Best way to store extra DDR2/DDR RAM

Posted on 2011-10-02
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I have about a dozen memory sticks that I stored in the case that the new memory came there a case I can buy to store many of them in, or any other type of storage device...
Question by:Daniel Fishkin
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    Accepted Solution

    I don't think anything special is required.  Maybe put them in an anti-static plastic bag.
    Kingston RAM, for example, just has a plastic box that their ram comes in.  I could be wrong, but it just looks like plastic, nothing special
    I have older ram from a workstation upgrades, I just put it into a ziplock plastic bag
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    Assisted Solution

    Actually combination of the above suggestion, I have mine in an anti-static bag my Motherboard came in and place that inside of a zip lock bag. If you're really paranoid, you can get smaller anti-staic bags for each RAM sim.

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