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Old 04-25-2007, 11:11 PM   #11 (permalink)
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lol,first of all, the e6600 isnt 235, its 315. im betting the 235 is in AMERICAN cash and from an AMERICAN store. Im getting all my stuff from WA. and i cant find a SINGLE store which sells g.skill!! so either i buy it from NSW or sumthin there OR overseas. and i DONT like doing that. Last time i tried getting ram like that it worked for about 1 month, then fried. WASNT happy. and yeah, case modding aint hard for me i think im just gonna be lyke wtf, ditch the ******* case, get the GTX.

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