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#197904 17-Jun-2016 10:59
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Trying to revive an old desktop for my son. If anyone has any pair of DDR2 RAM sticks (2x2GB, at least 800Mhz) just lying around, I'd like to have it. Hoping to get a good pair for 30 bucks. Thanks!


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  #1575567 17-Jun-2016 10:59
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.





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  #1575679 17-Jun-2016 12:11
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I think I have 2gb (2x1) of 1066 DDR2 (actual decent stuff with heatsinks on the ram) if that is of any use?  I can look later to confirm, probably be something like $10 plus postage maybe?


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  #1575733 17-Jun-2016 13:26
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Benoire:

 

I think I have 2gb (2x1) of 1066 DDR2 (actual decent stuff with heatsinks on the ram) if that is of any use?  I can look later to confirm, probably be something like $10 plus postage maybe?

 

 

 

 

Thanks Benoire, that's a nice set and a great price, but I'd like to see if I can get a 4gb kit first. Can I get back to you if I don't get a 4gb pair? Thanks a lot.




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  #1575736 17-Jun-2016 13:31
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Sure thing, I have no use for them. I'll get the exact details when I get home and post them here so you can decide if/when 4gb ddr2 comes up.


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  #1575755 17-Jun-2016 13:52
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I just might have them lying around somewhere, will post later tonight

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  #1575756 17-Jun-2016 13:52
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I have one Adata stick in my parts bin if that is any use.

 

 





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  #1575760 17-Jun-2016 14:06
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Thanks guys! Let me know. I need a pair with the same brand and specs just to be sure that dual-channel config will work (2x2gb 800mhz at least).




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  #1576680 19-Jun-2016 18:19
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Did you get this sorted?





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  #1576703 19-Jun-2016 19:16
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toyonut:

 

Did you get this sorted?

 

 

No, not yet actually. Have you got a 4gb kit you wanna let go?


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  #1577032 20-Jun-2016 12:03
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ech3lon: I just might have them lying around somewhere, will post later tonight

 

Turns out it's only 2 x 1GB unfortunately, but it's yours if you want it, just pay for the shipping.

 

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  #1577039 20-Jun-2016 12:16
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ech3lon:

 

Turns out it's only 2 x 1GB unfortunately, but it's yours if you want it, just pay for the shipping.

 

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Cool! Can't refuse a free upgrade. This will cap my setup to 6gb (was planning 8gb) but those ones look like they have the same specs as my installed ones so the system should be much easier to overclock. Will send you a pm. Thanks a lot!


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