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Vista Upgrade Memory


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#1 n0data

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Posted 16 February 2008 - 06:41 PM

As I've mentioned in earlier topics, I purchased faulty RAM for my newly built computer last week. Today I finally got the chance to take it back. What he gave me back was the same brand/model but with different specs. I had: Dual Channel 667MHz OCZ Bronze, or copper, or something like that. He Gave : OCZ Bronze, Copper, I don't know, Dual Channel 800MHz Vista Upgrade Memory. Basically my question is what is vista upgrade memory, and is it better or worse than the RAM I had before?

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Posted 16 February 2008 - 07:38 PM

Without reading the detailed specs. it's sounds like Sales hype

"OCZ DDR2 PC2-6400 / 800MHz / Vista Upgrade Edition

The new PC2-6400 Vista Upgrade edition is optimized for perfect compatibility for those transitioning from Microsoft Windows® XP to Vista™. The OCZ Vista Upgrade series has gone through stringent testing with the full spectrum of Vista versions to deliver a perfect balance of memory performance and stability across the full range of applications.

For gamers shifting to Vista and who prefer the performance of high speed memory, the PC2-6400 Vista Upgrade 2GB kit is the ultimate upgrade from 1GB of RAM ensuring the best possible gaming and productivity on Vista systems."
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Posted 16 February 2008 - 08:16 PM

Ahh figures. I was worried I got ripped off again, it's a really shifty store, no seals on any packages.

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