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Casual Cube

Can anyone identify these memory modules?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

My little brother scored this ancient PC (10 years) for like 50 bucks and asked me to help clean it out and appraise it for him. When I saw it, I realized how old it really was. It's got a GTX 295 inside but somehow shows up as two in the software end, AMD Phenom X3 8750 Black Edition and a 1TB Hitachi 7200Rpm hard disk. Came with a 120Hz monitor that's 1680x1050 with GeForce 3D vision and logitech peripherals etc. I was wondering what this would run for in the market right now and more importantly, what the heck are these RAM modules? CPU Z says they both run si gle channel DDR2 4Gb at 1800Mhz.


ps. If you were wondering, yeah he might sell it instead of renovating he's not really a gamer. He Lives in Calgary, AB. That is for checking out!





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It's just aftermarket ram coolers AFAIK

If you're interested in a product please download and read the manual first.

Don't forget to tag or quote in your reply if you want me to know you've answered or have another question.

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11 minutes ago, Casual Cube said:

GTX 295 inside but somehow shows up as two in the software end

Unrelated to question at hand, but it shows up as two because it's a dual-gpu card.

Main PC: sleeper Dell on profile boi

Laptop: Latitude E4310 w/ i5 580M, 8GB RAM, 120GB 840 EVO, Intel Centrino Ultimate-N 6300 wireless card, Windows 7 Pro x64

Zeus: 2x 1266MHz PIII, Supermicro P3TDDE, 1x 512MB PC133 ECC, Radeon 9600 Pro 128MB, 30GB DiamondMax Plus 8 + 80GB IBM DeskStar, Windows XP Pro SP3


On 2/26/2019 at 2:37 AM, campy said:

when my girlfriend comes over and sees my dining room and kitchen counters covered in pc parts from pre 2006 she immediately takes off her clothes

nothing sexual, she just doesnt want the nerd dust on her clothes 

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The gtx 295 shows up as 2 because it is 2. It has 2 GPU cores on the same board.


As for value. It's worth about what he paid for it. 50-100 bucks. He could probably sell the GPU to a collector separate, but then the PC would be pretty much worthless.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
14 hours ago, X_X said:

Did you try the SPD tab in CPU-Z?

I found out that it indeed has two 2GB modules on Slots 1 and 3 with identical specs


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