Neither set is particularly cheap. The speedier unit is tagged with an MSRP of $255, and the 1333C7D marked for $240. That said, Newegg already has the latter posted for $209.99 sans shipping -- but it's not in stock yet. Thankfully, 8GB of RAM is still impractical for the majority of us, and most outfits offer 4GB solutions that are much more wallet-friendly -- this includes Kingston with their P55-ready kits which start at about $90.
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