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Old 6th May 2009, 12:26   #1
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Default Patriot EP 8GB DDR2 800

I think we can all clearly remember the days of Battlefield 2 when to truly get top performance out of your machine you needed 2GB of ram in your system. Unfortunately that is not the case today and Patriot realizes this. With operating systems like Windows Vista and games like Grand Theft Auto 4 you really need some extreme ram to keep up with your high gaming demands. Today Patriot sends us an 8GB set of DDR2 800 to put through the paces. We will see how it compares to a lower amount of ram that runs faster.

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