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    Default Re: Crucial Memory and SSD Giveaway

    Quote Originally Posted by FreeJet View Post
    Crucial is crucial for the stability and speed of my computer system. Been using the reliable RAM for years and would love to have more. Not familiar with the SSDs but I can guess that the "apple doesn't fall far from the tree".
    Hey FreeJet!

    Good to see you here!
    PureOC runs some good contests, and their forums are entertaining as Hail too!
    There will be a grand prize drawing next week and you should be sure to enter that one too. (lots of great bling then)

    This memory and SSD is top-notch.

    I can remember using Crucial's Memory Locator Tool on the web for many years. You could take an old Dell, HP, Gateway, Quantex, IBM, and any other major brand PC and enter it's model number on their site. They would give you the specs of the memory that was in there, and they would also tell you what ~faster~ memory would be compatible with it too. It was a wonderful tool to use for upgrade reasons and it was always right.
    Also: their forums had a few very knowledgeable guys working for them and they would help you come up with the proper timings and voltages for your Crucial memory purchases. They really knew their products, and could help you to achieve stability with an Overclock quickly.

    My reasons for liking Crucial (besides the quality of their parts) are that they are there for their customers benefit, and they have been so for many years too.
    They deserve our business.

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    Default Re: Crucial Memory and SSD Giveaway

    I have to be in it to win it.

    "A lawyer with his briefcase can steal more than a hundred men with guns."

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    Default Re: Crucial Memory and SSD Giveaway

    crucial products are one of the most reliable in the market, no one can argue if i would say Crucial SSD's are the best in the market you should get those because they really are amazing. thats why i want to win an SSD or maybe a MEMORY, THANKS CRUCIAL and PureOC!

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    Default Re: Crucial Memory and SSD Giveaway

    I have never had the pleasure of using them but they will be Crucial in my first gaming build. When I ask anyone what I should get I am always pointed into Crucial's direction. I cant wait to try them out. Fingers crossed thanks to Stan and Crucial for this awesome chance and good luck to everyone.
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    Default Re: Crucial Memory and SSD Giveaway

    I've never used anything by Crucial before so I can't speak towards how good they are. But it's great to hear these awesome reviews from everyone else.
    Good luck to all!

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    Default Re: Crucial Memory and SSD Giveaway

    I know Crucial from DDR2 times, I will choose Crucial when I need for high performance products.

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    Default Re: Crucial Memory and SSD Giveaway

    Thanks Pure OC and Crucial for this weeks prizes.

    Crucial is my first choice in memory because of the overclockablity. Can run them at high speeds and cool temps. Solid products backed by a great warranty. I havent had the chance to use a Crucial SSD but very eager to add one to my system. I need the added speed. 50gb would be a good size for a cache drive or a boot drive. Thanks again and good luck to everyone!
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    Default Re: Crucial Memory and SSD Giveaway

    Thanks PureOC and Crucial for this installment of the giveaway!
    I love Crucial products because they just work and on the off chance there is a defect they are easy to work with to get an RMA. They're my first choice for the same reason I love them, and they price their products very competitively.
    Good luck all!

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    Default Re: Crucial Memory and SSD Giveaway

    Keep up the good work guys, lets keep the posts coming in !

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    Love Crucial Products. Thanks to Crucial and PurerOC for another great giveaway.


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    I have only used g-Skill.I would love to try Crucial.That way I can see the difference for myself.

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    Default Re: Crucial Memory and SSD Giveaway

    Yey! here's my chance to final get a SSD boot drive plus better rams! I really need one badly, it is Crucial in making my computer a lot faster and safer! My HDD drives are getting old too. Crucial's M4 SDDs are one of the fastest today. Would really love to have one!

    Good luck everyone

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    I have worked on a friends computer that ran crucial RAM and it was solid! Count me in please!

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    Default Re: Crucial Memory and SSD Giveaway

    Local PC Retail shops here in the PH seldom-ly sell CRUCIAL product, so I haven't really had much experience with them. But if we're to base about my encounter with the Ballistix Tracers, then I bet you this is where I'll put Crucial in my heart. Those DIMMs are just gorgeous when the PC is turned on. I love them.

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    Default Re: Crucial Memory and SSD Giveaway

    doesnt have SSD , and it would be good to use for the first time some solid brand names at the scene.

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    Default Re: Crucial Memory and SSD Giveaway

    I depend on an Crucial M4 everyday... never has it let me down

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