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Topic # 88582 18-Aug-2011 13:52
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Looking to buy a couple of sticks of DDR2 memory to suppliment the 2 x 1GB I have or replace it completely with a higher speed. Would also be interested in 2GB pairs at a reasonable price.
This is to tide me over until I upgrade completely later in the year.

Current memory is 2 x 1GB Crucial DDR2 667 [PC5300] CL5 NON-ECC.

Thanks.

DLS


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  Reply # 508661 18-Aug-2011 16:52
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http://computerone.co.nz/product/lexar/d36647
Just confirm he has stock, I bought 2 and he had just 1 so it took a few weeks for more stock.




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  Reply # 508664 18-Aug-2011 17:02
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Niel: http://computerone.co.nz/product/lexar/d36647
Just confirm he has stock, I bought 2 and he had just 1 so it took a few weeks for more stock.


That looks good. What was the postage. That was one issue i had, I could get 1GB for $18 but a lot of
e-tailers want to courier even small stuff for $10 - $12

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  Reply # 508770 18-Aug-2011 22:11
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Shipping $4.89 via NZ Courier Post unless it is a large item. A number of items are well priced.




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