Corsair Memory Value Select 2GB DDR2 PC2-4300 (533) Dual Channel Desktop
2GB (2X1GB) Corsair Value Select, DDR2 PC4300 (533), 240 Pin, Non-ECC Unbuffered, CAS 4-4-4-12
Corsair built its reputation on performance memory that shines in the most demanding computing situations: extreme gaming and high-transaction processing environments. But not all computers are put to such extreme usage. So we brought the same reliability, testing and Corsair quality to a line of memory designed to support standard computing situations such as popular office applications. Now it’s one of our most popular memory lines. Backed with a lifetime warranty, it’s memory you can rely on.
Features • The Value Select line provides quality, tested, compatible desktop memory at competitive prices.
• The Value Select line is qualified for major current desktop systems.
• All Value Select modules are backed by Corsair's comprehensive warranty.
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Lifetime warranty, return to Scan subject to manufacturer's warranty.
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