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Old 08-11-2009, 08:18 AM   #1
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I'm looking at this toolkit. Any ideas or comments.

Also looking for some cheap 1Gb sticks of DDR2 RAM. I've found some on Newegg from Kingston for $14 each. Any better ideas?
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Default Re: Suggestions on Toolkit and RAM

Certainly looks extensive enough, but personally i don't have experience with that brand name
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I'm looking at this toolkit. Any ideas or comments.

Also looking for some cheap 1Gb sticks of DDR2 RAM. I've found some on Newegg from Kingston for $14 each. Any better ideas?
That toolkit looks great, lots of variety there.

And Kingston is a great brand of ram, don't be afraid to buy it.
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Certainly looks extensive enough, but personally i don't have experience with that brand name
Nor have I. I just saw that it was alot of stuff for not alot of money. I'll get it and let you know how it all works and if it is quality.



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And Kingston is a great brand of ram, don't be afraid to buy it.
Yes I do know that, it's usually what I always get. I was just wondering if I could get it for any cheaper anywhere or if anyone knew about any deals going on.
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Old 08-11-2009, 12:06 PM   #5
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You never know what you're getting with cheap tools, I've had ones that have fallen apart after being used a few times, but on the contrary I got two sets of allen keys from the local pound shop a few years back which have been used, abused and are still going strong!
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