Originally Posted by slivski
in this case, try a gddr3 board, with some nice gddr3 ram.
First of all gddr3 (graphics double data rate), is obviously meant for video cards hence the g. So your statement makes no sense what so ever... But if you menat to say ddr3, thats a really bad idea, even if the price wasn't so high, it still has no real performance advantages over ddr2. You shouldn't even consider getting ddr3 memory until later this year(Q4), they might be hitting 1600 by then, and the prices should start to decline.
Sorry if it seems like sim bashing you, but try to understand a concept fully before you give others advice