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    cheap pc3200

    hello, i need 1 stick of 256pc3200. i only wanna spend 25 max, i tried crucial but not even there ram is that cheap (dont matter if its crap, it aint for me )
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    I don't think you are gonna get stick of 3200 for less then £25 mate. I know you've looked at crucial - but they're probably gonna be your best bet for getting the stuff.

    Although I did find some alternatives for you to check

    Ebuyer extra value £30.54 (Inc VAT)

    http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/produ...duct_uid=49446

    TwinMOS PC3200 £33.12 (Inc VAT)

    http://www.komplett.co.uk/k/ki.asp?a...rpID=9&cks=PRL

    Sorry I couldn't find anything cheaper. You could try comuter fairs?
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    im gonna go to 1 on tuesday, although sum of them are dogy and u can garantue what ur gettin
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    Don't buy things from stalls that look like a car boot

    Buy from proper company's, in my experiance i've found computer fairs to be very good
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    me 2, unless you buy a gf2mx400 from a company thats based 60 miles from the fair... the replacement was faulty aswell and took 2 months to sort out.. every thing else ive bought from a comp fair has been good though, and i acctually perer to buy hdd's from them instead of from inet cos you wont get dodgy delivery blokes throwing them around in delivery - like my new 160gb drive thats going back on monday
    annoyingly though i now work all shop hours over the weekend, which is a bit rubbishrubbishrubbishrubbishe. (all our local comp fairs are at weekends)

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    Ebuyer are selling 256 pc3200 Samsung for 30 btw lads
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    Originally posted by |SilentDeath|
    i acctually perer to buy hdd's from them instead of from inet cos you wont get dodgy delivery blokes throwing them around in delivery - like my new 160gb drive thats going back on monday
    annoyingly though i now work all shop hours over the weekend, which is a bit rubbishrubbishrubbishrubbishe. (all our local comp fairs are at weekends)


    how do you think the HD got delivered to the computer shop? the same method..... cut out the middle man!



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    Try Ebay...I've bought 4 x sticks memory in the last 12 months, all from Ebay, all good prices, no problems. Maybe I've just been lucky though.
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