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Hello I have my RMA number from G.Skill and I was wondering if I need to ship it to them in it original package? Obviously I don't have the packaging and will need to use bubble wrap or something so is that ok? Just in case memtest was wrong and there is nothing wrong how can I sabotage at least one of them to make sure it doesn't work? I already am pretty sure as my PC will not run unless I take out this one stick them I am stable (at stock). Well anyway TY for your help have a good one.<br />
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EDIT: Also I would like for you to tell me about your experirence with the RMA process. I am mostly wondering how long it will take as this is my main rig and I have no backup. I seen that my ram is discontinued so if anyone ever had this happen what did they send you back? I hope that they don't send me some value ram crap.
 

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Yeh in original packaging and preferably with a copy of the invoice included.<br />
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EDIT: Sorry didnt fully read your post. Do as FrankenPC suggested
 

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If you dont have the original plastic sheath they came in? Take two pieces of rigid cardboard and sandwich them in between. Staple the cardboard so the modules don't move. Then apply a layer of bubble wrap.<br />
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FYI: GSkill turns those babies around FAST. I rma'd mine on Monday overnight, got them back Friday.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">If you dont have the original plastic sheath they came in? Take two pieces of rigid cardboard and sandwich them in between. Staple the cardboard so the modules don't move. Then apply a layer of bubble wrap.<br />
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FYI: GSkill turns those babies around FAST. I rma'd mine on Monday overnight, got them back Friday.</div>

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</div>WOW thats great at least I know I wont be without a PC for very long there lol. I made an edit in the post above so if you could add to that I would appr. it <img src="/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic">WOW thats great at least I know I wont be without a PC for very long there lol. I made an edit in the post above so if you could add to that I would appr. it <img src="/images/smilies/smile.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Smile" class="inlineimg" />.</div>

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I sent back PC8000 2GBHZ modules. They are recently introduced modules.
 

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I was just thinking what does anyone suppose the modern FX equivalent be. What I mean it that these FX series can run at 300mhz all day long on a 1:1 divider timings would be 2.5-4-3-5. I really hope that they don't send me some crap RAM I would be sooo mad. Thanks for all the replies and info I'm glad that it will only take a short amount of time. I should be getting my VC in from RMA soon also.
 
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