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  Reply # 516021 3-Sep-2011 03:31
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iM IN!

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  Reply # 516023 3-Sep-2011 07:19
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Count me in - this would be awesome!




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  Reply # 516133 3-Sep-2011 13:57
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gjm: I've just upgraded my rig at home so have some left over RAM I thought I'd offer up in a competition. The prize is 2 x 2 gig sticks of Kingston HyperX DDR3-1600 RAM.

Just post a reply to this thread and Ill include you (1 reply / entry per person please). I will pick the winner randomly and will close the comp at 9pm on this Sunday night (4/8) so any posts after that wont be counted. This is only for people in New Zealand sorry as I wont post it overseas.

Cool :) 


Wow what a generous promotion! If I win I'll sell it and donate it to charity!

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  Reply # 516244 3-Sep-2011 21:19
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This is what I love about Geekzone !

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  Reply # 516579 4-Sep-2011 21:24
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Random number generator has picked out a post and I have sent them a PM. Thanks for entering and sorry to those who missed out. Watch this space though as there may be more on the way.

GJM. 




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  Reply # 516585 4-Sep-2011 21:28
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congrats to who ever won!

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  Reply # 516672 5-Sep-2011 09:04
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opps...the winner was KevinL :)




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  Reply # 516687 5-Sep-2011 09:23
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Kudos to you for being so generous. Congrats to the winner!




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  Reply # 517051 5-Sep-2011 18:30

Thanks GJM - looking forward to upgrading the box! :-)

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  Reply # 517085 5-Sep-2011 19:16
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What an awesome idea!

My home server/media htpc could sure use more than 2GB of ram :p

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