to utilize the higher fsb capabilities, but would loose the options for fast timings.

If budget is not an issue, then OCZ and Corsair both have new ram that runs well in the range that you would normally see an NF7 operate in, say 220-230, if using a mobile chip or desktop with unlocked multiplier. The Mushkin 222 would able be an alternative.

If your budget is more limited, then Kingston valueram can be found with either the Hynix bt-d43 or the Micron -B C chips. Both of these work well with the NF7, although of the two, I believe that the Micron will allow you to run with faster timings.