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tchart

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#238007 28-Jun-2018 13:43
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Hi All, just checking if anyone has any desktop DDR3 1600 RAM hanging around that they'd like to sell before I turn to trademe.

 

Its for my sons desktop PC which has 2 x 4gb generic sticks already so prefer 4gb sticks over 2x2.

 

Happy to negotiate on price. Can pick up in Wellington is possible.


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  #2045516 28-Jun-2018 13:47
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Do you mean you currently have 2x 2GB?

If so, it’s better to have that, compared to 1x 4GB if the motherboard supports dual channel memory.

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  #2045530 28-Jun-2018 14:35
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Too many dreamers locally on old hardware, I went to aliexpress to get old ram when I last needed some.





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  #2045562 28-Jun-2018 14:44
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I've got some 4GB modules sitting at home.. got nothing to stick them in anymore.

Wouldn't mind holding on to a couple, but would you want 2x4GB modules?... what are they worth?

I'm in Palmy, but can give to my partner who works down in Welly during the week. You would be able to pick up from the city (willis street area)

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  #2045568 28-Jun-2018 15:04
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dacraka: Do you mean you currently have 2x 2GB?

If so, it’s better to have that, compared to 1x 4GB if the motherboard supports dual channel memory.

 

Currently have 2 sticks of 4gb each (so 8gb total)


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  #2045569 28-Jun-2018 15:04
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richms:

 

Too many dreamers locally on old hardware, I went to aliexpress to get old ram when I last needed some.

 

 

Yes I know right...


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  #2045572 28-Jun-2018 15:09
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chevrolux: I've got some 4GB modules sitting at home.. got nothing to stick them in anymore.

Wouldn't mind holding on to a couple, but would you want 2x4GB modules?... what are they worth?

I'm in Palmy, but can give to my partner who works down in Welly during the week. You would be able to pick up from the city (willis street area)

 

@chevrolux, Im easy whether its 4gb or 8gb. Well thats what Im a bit stumped about, as a previous reply said there are some dreamers on TM. Ive seen prices from $30 to $200. Im not trying to get a free ride but Im not after premium kit either.


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  #2045637 28-Jun-2018 16:26
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tchart:

 

chevrolux: I've got some 4GB modules sitting at home.. got nothing to stick them in anymore.

Wouldn't mind holding on to a couple, but would you want 2x4GB modules?... what are they worth?

I'm in Palmy, but can give to my partner who works down in Welly during the week. You would be able to pick up from the city (willis street area)

 

@chevrolux, Im easy whether its 4gb or 8gb. Well thats what Im a bit stumped about, as a previous reply said there are some dreamers on TM. Ive seen prices from $30 to $200. Im not trying to get a free ride but Im not after premium kit either.

 

 

Shall we just say $50 for 2x 4GB modules? I don't really care, I would feel good knowing they are going to a good use.


 
 
 
 


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  #2045738 28-Jun-2018 19:01
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chevrolux:

tchart:


chevrolux: I've got some 4GB modules sitting at home.. got nothing to stick them in anymore.

Wouldn't mind holding on to a couple, but would you want 2x4GB modules?... what are they worth?

I'm in Palmy, but can give to my partner who works down in Welly during the week. You would be able to pick up from the city (willis street area)


@chevrolux, Im easy whether its 4gb or 8gb. Well thats what Im a bit stumped about, as a previous reply said there are some dreamers on TM. Ive seen prices from $30 to $200. Im not trying to get a free ride but Im not after premium kit either.



Shall we just say $50 for 2x 4GB modules? I don't really care, I would feel good knowing they are going to a good use.



Yes please! Definitely going to be put to good use! I'll PM you.

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  #2045919 29-Jun-2018 10:12
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@tchart … did you get this sorted?

 

I've got a couple of 4GB DDR3 1333 strips available to you (or anyone).


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