From: Bob Willard on 26 Jan 2010 07:07
Brian V wrote:
> One other thing: I am assuming that the higher numbers means the RAM performs
> better? Or processes things better?
> eg: The PC2-8500 it better than the 6400 and 5300. The 6400 is better than
> the 5300.
Faster RAM will perform better only if the PC supports the higher
speeds, but sticking faster RAM into an old/slower PC will do no good.
From: Brian V on 30 Jan 2010 17:14
Maybe I should start another post for this one, but I'll try it here first.
How much does the brand of RAM matter?
In the motherboard pdf/help file for my mobo, it listed a long list of the
supported brands and types or RAM. I take this "with a grain of salt", since
that manual is older and like most things in this world: As long as it is
created properly with the right components, the ability of the final product
doesn't often variate between different brands. Soe of those companies listed
may not be in business anymore or are named different too.
This question is related to other and all computer components. Which is
best? But it's all up to the individual, what else is being used, your price
range, physics, operating systems, electricity (?), etc. And some house
brands or no name brands are made by the same companies of the name brands.
What shoudl I look for? I have the mhx or the other number, the pin, the
amount, DDR2 fits, etc. I'm ready, but looking online and in store, some
brands vary wildly with price. But is it quality too?
From: ANONYMOU S on 30 Jan 2010 20:17
"Russ SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]" <russ(a)REMOVETHIS.sbits.biz> wrote in message
> IMO We are talking "Religion" here
Only a nutter like you will have opinion like this. Pigs are normally like
From: Russ SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP] on 30 Jan 2010 20:41
AKA Person who can't type?
Is your whole life dedicated to make your self look dumb?
or just part of it?
At first I thought you were just uneducated?
Now it looks like you are deliberate?
Are you pretending to be dumb or just really dumb?
(Sorry when you don't know who you are it's hard to tell.)
Best wishes on learning and learning your own name... :)
Russell Grover - SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]
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"ANONYMOU S" <ANONYMOU_S(a)EXAMPLE.COM> wrote in message
> "Russ SBITS.Biz [SBS-MVP]" <russ(a)REMOVETHIS.sbits.biz> wrote in message
>> IMO We are talking "Religion" here
> Only a nutter like you will have opinion like this. Pigs are normally
> like that.
From: Brian V on 31 Jan 2010 22:37
Thank you for the links.
I'll check the links. The reply Russ is pretty much what I thought and
typed. I just ask around sometimes to hear more experienced users opinions or
It's just like cords for your stereo or tv. I will say there can be a slight
difference. But unless it is a huge production, I doubt it will realy be