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Topic # 110280 6-Oct-2012 10:39
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so I'm having a bit cleanout and am getting rid of some stuff. This thread is for 2 x 2 gig modules of Kingston DDR 3 Hyper X RAM (with the flash blue cover things on it).

Just post what you would use it for and then Ill give it away tomorrow sometime to the best sob story or whatever.

Good times :)




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  Reply # 697068 6-Oct-2012 10:45
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arghh, about time!

i really really need this memory. At the moment I have 4GB installed and it just doesnt cut it anymore.





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  Reply # 697069 6-Oct-2012 10:45
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I would like it because I want to add it to my desktop computer and use it to encode my DVD's

I already have a 2GB module in the computer, but because our family budget (single-income household) is a little on the tight side, I had to borrow that from a mate

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 697107 6-Oct-2012 12:39
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1GB with Win7 and trying to upload and edit videos of the kids just isn't working for me

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  Reply # 697110 6-Oct-2012 12:54
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I want to upgrade my PC as the core components are 5 years old :-(

I need to get a new mobo+cpu and having DDR3 RAM ready to go would be great!




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  Reply # 697113 6-Oct-2012 12:59
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I would probably give it to my flatmate as he is having BSOD's which I suspect is due to faulty RAM.

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  Reply # 697743 8-Oct-2012 09:33
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I have PM'd the winner, cheers guys.




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