Micron 16GB DDR2 memory modules

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Micron Semiconductors

Micron, the large semi-conductor manufacturer has announced plans for the release of its 16GB DDR2 modules in late 2006. Built in a 36x2x2Gb "twin-die" stack configuration these modules will be aimed specifically at servers and will not be cheap with estimates between $14,400 and $21,600 per module.

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29-08-2006, 22:06:27

terror96
I want to build a pc for about 400$ CAN. I want to use an AMD processor and have maybe a gig of ram, but if too expencive than 512 will do just fine. I want to run windows xp without too many lag issues. Anyone have any reccomendations on the parts to use that arent too expencive but will be alright for general use.

29-08-2006, 22:12:02

Ares210
Id say Glock or AK would be the best to help seeing as they both live in Canada.

29-08-2006, 22:46:12

Ham
939 3000+
Cheap Asus/ASRock MoBo
1GB of KVR (hides from riot)
Targen 380/Hiper 425
Spinpoint 80GB
LG DVD-RW drive.

Theres a start, everyone else can now pick away untill we got a deffinate setup.

29-08-2006, 23:14:05

glocktodahead
There are some good deals to be found at tigerdirect.ca, here is one that I just received via their newsletter, I'm not sure if you want to get refurbished but it definitely fits your budget

http://www.tigerdirect.ca/applications/searchtools/item-Details.asp?EdpNo=2108755

30-08-2006, 18:31:47

terror96
yeah btw glock and thrax im building this pc for tom and he wants it under 400$ so I came on here because I know everyone here knows all the best parts to fit any system.

30-08-2006, 19:12:57

AKtodaface

yeah btw glock and thrax im building this pc for tom and he wants it under 400$ so I came on here because I know everyone here knows all the best parts to fit any system.



Tom M.? thats cool but hes not gonna get nething too good rofl.. because like my video card would be like worth his whole computer lol.. and my video card sucks compared to everyone elses around here lol... btw im AK, im not Anthrax anymore lol.. everyone should just call me scottie, it works out like 20 times better. :)

30-08-2006, 19:16:56

glocktodahead
Well if it is for Tom it shouldn't be too hard to build a cheap one. He is not big into gaming so a refurb computer would work out great.
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