Blu Ray racks up the support

"Best Buy, Netflix and Tripictures announce their support for the "Blu"er version of the HD formats"

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Tripictures, Best Buy and Netflix have all announced...
That they are to go Blu Ray exclusive over the coming months. While the leading online rental company Netflix and the huge retail firm Best Buy have announced they will still rent/sell HD DVD titles for the minute, both have stated that they will be phased out after a period. Best Buy have also said that their staff will be recommending Blu Ray as the HD format of choice from now on.
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It seems HD DVD owners will be finding it hard to get hold of HD DVD's soon, especially as it's rumoured that the remaining supporting studio's are set to go "Blu" in preparation for the next holiday season.
Chuffed that the format wars are possibly ending soon? Or miffed that your HD DVD player is now borderline extinct?
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07-02-2008, 20:24:08

WC Annihilus
"OCZ Technology Group, Inc. today unveiled the OCZ PC2-8500 Reaper HPC 4GB, one the fastest high density kits in the world."

Read on

07-02-2008, 21:03:41

Exactly what I was waiting for :D
Now then, 4GB or 8?

08-02-2008, 11:27:47

Or 6gb? :D

08-02-2008, 11:46:28

Way it`s heading, 4GB(2x2g) is the way to go. 2x1g u can semi get away with, but tbh, with the Vista-factor, u waste half of it.

Outside of a `sold as` 4x1G quad kit, 4x1G works, but I (or the manufs) wouldn`t recommend it for people pushing their systems.

6GB will thrown ur timings off so much, it isn`t worth it - if ur an oc`er/get the best out of ur stuff - type person.

08-02-2008, 14:35:18

And as this kit is 2x2GB that makes it perfect :D

08-02-2008, 15:40:26

RAM makes so little difference though.. id go with the cheaper set. They oc'd to like 1100mhz anyway.

Was thinking about getting the pc2-6400 and shoving ti in with my 2x1gb set of sli memory.

Not 100% sure atm but am going 2 vista64 on sunday.

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