If only we could download more RAM for our computers, then we wouldn't have to go buy some at NCIX every time we want to upgrade our systems. Unfortunately, incorporating volatile Random Access Memory into your PC isn't that easy. Although, it isn't that hard either. DDR3 memory (DDR3 DIMM) is the most common RAM memory on the market. Increasing your system's RAM can result in better performance and an improved multitasking experience, allowing you to run more memory intensive applications without a decrease in speed. What we're trying to say is come visit NCIX and buy RAM.
Maximize the performance of your gaming PC, desktop, server, and workstation with our wide selection of DDR3 RAM (DDR3 DIMM) from top vendors such as Kingston, Corsair, Crucial and ADATA
NCIX sells sheep?
No, we don't sell horned livestock at NCIX. And you can't put one into your computers either, so don't try it. The type of RAM we have here stands for Random Access Memory. For those who don't know what RAM is, allow NCIX to enlighten you. Think of it as serving plates. The user runs an application and the system requested the data — that's the food cooking in the kitchen. After a couple milli-seconds (6-star chef), that data is then transferred to the serving plates and is easily accessible for anyone (or any program) that needs it. The more RAM you have, the bigger your plate; the larger the plate, the more food/data can be stored. But be warned, more is not always better with RAM. If you had 100GB of RAM, chances are you won't be able to use it all. In that case, you'll just be wasting money, power, and probably space in your system.
Not sure what memory to get? Use one of these handy memory configurators to find out the right RAM for your system!
Kingston Memory Configurator