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2GB GeIL PC6400 'Black Dragon' £49.34 inc VAT

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  1. HookeyStreet

    HookeyStreet Eat, sleep, game!

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    Bah, if only I could find the money, I'd grab a C2D... but I'm just useless and making and spending.
    Nice finds, DDR2 has come down in price so much, well worth buying it now.
     
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    didnt overclockers.co.uk close a couple of weeks ago ?
     
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    Not to my knowledge.
     
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    Well i did open the page a couple of weeks ago and it said that their Parent sales site was shutdown thus effectively shutting them down as well......
     
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    That black dragon's a BARGAIN! I had the Golden dragon pc3500 when I was on 462 and it was great stuff, never let me down once :D
     
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    overclocker.co.uk shutdown, and as far as I'm aware they are two different entities.
     
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    Nope it was overclockers.co.uk but they could have found a way to continue sales.
     
  10. HookeyStreet

    HookeyStreet Eat, sleep, game!

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    I think you may have been mistaken m8, Overclockers is a firmly established online store, I cant see them getting into financial trouble ;)

    Maybe you were thinking of Overclockers.com :confused:
     
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    good find, thats some cheap RAM, shame i have no pennies to buy
     
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    Damn. And I have to wait until Christmas to get my new hardware. :shadedshu
     
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    Oh my mistake then....I did visit oveclocker.co.uk a few days ago and i didnt see the cease sales page thus i thought it was overclockers.co.uk but from what it seems they are back online.
     

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