If you’ve been building PCs for any length of time, there’s a good chance you’ve got a least a few spare memory modules laying around. These RAM sticks allow us to keep a thousand Chrome tabs open. They are the workhorses that help your favorite PC game, video capture software, chat client, and music player coexist peacefully at the same time.
But what happens when your trusty RAM starts throwing errors and fails a MemTest x86 run? What happens when there’s a sale on electric metal grinders? What happens when you have a camera and some spare colored paper?
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