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[US] Avexir 2GB PC3-10600 DDR3 1333mhz 9-9-9-24 - 15$ SHIPPED!

Discussion in 'Hot Deals' started by brandonwh64, Mar 1, 2011.

  1. brandonwh64

    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    limit 2 :( If you could buy 6 I might have xD
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    JrRacinFan Served 5k and counting ...

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    That's when you get 2 friends that wouldn't mind ordering for you. :laugh:
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    too much hassle xD I'd first have to convert some bitcoins to paypal, then send $$ to the friends in question. Ask one to ship it to the other than ask the other to send it all to you, probably to my canadian address you I might need 3 friends lol
  5. brandonwh64

    brandonwh64 Addicted to Bacon and StarCrunches!!!

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    I was thinking of ordering two then making an account for my wife and ordering 1 more for a tri channel set
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    Cheap Ram, Cheap Price, There going to die.. and $15 wasted.... <.<
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    This. You can pickup a G. Skill 6GB DDR3 1600MHz kit from newegg for $70. So spend $45 on POS ram or spend $70 on ram with a lifetime warranty. Go figure.
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    that "POS" RAM has lifetime warranty too :wtf: and is UNDER 2/3rds of the price
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    Just saying my experience with Corsair RMA has been great, i sent back ram that they no longer make and they always send me even better updated ram cant say that for a company like this and weither they have lifetime or not it, its the warranty services that matter.
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    At that price I wouldn't complain unless there are many bad reviews
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    Well considering Avexir is not a company many people have any experience with good luck with that "lifetime" warranty.

    RAM is not something you skimp on if you know anything about computers. You don't have to get the most expensive stuff, but you should do a little leg work and spend a little extra on the stuff from a trusted company. I personally will only buy Corsair ram, but that is because I know they will take care of me as a customer. Same reason why people buy EVGA products.
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    one of the best thing to skimp on is RAM IMO, if you skimp on anything. GPU, CPU, case, cpu cooler, PSU and HDD or SD are all much more important than RAM. DVD-RW you can skimp more but thats it xD
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    I'm not even going to try and argue with such a foolish statement. If you cannot understand the importance of ram (especially on an enthusiast site like TPU); then you really have no business giving anyone PC advice. This is my last post in this thread. The ram above is junk, if you want to waste your money on bottom of the barrel parts then be my guest. I for one have better things to spend my money on then budget, POS parts. :shadedshu
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    I am with N-ster on this one. Don't get me wrong, I love me some good, fast, low latency ram, but from a performance standpoint, it is the least performance driven component out of the machine. The difference between DDR2 1066 and DDR3 2000 isn't very dramatic AT ALL in real world usage. Benching is a different story, but if you are building a budget rig, spend the extra on CPU/MB/GPU instead of the RAM. ($50 extra spent on either GPU/MB/CPU yields much better results than $50 extra spent on RAM)
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    No shipping to Canada, or anywhere other than US :(
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    Insult me and my statements won't do any good, instead give me facts that counter my statements. To be honest, I'm a very good TPU member, especially when it comes to giving advice on what to buy.

    Now tell me what is the least important component in terms of difference between a low end and high end part between the following: Motherboard, RAM, CPU, Graphic's card or PSU (all the main components of a PC). Guess what, most would agree it is RAM. Why? Performance difference is barely noticeable between 1333 cl9 and 1600 cl9 or cl8. Now performance between a Phenom II 955 and Phenom II 1055t is HUGE. Difference between a 6870 1GB and 6950 2GB is HUGE. Having a cheapo 900W and an HX850 is HUGE in terms of quality and peace of mine. Difference between a cheap mobo and a quality mobo with USB3 and SATA 6 can be a big difference as well, especially for OCing and in terms of features. You cannot say the same for RAM

    This RAM will probably run at 1333 CL9 flawlessly and won't give you any more problem then corsair or crucial RAM would give you.
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    I agree with n-ster on this one. RAM can be skimped on. I had 3 of these Avexir in my X58 mobo and could not tell the difference between Avexir and high end Gskill.
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    I just ordered 2 more units through paypal and will order 2 more tomorrow through the other account I originally bought. 12g for $90.00 how can you say no.
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    15 shipped? Why am I being charges 9.82 for shipping????
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    Too late, today there is no more free ship

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