Kingston Auctions Rare Memory for Charity
Subject: Memory | May 24, 2005 - 01:48 PM | Ryan Shrout
Kingston is taking out some rare Winbond B memory modules that run at super speeds (enthusiasts know what these are) and auctioning them off. Not to get the most they can for them, but to help out a charity organization. Stop by and see if you this memory might be worth it to you!
Here is your chance to get your hands on discontinued Kingston HyperX DDR400 KHX3200 modules while helping those in need. These 2.6V modules were built with coverted Winbond B die, which is no longer manufactured, and have latency timings of 2-2-2-6-1; they provide impressive headroom for system tweaking.
You can't buy these modules anymore, but we're auctioning four 512-MB kits (KHX3200K/512) and one 1-GB (KHX3200K2/1G) kit. One 512-MB kit will be auctioned each week for the first four weeks, and the 1-GB kit will be auctioned the final week.
All proceeds will be donated to Community Service Programs, Inc. CSP is comprised of six model programs assisting over 80,000 persons a year, including abused children, victims of crime, struggling families, acting out adolescents, and people in need of mediation services.
Please visit the auction site:http://www.kingston.com/hyperx/auction/ to place your bids today!