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No I would get another GB..Or sell your 512mb and get this kit http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231021
lol... no.
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lol... no.
I got that kit for 150$ last week
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I got that kit for 150$ last week
Why would you spend that much on RAM, doesn't make any sence to me. Oh well. I'm not spending any more than $85.
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Why would you spend that much on RAM, doesn't make any sence to me. Oh well. I'm not spending any more than $85.
It's two gigs bro, you were about to spend 90$ for one gig, haha i got a better bargain
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It's two gigs bro, you were about to spend 90$ for one gig, haha i got a better bargain
But who needs 2 gigs? Waist of money if you ask me.

Anyway, I'm gonna just get that stick of 1024 ULTRA on Tiger, the stock timings are really good on it, and I don't overclock, so It's perfect for me. And it's $50.
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Actually, it depends on what you use your system for. For heavy gaming, 2 gigs of quality RAM are highly recomended.

And for anything other than just word processing and internet surfing, 1Gb is probably best. I need to get another 512 stick myself, I had to skimp on RAM to get the other parts for this system.
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Actually, it depends on what you use your system for. For heavy gaming, 2 gigs of quality RAM are highly recomended.

And for anything other than just word processing and internet surfing, 1Gb is probably best. I need to get another 512 stick myself, I had to skimp on RAM to get the other parts for this system.
I suppose. But I'll have a gig and a half if I get that stick.
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