|12-01-2006, 11:04 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jun 06 2005
Cheap Hynix D43
Well working in a computer shop I always check new stock as it comes in just incase I find something special (eg caa2c 3500+), and today I found something which may be interesting but im not sure.
Generic ram (no brand name), using the Brainpower PCB B6U808, 512Mb modules, using hynix d43 chips, and they are all single sided.
Are they any good? Should I take a stick home and give it a try? They are only $59 a stick (retail) which seems fairly cheap...
The chip markings are Hynix 546AA, HYDU12822CTP-D43, Korea
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