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Old Jul 31, 2003, 02:20 PM
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For computer system memory, I think it used to be that PNY was a discount seller, packaging various makes of ICs under the same part numbers. Most memory could be set slightly higher than the rated speeds, while PNY had less of a margin. This may have all changed in the years since I built my last desktop system, and of course flash memory isn't the same as SDRAM.

I'm using Lexar brand for my Compact Flash ground-bound camera, and a SanDisk SD for my Pencam, both with no problems.

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