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Thread: If you want to purchase cheap RAM look here!




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    This place is the CHEAPEST I have found on the net (If anyone knows a cheaper place to buy ram just post here!) Also I live in the US so I don't know if that makes a difference, but here is the address...... http://www.ld-technology.com/ Like I said, this is the best place I have found to buy ram cheap! I have a 512 mb of SDRAM that I purchased from them for $55 before the prices went lower! Now I am going to get TWO more 512 mb of SDRAM and have 1.5 gig of sdram on my motherboard which is the MOST I can have! And the BEST part! I can get it for 34.00 EACH!! That is only 68.00 total for over 1 gig of SDRAM! They also have other RAM too ! Check the site out!

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    Prices on a number of things look interesting. How well are they rated as an online merchant?

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    thought I've never bought or heard from this place I looked them up at resellerratings.com. There not even listen lol. Could this mean something? :?:

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    Well i doubt it means they are bad otherwise people would have registered the name and complained about the at Resellerratings.com. Anyhow, my guess is that ram is generic PC133 CL3. You can get 512MB of generic PC133 CL3 for $105, anyhow, i wouldnt wanna touch the stuff.

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    you know I was sorta thinking the same thing. It has to be generic. On crucial.com I can get 512mb of ram right now for about $512USD crucial is really low priced to cause they get there ram directly from micron. So they don't have to go through many resellers.

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    Well what can you expect with prices so low?? You can't expect to have brand name memory and STILL pay a low price like this! But I am using it now in my computer with no problems at all...ram is ram to me and if I can get it cheaper here, then that is what I am gonna do.

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    That is a sign of inexperience. All the "brand name" type ram dont only have advantages when it comes to overclocking, they are properly tested, and will last much longer, and generally have a much lower defect rate, trust me, there is a very big difference between generic and non-generic ram. Personally i would pay the extra for some ram from a reputable company.

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    In the FIRST PLACE I don't over clock any of my stuff! That just pushes it to limits outside what it was meant to be pushed! As long as I don't overclock my stuff......I am running my "cheap ram" with no problems whatsoever! So if you want to pay high prices to overclock something, go ahead. But I HAVE used cheap ram before with absolutely NO PROBLEMS! So I really see no reason to change.

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    Lower grade memory has its place in life to or I wouldn't put it into office PC's. ;)
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