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Win a 4GB DDR3 Memory Kit From Our Contest!

It's time for another contest courtesy of your friends here at Tom's Hardware! This time around we're giving away nine 4GB DDR3 memory kits – perfect if you're building yourself a new rig using Intel's P55 chipset.

Six of those nine kits we're giving away were featured in our Value DDR3 For Intel's P55: Six 4GB Kits Rounded Up article.

Those of you who are citizens of the USA and Canada 18 years and older are eligible to enter. Only one entry per person is permitted. Multiple entries from the same person will all be discarded. The winners of the contest will be determined by random drawings.

This contest begins on today November 12, 2009 and ends on November 19, 2009 12:00 midnight, Pacific Standard Time GMT-8. No entries will be accepted after this date and time.

Click here to enter our contest – and good luck!

Marcus Yam
Marcus Yam served as Tom's Hardware News Director during 2008-2014. He entered tech media in the late 90s and fondly remembers the days when an overclocked Celeron 300A and Voodoo2 SLI comprised a gaming rig with the ultimate street cred.
  • jerther
    Woohoo! Canada elligible finaly! :D
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  • zak_mckraken
    Wow, a contest in which I can actually enter! If I win, I'll upgrade my rig! ;)
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  • Drag0nR1der
    umm, isn't DDR3 most often used in triplets?
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  • jonpaul37
    GRATS TO CANADIANS!

    Hope i win, i'm in USA
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  • Toddosan
    Drag0nR1derumm, isn't DDR3 most often used in triplets?not for the i5 or AMD platform.
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  • ElectroGoofy
    Drag0nR1derumm, isn't DDR3 most often used in triplets?
    Toddosannot for the i5 or AMD platform.
    Yea, the i5, i7 8xx series, and AMD platform don't support triple channel, so they are selling them in 2 packs instead of 3.
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  • ssalim
    Nice.
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  • Drag0nR1der
    ah, good for if you're building a media pc or utility desktop then :) still, free is free
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  • Marcus Yam
    JertherWoohoo! Canada elligible finaly!I'm happy too, as I'm Canadian. :) Of course, I work for Tom's Hardware so I'm not eligible. Good luck, everyone!
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  • city_zen
    Those of you who are citizens of the USA and Canada 18 years and older are eligible to enter.

    Marcus, the word is residents. Unless the American citizens at the Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station are actually eligible to participate ... Yeah, didn't think so ...
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