Martin Tithonium (tithonium) wrote,
Martin Tithonium

Yay Kingston

So, I had two 1gig sticks of generic kingston ram in Sedna when she went in to have her hard drive replaced. Apple pulled them, said they were bad, and another failure of the hard drive wouldn't be covered if I put them back in. I just got off the phone with Kingston. Tier1 said it might be a problem, 'cause I had two sticks and didn't know which was bad, and bumped me to Tier2. So at this point I'm all Grrr, 'cause I don't wanna deal with this crap. Tier2, on the other hand, bumped me straight to RMA, who in turn got me an RMA number and fedex paperwork and whatnot in about 60 seconds (most of which was verifying product numbers and giving my address).

Historically, I've had a /preference/ for Kingston ram. I've never had a problem with it in the past. Ever. It's the computer hardware manufacturer that I've /never/ had a problem with their product. As of now, they're the only company I'll ever buy ram from. Viking and Mushkin can suck it. (Granted, I tend to avoid Viking anyway, 'cause they spam Amazon)
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