Fellow bargain shoppers, I found RAM that I consider a good deal but they are back ordered. Anybody suggest a site with a comporable (or better) price for:
here is the link to the site that has it for $49 buckolas.
My word of advice: Do not buy CHEAP no-name brand RAM. Shell the extra bucks for CRUCIAL, Mushkin, or Corsair.
You get cheap RAM it'll die on you like mine did 1.5 years later.
Lieutenant Junior Grade
Is Kingsley considered cheap RAM??
Thanks for the advice. You are right and I have heard about the risks with no-name RAM.
However, I am looking to purchase about 10 or 12 sticks. I am traveling to South America and RAM is expensive over there. I want to perhaps resell and make a couple of bucks for spending cash as the plane tickets have just about put me in the poorhouse. (not really but they were expensive). I would be selling them as generic so people would know what they would be getting. I think generic RAM in the city where I am going to is going for like $85-90.
Any advice to discount RAM would be much apreciated.
Incidentally, pretty new on this site but I hope to be contributing to some good deals over on the GOT DEALS section pretty soon. I think I have a good one for one of those popular SHARP minidisk/MP3 players. I just have to hunt for the web address again.
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Bah, Infineon is the best ram!!! Fastest and strongest performer.
Ok, then go Mushkin RAM w/ Infineon chips
As for the 10 to 12 sticks, maybe consider Kingston ValueRam. www.valueram.com
Either way because RAM is scarce these days you're gonna be paying high prices for any decent name brand.