OCZ, the California memory module maker, has gone and bought itself a PC company. Its new baby is called Hypersonic PC, a New York-based "performance" - i.e. expensive - system builder, which specialises in gaming rigs, fancy notebooks and juiced up workstations. The money it paid Silicon Data Inc., Hypersonic's former owner, is …
Note to RH,
looking forward to seeing a hardware review..
well, their memory has done well by me
I've got 4GB of their fancy schmancy PC6400 dual channel memory in my gaming rig. No problems, and their pricing was actually very reasonable considering the high end tag and the bling-y chromed mesh "heat dissipator". If they can carry over that reliability and value, then they're set.
Of course, when i see them trying to guarantee "110% reliability during your warranty" and other marketdroid speak, I get worried.
how do you know
if they are ripping you off or not you obviously pay more for high performance but how do you know it's not 1% better and 300% more expensive than some less glitzy alternative it seems a sink hole for unwise money. I just think this because I notice the rest of the industry is like this the last 10% improvement in speed costs 20 or 30 x the money.Example Intels pricing 120 240 360 7000 seems a bit top heavy.
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