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1 gb ram $100


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Alexius

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i was looking to buy another gb of ram and the cheapest i could find was $100 is this right. this seems alot to me for a small little plastic thing.
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You can use google (or any other search engine) and search for that particular product and compare prices. You can also go to the kingston or crucial web page and compare their similar product to the one you are considering. This would be the best way for you to determine if the $100.00 price is right or not.
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I would recommend Corsair memory. Especially if you want to overclock.
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