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So what's cooking @ Bungie page
According to the appearance of their website it appears that something may be cooking at Are the game developers working on a new installment to the Halo series? We know that the Master Chief story line ended with Halo 3, and that Halo Wars is a game currently in production by Ensemble Studios.
The website features a a typical futuristic theme with amusing comments that scroll on the screen, and in the bottom right hand corner there is a countdown timer. According to the timer, we have a little over a day before hopefully everything will be revealed. Current speculation seems to suggest that Bungie may in fact be working on a new Halo game due to the fact that Microsoft is in the middle of its E3 conference. Many people expect a new Halo announcement by the end of the press conference.
So what is cooking over at Bungie? Would you like to see another installment to the Halo series?
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11-07-2008, 00:42:48

I vote for Corsair simply because:

1) They gave me a factory tour

2) Their PSUs own

3) <3 Corsair

11-07-2008, 07:20:34

Go for crucial. Fantastic kits.

11-07-2008, 09:19:53

Its all personal choice with memory imo, they all perform pretty much the same unless you tweak them. I went with OCZ simply because it was cheap and it has never let me down.

11-07-2008, 17:55:55


Its all personal choice with memory imo, they all perform pretty much the same unless you tweak them...

i agree , with those companys is only up to you what you choose , if you will go thru reviews you will se that performance is equal, only small difference you will have when you overclock it.
About OCZ, they have let me down once , we dont like RMA`s but they are happening ;]

04-09-2008, 17:03:42

I like OCZ but they don't seem to do great in ASUS motherboards, crucial is my current favourite, stable and my 6400 (400MHz) memory is running great at 500MHz and I'm just using SPD settings too :)

04-09-2008, 18:00:42

Either OCZ or Corsair.

04-09-2008, 23:26:51

though it isn't DDR2, my OCZ platinum rev2 DDR works just fine in my Asus a8n sli-delux (2-3-2-5 @1T at up to DDR416)

Corsair and OCZ have done good for me (same with the Kingston sticks I have in my lappy)

05-09-2008, 05:57:21

go with crucial. Higher performance DDR2 still uses Micron chips and Crucial is Micron's inhouse brand. Specifically you want the ballistix. I have a set of tracers. Fried them once , the least painful RMA i have ever experienced in my life .

05-09-2008, 07:03:05

ocz or corsair
never had a set fail

21-09-2008, 02:43:25

Bruce Banner
I've only used corsair Dom series and so far that has done well.
Micron version.
I have mine at 4-4-5-12 @1000mhz

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