Holy Moly, Mushkin Releases 16 Triple-Channel DDR3 Kits

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HawkPidgeon

What's with the reflections in the image there? Mushkin's a pretty good brand... you'd think they could afford a good graphics artist.

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Talcum X

 I have never heard of this brand, so I dont know the rep of thier products.

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Paul_Lilly

Mushkin puts out some good kits, but companies like Corsair, OCZ, and Kingston tend to lead the way in brand-recognition. If you recall back in the DDR days, Mushkin came out with a Redline kit, an extremely high voltage kit of RAM designed for high overclocks at tight timings. OCZ was the only other company to offer a similar product in its VX line (OCZ's VX came first), which used WinBond chips and required active cooling. These were particularly big hits among DFI owners, which tended to be made up of extreme overclockers.

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scuz

Check out their wikipedia entry (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mushkin).  It's based out of Colorado, employee-owned, and makes RAM for NASA.  Good enough for NASA = good enough for me!

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Talcum X

"Did you know we are sitting on 2 million gallons of fuel, a nuclear
weapon and a thing with 270,000 loose parts that was built by the
lowest bidder. Kinda makes you feel good dont it?"

  The moral is...like any outsourcing, it goes to the lowest bidder, not neccessarily the best.

But, if the ruling is they are good from those who have used them, then it's good. Word of

mouth is always the best advertising

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