Kingston Hyper-X is also a good choice. You can find them at www.newegg.com where I buy nearly all my computer stuff. I run 1GB with 3 SATA hard drives in my computer and I like the performance of the Kingston. OCZ is also excellent, just pricey. What OCZ and others do is "pre-test" memory to see what is the general limit they can put it to, and market it just below that. Some do and some do not do this.
wow crucial dying after just 3 years of overclocking? thats disturbing. I have had generic ram run 5+ years being overclocked by 20% or more, scratch them from the list.
corsair his good, OCZ is trash - as is their power supplies.