The higher priced ones are shown as OCZ Platinum Edition.
Ask him if they don't work then will he take them back? If so then take them and "test" them.
On Newegg they're ~$115 incl s&h new. Whats the guy charging for shipping & insurance? That +$90 is your true cost. If he's charging $10 shipping & insurance. Then you're saving $15. Your choice.
no shipping....we work in the same office building/companyOriginally Posted by zapjb
but yeah he did get em off newegg for $115,
so he's not losing out a whole lot by givin em to me for ~$90
(as opposed to him havin bought them local and paying out the ass)
*note for cpt. asswad: some people actually sell used shit at below retail
@VB - I will test them right there in the office
there is, I'd say, 3-6 boxes + monitors sitting in the IS area at any given time,
(Dells but in a pinch....hey....)
I am sure we have something that's DDR compatible
oh yeah and I looked at the product names, but what I really looked at was the product #s
PC Club ($169.99):
Newegg ($109.94):PC Club Item No: A4308004
Manufacturer Model No: OCZ4001024ELDCPE-K
I need to get a feckin credit cardModel #: OCZ4001024ELDCPE-K
Item #: N82E16820146896
Last edited by fkdup74; 01-20-2006 at 03:13 AM.
If it's a friend of yours, who you trust. Go for it. Although new RAM some can be cheaper & still good. But not with OCZ rep. afaik.