Patriot PVV34G1600LLKB DDR3 4GB (2x2GB) Memory for $20 after MIR @Fry's

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Patriot PVV34G1600LLKB DDR3 4GB (2x2GB) Memory for $20 after MIR @Fry's

Not available online anymore, but if you live near a Fry's this is a pretty sweet deal assuming you can stomach the $50 mail in rebate. It seems like it's an older memory model but nobody else online has it even under $60, so $20 is a pretty smoking deal.

Patriot Viper II Sector 5 4GB (2 x 2GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory w/ 3DMark Vantage Model PVV34G1600LLKB

http://images.frys.com/art/product/box_shots/6344961.box.GIF

Available for in-store pickup at Frys.com

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Unavailable in San Diego Sad

Oh well, saves me from having to worry about a huge rebate.

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Newegg.com has a single 4gb DDR3 stick from G.Skill for $33, but i figure that's overkill for me since i'd want to run dual channel...but hrmm...$66+$6 tax for 8gb or $27 after rebate & tax for 4gb....hrmm....since this is for my 2nd system, im thinking the $27 wins

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The heat sinks on them make them too tall to use in any HTPC I have.  I'd rather get a "normal" memory module and keep a nicer HSF.

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These crazy heat sinks on RAM these days are annoying.

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