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|08-01-2011 10:11 AM|
|ciaphuas||less volts, less electricity, less heat, more $$$ for u|
|08-01-2011 10:03 AM|
|08-01-2011 06:05 AM|
|verdi1987||Is anyone's rebate showing up on www.rebate-zone.com/kingston yet? My last Kingston rebate showed up very quickly (within days) after mailing, but this one is not in the system yet.|
|07-25-2011 12:13 AM|
|07-25-2011 12:10 AM|
Thank you very much.
|07-25-2011 12:08 AM|
|07-25-2011 12:03 AM|
Can someone please answer my question? Will this RAM work with my Dell Optiplex 320? I have DDR2 PC2-5300, DDR2 (non-ECC)
Is this RAM backwards compatible with mine? Thanks
|07-24-2011 10:37 PM|
How do you do the rebate? I didn't get a receipt with the package.
All I got was the packing slip and the memory. I never got a receipt which is what you need to get the rebate.
"Receive a cash rebate when you purchase specified Kingston product from Buy.com. Valid from July 11, 2011 through July 18, 2011. Print this coupon and fill
out all requested information and mail it with the original sales receipt or a copy of the original sales receipt and the original UPC codes to the address listed
below. Sales order confirmation emails and/or packing slips will not be accepted as proof-of-purchase."
All I got was a sales order confirmation email.
***Figured it out.
Click on view order and select the order with the rebate.
Top right corner (blue bar) there's a view printable receipt tab.
|07-16-2011 05:48 PM|
already posted here:
good price anyways, especially on thursdays
|07-16-2011 05:40 PM|
Kingston HyperX 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3 SDRAM 1600MHz 240-pin Desktop Memory - KHX1600C9D3K2/8GX for $39'95 AR
Buy.com has Kingston HyperX 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR3 SDRAM 1600MHz 240-pin Desktop Memory - KHX1600C9D3K2/8GX for $39.95 AR after $20 Rebate
Dont forget 3.5% cash back from FW
|07-14-2011 04:59 PM|
In for 2. Need it to feed my AMD A8 MSI A75MA I just got from TigerDirect. http://www.tigerdirect
|07-14-2011 04:32 PM|
|logicmeme||Thanks OP, what a great deal! In the process of a new build and this came along in time.|
|07-14-2011 11:08 AM|
|samsonn25||nvm, is same price w/R|
|07-12-2011 05:31 PM|
If you can find a memory kit rated at your desired bandwidth with a lower voltage specification, you're generally going to be better off. The reason for lower-voltage memory being more desirable is primarily due to the fact that lower power consumption equals less heat generated by the DIMMS. Less heat in a computer is good for a variety of reasons including longer lifespan and better overclocking potential.
My personal advice is to not worry too much about the voltage unless you are really an overclocking junkie (e.g., "professional" overclocking). 1.65V DIMMs are going to work just fine for you. This memory is currently the lowest priced 8GB kit I've seen on SD yet (after rebate anyway), so if you're in the market for new DDR3 memory, I'd say go for it!
|07-12-2011 04:21 PM|
|joogle||so im pretty confused now with 1.65 vs 1.5, is this compatible with the i5-2500k processor?|
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