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Memorias DDR3 Super Talent Referencias

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Río Cuarto

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15:38 20/07/2009

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Hola a todos lo que quiero saber que tal son las memorias
Super Talent DDR3 2x2Gb de 1333 Mhz PC3-10600 cas 9 de 1.5V (sin disipador)
Van de la mano de una Asus M4a78T-E y de un Phenom II x3 720 BE
Desde ya muchas gracias

Nuevo miembro

ctbm03

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21:38 30/07/2009

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[size=10pt]I have finally travelled to Tibet, long looking forward to an opportunity to my[/size][size=10pt]Tibet vacations[/size][size=10pt], and while the scenery/country was worth the wait, the journey was the toughest bit of traveling I've done so far to travel in China. Originally, I was torn as to whether to take a trip to Lhasa, the country's capital, or to Mount Kailash, a mountain located in the countryside that holds religious significance to both Buddhists and Hindus. Both religions believe that walking around the mountain is an auspicious undertaking. While there are China travel servicethat combine both Lhasa and the mountain, such trips are long, as the areas are in different directions, and more expensive. Anyhow, I elected to take a two week China Vacations trip to Mount Kailash that included a chance to walk around the mountain, going as high as 5,700 meters, higher than anything I had done to date. The day before departing, I travelled to the hotel in Lhasa where the rest of the group was staying for a pre-trip "briefing;" originally scheduled for 4:00 p.m., it finally kicked off just after 6. If I were to repeat the experience, I would look for a way to break up the driving, or to at least have more days in the mountains. While I am extremely grateful that I had an opportunity to visit Tibet, and Mount Kailash, I'm not sure that I would recommend this particular version of the trip. [/size]