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1. Crucial 4GB DDR3 1600 PC3-12800 Ballistix 240pin (Refurbished)
3. Crucial Ballistix Sport 16GB Kit (2x8) DDR3 Memory Compare

Crucial Ballistix Sport 16GB Kit (2x8) DDR3 Memory

Item#: C19-0102  |  Model#: BLS2KIT8G3D1609DS1S0

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Crucial 8GB DDR3 1600(PC3-12800)Ballistix Tactical

Item#: C19-9789  |  Model#: BLT8G3D1608ET3LX0

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CRUCIAL DDR3 8GB KIT 1600 MT/S (4GBX2) MEMORY

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Crucial 8GB DDR3 1600 PC3-12800 Ballistix 240pin

Item#: C19-8804  |  Model#: BLT8G3D1608DT1TX0

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Upgrading Your Memory to Improve Performance

As programs get more complex, you’ll discover that your trusty PC may not be working as quickly or efficiently as it used to. While your impulse might be to purchase a new, more powerful computer, you can dramatically improve performance simply by upgrading your memory. For far less than what you’d pay for a new computer, a memory upgrade will often have your PC working faster and more efficiently than ever before.

Beefing up your PC’s memory is an inexpensive and surprisingly simple way to give yourself a huge boost in performance. Besides, today’s complex software and graphics-intensive games chew up your memory almost as fast as you can add it on. Therefore, it’s best to prepare for the immediate future by loading on as much memory as you can. To give you an example how things are changing in the memory game, Microsoft advises that you need at least 128MB of memory to run Windows XP, but the more the merrier, with 512MB ideal and 1GB even better. Many industry experts today recommend that you upgrade to at least 1 gigabyte (1GB) so you can be ready for the challenges ahead of you. With a gigabyte of memory your PC will be able to run multiple programs simultaneously and give you excellent speed.

Upgrading your computer memory is simple

Two of the great things about upgrading your PC memory are the fact that it’s cheap (especially when you consider dramatically a significant memory upgrade will improve your performance), and it only takes about five minutes to drop in another memory card. And when you’re done you will be able to keep more programs running, ramp up your speed on memory-eating graphics programs and play games like never before. Plus, your PC will handle like a precision machine.

Whether you’re looking for DDR, DDR2, DDR3, Dual Channel, SDRAM or ECC memory we have it all. Our huge inventory includes products from the world’s best memory manufacturers including Corsair, Crucial, Ultra, Kingston, and OCZ.