Although memory prices appeared to have hit rock bottom a few weeks ago, they're still falling, and 2GB kits of both DDR2-667 and DDR2-800 memory are now comfortably below the $50 mark. So we've turned to memory yet again for our deal post.
We could recommend a kit like this 2GB Kingston DDR2-667 kit, which is $44.99 at Newegg. But then again, when you can get this 2GB Wintec Ampo DDR2-800 kit for an extra four bucks ($48.99), there's little incentive to go for the slower memory unless you're particularly cash-strapped. Of course, both kits are smashing deals, whether you're building a new PC, looking for an upgrade, or planning to stock your PC with 4GB of RAM without ponying up the extra cash for 2GB modules. Both kits are covered with a lifetime warranty and U.S. technical support, as well.
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