The Patriot Memory DDR3-1333 had a good amount of headroom for the
stock settings. If you're dying to enter the DDR3 game but don't have a lot
of cash to your name, this wouldn't be a bad place to start. DDR3 is still
very expensive regardless of whom you buy from, but building a new machine
around DDR3 will delay future upgrading... at least for a little while.