Wednesday, September 17, 2008

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Factory Original Memory Upgrades Keep Computers Running Smoothly

Memory Deal is helping customers avoid the pitfalls of upgrading computer memory with a first-of-its-kind online service that guarantees all memory modules purchased are an exact match of those originally installed at the factory. That should be music to the ears of any IT manager stung by an expensive and problematic memory upgrade.

Adding extra memory (known to the more computer literate as RAM) is today the simplest and most cost-effective way of upgrading one computer, several machines or an entire network. Doubling the memory of most computers can often be done for less than $100 per machine, staving off for another year or so the need to purchase the newest computer models.

But adding memory can lead to problems if the wrong kind of RAM or size of memory module is used, and there are numerous options. These problems can be compounded, and become very expensive, when purchasing memory upgrades for entire IT departments, government offices, schools and corporate offices - Memory Deal's target markets.

Memory Deal owner Scott Bauer says his new service eliminates the potential risks of memory upgrades by insuring that "levels of RAM modules remain the same as computer makers Apple, Dell, HP, IBM and Sun installed at the factory when the computer systems were first built."

Many computer retailers will recommend compatible memory upgrades, but only by using the same exact memory as that originally installed can optimal performance be assured. Bauer says Memory Deal is the "first and only online store offering customers genuine factory original memory modules for each and every memory upgrade."

When mega-computer maker Dell builds a computer, it uses a particular brand, size and level of RAM module for a reason. By making sure it provides customers with the very same RAM module, Memory Deal can rightfully claim to be striving for the very same quality assurance Dell intended when it built the computer.

Memory Deal is a new online memory product provider with a single unique focus - to provide customers the exact same RAM modules computer OEMs install at the factory.
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