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Lame...thanks for the info.
    
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Well I bough PRO which is supposed to be an overclocking\\better version...

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I could just tell NewEgg.com that the sticks I got aren't what I wanted and exchange them for credit for my Video card I'm buying and then get RAM from somewhere else...
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Well I bough PRO which is supposed to be an overclocking\\better version...

I could just tell NewEgg.com that the sticks I got aren't working right and exchange them for credit for my Video card I'm buying and then get RAM from somewhere else...
I say go for it if they will let you.
    
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I asked NewEgg if they could waive the Restocking fee because the Pictures and reviews are misleading, and they are... The picture clearly shows Version 1.1 and someone in the reviews said something similar...

I really don't want to play the %15 restocking fee, it's there fault I got this RAM, I researched a lot and found out that Version 1.1 is Micron, but I get sent version 4.2, they should have to tell you which version they are sending you...

If I pay the %15 restocking that's over $23 wasted.... I think that's totally bs...

Edit:
Crucial Technology Ballistix 1GB (2x512mb)
http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/Produc...ctCode=80061-3

The 4-4-4-12 rated ones (those ones) are supposed to be garunteed
Micron D9GMH (B6-3)
OR
Micron D9DQW (BT-37E)
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^^^DQW isn't made anymore so it's GMH
    
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Originally Posted by frogy View Post
I asked NewEgg if they could waive the Restocking fee because the Pictures and reviews are misleading, and they are... The picture clearly shows Version 1.1 and someone in the reviews said something similar...

I really don't want to play the %15 restocking fee, it's there fault I got this RAM, I researched a lot and found out that Version 1.1 is Micron, but I get sent version 4.2, they should have to tell you which version they are sending you...

If I pay the %15 restocking that's over $23 wasted.... I think that's totally bs...

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http://www.zipzoomfly.com/jsp/Produc...ctCode=80061-3

The 4-4-4-12 rated ones (those ones) are supposed to be garunteed
Micron D9GMH (B6-3)
OR
Micron D9DQW (BT-37E)
Yeah, they are rough on that restocking fee. I wanted them to wave mine because I was going to buy an extra $300 worth of stuff and they wouldn't. I can kinda understand though.
    
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Is Ballistix 100% positively D9 then???

Aren't GMH's used in Dominators? I though GKX was supposed to be better, but whatever, I know most all D9 are better than even the best Promos...
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I'm pretty sure they're guaranteed to be GMH

GMH is used in the Dominator series(excluding C4D), GKX is better but they're also much more expensive
    
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www.tankguys.com has Team Xtream ram that is guarenteed to have D9GMH IC's.
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