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    Default Avexir Memory

    You can customize these things too.
    AVEXIR


    Last edited by TeeBlack; 24-06-2013 at 01:24.
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    Default Re: Avexir Memory

    Avexir makes some of the best looking memory. I have no idea why I dont have any yet. maybe I will for next build
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    Default Re: Avexir Memory

    Very Nice Info Tee that's a cool RAM by AVEXIR, aesthetically very-very eye catching!
    Looking forward for the Blitz II or Blitz 2 series thou

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    Default Re: Avexir Memory

    Didn't PureOC review a kit from these guys or am I getting it confused?

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    Default Re: Avexir Memory

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Avexir makes some of the best looking memory. I have no idea why I dont have any yet. maybe I will for next build
    i know right! i want one of those customized kits but the customization part of the site is down
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    Default Re: Avexir Memory

    I've seen performance testing on their RAM kits, and they are some of the best in respective class you can get. It also helps that they LOOK as good as they perform. Frankly I would spend money on these before I bought Dominator Platinums any day.

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