Itâ€™s a well known fact that your PC can never have too much memory. Of course, thatâ€™s not strictly true as 32-bit operating systems canâ€™t address more than 4GB, but letâ€™s not get too geeky about this.
If your PC is labouring under the strain of having less than 1GB of memory, then youâ€™ll want to enter this competition run in conjunction with our friends at Crucial Technology. And even if you do have 1GB, a little extra canâ€™t hurt.
Crucial is the customer facing part of Micron Technology, one of the worldâ€™s leading suppliers of PC memory. Its memory is known for its superb value and excellent performance. Whatâ€™s more, the company offers value add features such as free technical support, free shipping on orders over Â£25 and a 30-day money back compatibility guarantee. Its web site also offers the handy Memory Advisor tool, so you wonâ€™t end up buying the wrong memory for your system.
But thanks to those lovely people at Crucial, three lucky winners will walk away with a pair of match 512MB DIMMs, in either DDR or DDR2 configuration, depending on whether you have an AMD or Intel platform.
These arenâ€™t just ordinary DIMMs though. These are from Crucialâ€™s top-line Ballistix range, which not only look â€˜blingâ€™ thanks to their gold heatspreaders but have also demonstrated that they've got it where it counts, with good performances in our memory group tests, even picking up an award in one case.
For a chance to win on of these sets youâ€™ll need to answer the following question.
This competition is closed.
The competition is open to all our readers worldwide. It requires registration in our forum and the closing date is 6th March 2006.
Good luck memory people.