Camo Sticks?

Another product that makes me go "hmmm."  Once or twice in my
life I've paid extra for high-performance random-access memory, but
I've never paid extra for the href="http://www.tomshardware.com/2006/10/17/log_ocz_camouflage_ddr2_memory/">paint
job.




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This is the PC2-6400 Special Ops Urban Edition from
OCZ.



I suppose if you have a problem with tiny snipers running around in
your case, it might make sense to get these.  Or, if you are
fond of using old parts to make jewelry or something like that, it
could be pretty cool.  But, what the hell, sometimes it makes
sense just to have fun with your RAM.


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