Has anyone had any experience with Komputerbay memory? I suddenly find myself in need of replacements for my old GSkill sticks because one or both are malfunctioning.
I ordered a set for one of our seniors who owns an old Dell Dimension and when it arrived, one of the sticks was bad and I had to return the whole thing. Based on that, I'm not too optimistic. I also realize, however, any brand of anything can have a bad one slip through QC.
I'm primarily looking at Amazon because, fortuitously, our Fire Chief sent me a $50 Amazon gift card for some graphics work I did for him (Thanks, Al!). Apparently, DDR2 memory has not gotten any cheaper in the last 5 years but I still need to get it on the cheap because we just had to put a new motor in our only car ($2900) & I just had to replace my broken Galaxy S4 ($175 deductible). Happy 8th anniversary to my wife & me!
I'd like to get PC2-8500 and I'd love to be able to get 8 GB but I may have to settle for 4 now and 4 more a little later down the road.
Any thoughts on this brand? Or should I just stick with Kingston, Crucial, OCZ, & other more mainstream brands?
Thanks, as always!
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