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My boss at my job wanted RAM for his test PC.

$45 for a 256MB 133Mhz RAM chip. (from CDW)

Holy **** when I heard that, I ordered extra RAM for all my test PCs... which include my DNS and Exchange boxes that im using for my network project.

Unbelieveable. Hopefully this RAM will speed up my servers. You have no idea what Exchange 2000 does to a PC thats only a P2-233 with 64MB of RAM. Hehehehe.

I do know that RDRAM is still expensive.
 

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Yeah i figured that. However with RAM being THIS cheap... I would rather spend a few dollars extra and get some sort of name brand RAM rather than generic you would see on pricewatch. Thats why I bought it from CDW. Im sure you know what flaky RAM can do to a computer.
 

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EEEwwwww...look at my last post number....

well...ummm you can't...but it was 666.

Quick get me some holy water and a silver bullet.

Throw in a Killian's while your'e at it. ;)

[ September 28, 2001: Message edited by: Intrepidatious ]
 

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I agree, cheap RAM is always CHEAP. I have never used anything but Micron or Kingston Ram. Leave the PNY crap for the people who don't know better.

Hell, even my 6-yr old daughters Cel-600 machine has 128 MB of micron in it. Than again how many 6 yr olds have machine up to these specs:

cel-600
128mb ram
20 GB 7200rpm IBM hard drive
32mb video card
10/100 internet
56K modem
HP deskjet 840C printer
IBM 15" monitor
Sound blaster sound
Infinity speakers

and best of all
Little Tykes keyboard

WOOHOO!!!!
 

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my computer runs better with PNY than it did with kingston
 
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