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[WTB] AUS - A decent 4gb kit of DDR3 1600 or more

Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by DrunkenMafia, Dec 6, 2009.

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  1. DrunkenMafia

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    Hi guys

    I have my corsair H50 arriving plus a 60gb vertex so I will be tearing my pc apart again. I might as well jump on the DDR3 wagon.

    I have a 780g board and am going to up to a 785g board to go with my 945 cpu.

    If anyone has a decent set of 4gb they are willing to part with that would be good.

    Must be 1600mhz at least and hopefully CAS 7 if I can.

    Any recommendations are welcome also. I am fairly new to DDR3. I want some good memory and don't mind paying for the right stuff. :D

    fire away
     
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    Well, I'm not erocker...but bomb dropped. If you are offering something for trade you need to have pictures. I'll give you 15 minutes to get pics of the items, or the thread will be deleted.
     
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    fixed..

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    still after some CAS 7 @ 1600. My kingston 2000mhz hypers cannot do it.

    Also I would be interested in a logitech dinovo mini for my HTPC and some 2tb hdd's. :)
     
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