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Is OEM Samsung Ram better then lets say crucial? I got 4gb crucial and the comp seems a bit slower. Sower startup too.
I figure OEM is the way to go. Before i get it, Can anyone confirm this?
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Samsung and Crucial are pretty much equal in terms of quality. Actually, of the two I prefer Crucial, assuming I actually had to make a choice. Swap the ram, see if the speed changes, if it does contact Crucial. They'll make it right.

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